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HP winner in better than expected Q3 PC market
The traditional PC market has clocked a better than expected result Q3, with HP logging a ‘notable’ growth thanks to big wins in Asia Pacific.
Former Dell exec leads new company on data center transformation mission
"Faced with exploding complexity and scale, they can no longer do their jobs without intelligent automation technology.”
Public cloud demand driving server, storage and switch sales
Dell and HPE have lost ground in the cloud IT infrastructure market as Huawei, NetApp and Inspur surge, albeit from smaller bases.
Data centre infrastructure build-outs see big server growth
Server sales across Asia Pacific are booming on the back of data centre infrastructure build outs.
Consumer, enterprise and public sector fuel Aussie PC spend
Australia’s traditional PC market has bucked the global trend to record growth in Q2, driven by strong consumer, enterprise and public sector spend.
Nutanix helps hospital migrate from four data centres to one
“In a hospital environment, any cost savings made in areas such as IT are then available to be invested back into patient care."
Indian PC market hits all-time low on back of GST implementation
Traditional PC shipments in India have slumped nearly 19% quarter on quarter to an all-time low on the back of the recent GST implementation, IDC says
Red Hat & Microsoft on a mission to simplify container adoption for enterprises
Microsoft and Red Hat are extending their alliance with two new initiatives aimed at supporting enterprises in their adoption of containers.
Exclusive interview: The Kiwi cloud company in a dying trade
“They are going to try to take our business from us like we’ve taken business from traditional IT support.”
Dell Boomi announces launch of Australian-based cloud services
Local deployment options for MDM, iPaaS are a key component of Dell Boomi’s APJ expansion strategy as it extends beyond Australia and New Zealand.
Traditional PC market declines but fares better than expected
Worldwide shipments of traditional PCs declined in the first quarter of 2017, but surprisingly the figures are more positive than expected.
Dell expands desktop virtualization offerings with new thin client solutions
“Organizations today are looking for ease and flexibility in their IT solutions and desktop virtualization is no exception."
Tesserent & Telstra forge telco channel angle for SMB security
Managed security service provider Tesserent launched what it calls the first step to providing a fully managed SMB service through a telco partner.
Dell's 'Legacy of Good' plan underscores commitment to team, society & environment
"Our people are the reason the Dell 2020 vision is becoming a reality. We say a huge thank you to our local team for everything they’ve achieved."
Ingram Micro provides huge opportunity for resellers to upgrade clients
Ingram Micro has revealed a golden opportunity for New Zealand resellers, centred around Intel’s new 7th Generation Kaby Lake processors.
Q&A with Michael Dell: Software-defined data centers, PCs & the future of IT
If we look ahead - I can see a couple of things happening. The first is that the software defined data center will become the de facto standard.
Dell and Intel partner with Qantas to offer incentive for tech and travel
For every dollar they spend on Dell business Technology solutions through the Dell for Work online store, members will earn one Qantas Point.
Hello Alice: An AI-based virtual advisor for women entrepreneurs
The current start-up ecosystem continues to cycle resources among a very small percentage of well-connected entrepreneurs, making it difficult for les
Dell survey: Australians better than most about sharing confidential information
"When security becomes a case-by-case judgement call being made by the individual employee, there is no consistency or efficacy."
Security amongst top priorities for Asian & ANZ firms
Southeast Asian organisations rank employee device security and customer experience as top priorities when it comes to workplace transformation.
Crucial A/NZ compares servers to find most cost efficient
What is the impact of adding hardware to an OEM server? This is the question that motivated Crucial’s comparison.
Rapid customer adoption and a fresh perspective for Datos IO
Smails previously served as the vice president of product marketing for Dell EMC’s $17 billion+ portfolio of storage and data protection products.
Edge analytics – the pros and cons of immediate, local insight
In a few years there will be an additional 15 to 40 billion devices generating data from the edge vs. what we have today. That brings new challenges.
Dell leads external storage; hyperscale data centers, all-flash drive overall market
Dell holds a big lead of the declining external enterprise storage systems market, but which storage segments are growing - and who's winning in them?