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Myth-busting the open-source cloud
Open-source cloud is ready for prime time – and the enterprise, says Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Aman Neil Dokania. He explains why.
Cloud provides savings, modern learning environment for Marlborough Boys'
Marlborough Boys' College has netted savings of up to $100,000 in its first year after moving to the cloud and gained a modern learning environment.
Cloud to drive IT services spend up in 2016
Cloud is expected to drive IT services spend up in 2016, with hosting infrastructure services a key growth area for the channel.
Monash University targets 100Gb/s OpenStack cloud
Monash University has is aiming for the world's first 100Gb/s end-to-end OpenStack cloud network after a new deal with Mellanox.
Macquarie's Ninefold public cloud closing
Ninefold will close in January, citing the need for 'significant investment' in order to take the business to the next level.
Five tips for tackling cloud security concerns
Industry association CompTIA offers up five simple tips to help companies and their IT partners tackle security concerns for the move to public cloud.
Cloud migration brings automation and programmability to the forefront
"In today’s cloud environments, integration with SDN controllers and orchestration systems is not optional – it is a must have."
The apps sucking the life out of your phone
The latest report from AVG Technologies reveals what the top apps are for draining battery life on Android devices.
Compliance across the board essential, says Concur
Compliance is essential when managing finances within a business, according to Concur, who says it is impossible to manage money without it.
IBM Cloud to the rescue: Kiwi app developer jumps ship
Kiwi app developer CLOUD M has migrated its emergency alert tools and system to the IBM Cloud.
Wireless and cloud tech at the heart of connected living
"Wireless communication and cloud computing form the basis of any connected living deployment," says Sumit Kumar Pal, from TechVision.
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.
Moving from blame to predictability – Service Modelling
Director of KKC and IT Consultant, Grant Scurrah has the solution to the “blame game”.
Trend Micro helps enterprise with hybrid IT infrastructures
"Trend Micro enables organisations to operate securely on premises and in the cloud, while maintaining compliance from a centralised dashboard."
Rackspace ups its cloud security game
“Cyberattacks are the new normal for companies and represent one of the realities of doing business today.”
Leave admin drains resources: Is automation the answer?
Leave admin is becoming more complicated as regulations increase, making this area one of the most challenging aspects of workforce management.
Microsoft Azure gets some major updates
Microsoft has announced it will be advancing Azure, its intelligent cloud offering, with new solutions that cover a number of areas.
Intralinks and HP bring new data centre to Australian customers
Intralinks has teamed up with HP to offer its solutions at a new data centre in Australia, with the hopes of addressing data sovereignty concerns.
New partnership brings cloud powered WiFi to Kiwi businesses
“The more we talk about the Internet of Things, the more pertinent data analytics becomes - and the way we do business is fundamentally changing."
The virtuous cycle: The cloud drives innovation
The reach of the cloud is unprecedented in technological innovation. Service providers are seeing new business in a number of ways.
Aussie's CloudCentral chooses Brocade to aid expansion
“To keep growing in the cloud-first era of application hosting, service providers like CloudCentral must be able to scale their cloud infrastructure."
Is cloud driving the age of everything as a service?
"Strong demand for data centre and cloud services is driving the data centre construction frenzy across Asia-Pacific.”
Salesforce IoT Cloud - what does it mean for businesses?
Companies have realised the importance of frequent innovation and are able to increase the quality and speed of development with ALM and cloud.
Get your employees to do more with cloud communications
Cloud communications solutions can significantly increase employee productivity by allowing businesses to give their staff more mobile opportunities.