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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.
APAC providing 40.1% of space for colocation; consolidation ahead
Colocation revenues, and square footage, are climbing with APAC now accounting for 40.1% of global colocation space - but there's consolidation ahead.
VMWare, Cisco and Microsoft top of list as enterprises spend up on SDI
Enterprises are upping their spend on software defined infrastructure this year with VMware, Cisco and Microsoft top of the list as go-to-vendors.
Converged infrastructure spend on the rise, Cisco benefiting
“Vendors will not benefit equally from spending allocations in 2016.”
2016 ‘hotbed’ of M&A activity predicted – so who’s buying who?
2016 is shaping up to be a hotbed of activity for mergers and acquisition in 2016, according to 451 Research. So who's buying who?
Healthy storage spending in 2016, study finds
“IT managers are recognising the need for storage transformation to meet the realities of the new digital economy."
The three trends set to disrupt software in enterprise
While legacy market participants feel they have the digital assets they need, many lack imagination to spot where the next disruption is coming from.
Key trends for Internet of Things for 2016
While the IoT has reached an all-time high of hype and hyperbole, more and more organisations plan to deploy IoT technologies in the coming year.
Mobile application demands affecting IT departments
New research suggests enterprises are increasingly expecting IT departments to carry the bulk of the workload developing bespoke mobile applications.
Apple Watch proving popular with users, new research finds
“The range of features on the device and its frequent usage among owners pose a clear threat to health and fitness monitors and traditional watches."
IT departments ill-equipped to meet the demand for mobile apps
"There is strong demand for new mobile apps, and companies are broadening their focus beyond core processes and application silos."