Viatek unleashes the power of technology to help businesses grow and thrive in the digital economy. Established in 1984 and proudly Australian owned, we are committed to providing innovative solutions across IT, communications and print to help our customers maximise business productivity and drive down costs. With over 400 employees, across 23 locations Australia-wide, we have the local knowledge and breadth of expertise to deliver wherever our customers are, at whatever stage of their technological journey.

Why Partner with Viatek?

Agile:
We’re large enough to compete, small enough to be agile. We have the experience and expertise to bring you enterprise-grade solutions without the associated cost and complexities.

23 locations across Australia:
With both a regional and metro presence, we are on the ground understanding your business and community.

Cloud Credentials:
Privately owned data centres in Sydney and Melbourne plus seamless connectivity through to the public cloud.

In-House Technical Expertise:
Leverage our 24/7, Australian based, level 1, 2 & 3 service desk support as well as our PMO and application development team.

Viatek CTO, Naran McClung breaks down the components of Viatek’s software-defined approach and explains how we help customers be more agile, responsive and transparent.

 

 

 

 

Viatek has invested heavily in an approach that places the customer firmly at the centre of everything we do. While that might not seem unique on the surface, we believe the way in which we do it is. Our investments in software-defined technologies and skills allow Viatek to lift the control plane. Lifting the control plane means elevating the management of complex infrastructure within the software, resulting in greater agility, responsiveness and transparency for the customer.

We help businesses accelerate their digital transformation strategies with:

Network:
Our software-defined network (SDN), connecting 80+ data centres nationally and delivering cloud via an on-demand model

Viatek Cloud:
Powered by HPe hyper-converged technology, software-defined computer, storage, visualisation and networking.

Azure:
Software-defined by definition, a hyper-Scale resource available for those services and workloads best served.

Threat Defence:
Expert 24/7 service meets ‘machine-learning’ powered Incident Detection & Response plus Vulnerability Management.