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Cloud services to watch in 2017
There have been so many “as-a-service” offerings coming to the market that it is difficult to keep up.
Singapore: An 'untapped' opportunity for cloud providers
“To improve cloud adoption, cloud service providers must simplify how they articulate the benefits of their cloud services to Singapore businesses."
NTT Com, NTT Data, Intel & Pivotal collaborate on cloud-native solutions for enterprises
NTT Communications (NTT Com), NTT Data, Intel and Pivotal will work together with Intel to bring cloud-native solutions to enterprises.
21Vianet & Warburg Pincus target Chinese data center real estate market
21Vianet's new deal with a private equity firm will give the company deeper access into the data center real estate market.
Hello ‘Lucidity’: MHA Cloud Computing unveils all-new rebrand
Designed to position the company for strong future growth, the new name is to promote being ‘free from obscurity and easy to understand’.
Nimble Storage develops CSP partner program to catch cloud's 'competitive edge'
Nimble Storage's services have expanded to include new features for cloud service providers (CSPs), and a new CSP partner program.
Rackspace brings new cloud applications services on board Microsoft Azure
Rackspace is bringing more of its services to Microsoft Azure, with the release of new Managed Application Services to the platform.
Frost & Sullivan names CITIC Telecom 'Cloud Provider of the Year'
CITIC Telecom International has received Frost & Sullivan Taiwan's 2016 Cloud Service Provider of the Year award, recognising its efforts in cloud.
Gartner: Australian businesses are coming to terms with managing identities in digital business
What are the latest identity and access management (IAM) trends driven by digital business this year and how are Australian businesses responding?
Public cloud services spend set to double, reaching $195 billion
About 1/2 of new business software purchases will be service-enabled software, & cloud software will constitute more than a 1/4 of all software sold.
Sureline Systems & Hixardt Tech combine data centers & cloud services
Sureline Systems, a data center solutions provider, is launching a new cloud service package in partnership with Hixardt Technologies.
Cloud service provider Oper8 awarded Brocade Network Partner status
Brocade and Oper8 have partnered to create a reseller relationship that will bring cloud service delivery and a pay-per-usage model to the ANZ region.
Fast track your company to digital transformation with Fujitsu
In order to ensure its customers are embracing digital transformation, Fujitsu have developed Digital Business Platform MetArc
IT spending and cloud shift in 2020: What you need to know
Within the next five years, “Cloud Shift” will affect more than $1 trillion in IT spending, says Gartner.
ipSCAPE & telkomtelstra partnership to boost Indonesian market reach
A channel partnership between Australian cloud contact centre provider ipSCAPE and Indonesia's telkomtelstra will bring 'significant' opportunities.
Are you spending too much with your cloud provider?
Cloud-based Windows or a Linux server can cost approximately $1 per hour and even after a year the cost of that server is less than $9,000.
Microsoft cloud’s MoH deal will ‘provide burgeoning opportunity’ for market
Microsoft Trusted Public Cloud services has been chosen by the Ministry of Health to advance New Zealand's electronic health service systems.
SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud the first of its kind in New Zealand
SAP announced its SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud, the first cloud service of its kind in New Zealand designed to simplify business & government IT needs.
WiseTech Global chooses Pitney Bowes tech to strengthen its logistics technology
WiseTech Global's CargoWise One supply chain and logistics network has adopted geocoding and address validation technology developed by Pitney Bowes.
Cloud pricing is a ‘race to the top’ not the bottom
Forget the 'race to the bottom', when it comes to cloud pricing, it's a race to the top with customers valuing high value services over cheap pricing.
Cloud data protection fuels explosive growth
Acronis recently reported significant momentum in its global cloud data protection business as it expands throughout APAC.
Which cloud service categories are the most popular?
With ever evolving cloud-based products, the channel continues to adapt - this is your chance to have your voice heard by distributors.
Demand for cloud security shows no signs of letting up
A rise in cloud-specific attacks is predicted to significantly propel demand for cloud security through to 2020, according to new Technavio research.
Bulletproof brings on Gandhi to help with cloud services demand
As part of the Bulletproof team, Aakash Gandhi will focus on driving the company’s growth in the cloud services market in Australia and New Zealand.