Sydney, Australia – Leading managed services provider, Brennan IT, has been announced as the winner of the Mimecast Business Partner of the Year Award at a gala awards event in Sydney on June 1.
Brennan IT is the one of Mimecast’s first Australian certified partners. Mimecast specialises in cloud-based email management for Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Office 365.
Stephen Sims, CEO, Brennan IT, said, “Cybersecurity issues are a key concern for Brennan IT’s customers, and email security is an important part of that. We’re proud to partner with Mimecast to help keep our customers’ communications safe and secure. We’re thrilled to win the Mimecast Business Partner of the Year Award. It’s another example of Brennan IT’s dedication to providing expert advice and services to our customers.”
Brennan IT focuses on delivering solutions and services tailored to the mid-market. The team provides deep local knowledge, as well as technical expertise spanning on-premise to the cloud, and everything in between.
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Sydney, Australia – Brennan IT has appointed Simon Wheeler as its new Chief Information Officer (CIO).
Simon will develop and manage Brennan IT’s internal technology strategy with a major focus on the transformation of its current IT systems and processes to automate, standardise, and implement best practices.
Stephen Sims, CEO, Brennan IT, said, “Simon brings a wealth of experience to the Brennan IT leadership team having previously been the CTO at Nine Entertainment, CIO at Bauer Media Group, and, most recently a Director at Oakton”.
This is an immensely important mandate, as Brennan IT is fully committed to transforming the business in line with its strategy of becoming Australia’s most trusted managed services provider.
Stephen Sims, said, “Simon has more than 20 years of experience in senior roles, with a strong track record as a tech leader as well as developing, recruiting, and retaining top talent. He has been successful in delivering transformational initiatives and working in complex, challenging environments.”
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