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Server market sees slowest growth in eight quarters
Dell ranked No.1 in vendor revenue share, followed by HPE, Inspur, Lenovo, Cisco, Huawei, and IBM.
MOVUS and Denver team up to solve the connected assets challenge
“This partnership is already helping our joint clients embark on a “connected assets” journey."
The highest honours at the Hi-Tech Awards
A record-breaking crowd of close to 1100 attended the awards dinner, held to celebrate the successes of New Zealand hi-tech companies.
Huawei and IBM rank top in new cloud market analysis
360Quadrants has released a managed services report that also names Atos and Accenture as leaders in its new managed services report.
14 partner and customer reactions to Red Hat's Enterprise Linux 8 announcement
We round up reactions to the Red Hat’s new hybrid cloud focused operating system release.
IBM supports Lenovo Data Center Group with blockchain-powered customer service
Lenovo Data Center Group will now leverage IBM's blockchain and cognitive services to improve its customer care.
Organisations not testing incident response plans – IBM Security
Failure to test can leave organisations less prepared to effectively manage the complex processes and coordination that must take place in the wake of an attack.
Veritas NetBackup now available in IBM Marketplace
“Throughout our 10-year collaboration, Veritas and IBM have built data management and unified data protection solutions to help accelerate data transformation and migration."
IBM to roll out P-TECH training programme in NZ schools
“At IBM we’re acutely aware of the urgent need for technical skills and P-TECH is very much in line with the needs of New Zealand employers."
Dell and HPE dominate in declining India server market
IDC has released its latest findings surrounding India’s server market – and the news isn’t great for the market as it has fallen significantly.
Global server market maintains healthy growth in Q4 2018
New data from Gartner reveals that while there was growth in the market as a whole, some of the big vendors actually declined.
Gartner: iPaaS model “simply not profitable”
It predicts that up to two-thirds of the existing integration platform as a service vendors will be acquired or exited in the next four years.
How IBM’s acquisition of Red Hat could impact your business
The acquisition is pending regulatory approval, but IBM expects the deal to close in the second half of 2019.
IBM X-Force Red & Qualys introduce automated patching
IBM X-Force Red and Qualys are declaring a war on unpatched systems, and they believe automation is the answer.
HCL and IBM collaborate to encourage global hybrid cloud uptake
HCL announced a collaboration with IBM designed to help advance the hybrid cloud journeys of organisations worldwide.
Hyundai works with IBM to create a new blockchain-based platform
The network for commercial financing will supposedly provide participants with a single view of all the transactions happening in the network.
IBM opens up Watson to run on anything, anywhere
Big Blue has made Watson portable across any cloud with the goal to empower businesses to prevent vendor lock-in and start deploying AI wherever their data resides.
IBM’s Project Debater unable to out-debate human
At this incredible display of technology, the result was remarkably close but the human managed to pip the machine in this instance.
IBM invests in the next generation of AI
IBM plans to invest over US$2 billion to grow its high-tech footprint.
IBM wins multi-million dollar cloud deal
The ‘Big Blue’ has secured a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract with Smart Energy Water (SEW).
Could a boom in AI patents point to a ‘quantum leap' in tech?
The upsurge in patent applications for devices and machines powered by AI in the last five years, suggests that it could soon revolutionise all areas of daily life.
IBM keeping the AU$11 billion metro tunnel on track
“As other major infrastructure programs come online around Australia, this continuous engineering approach is becoming the de facto standard.”
Veeam expands cloud data management capabilities for IBM, AWS and Azure
The new capabilities supposedly deliver cost-effective data retention, easy cloud migration and data mobility.
Endace joins IBM Security app exchange community
EndaceProbe Network Analytics Platform captures, indexes, and stores network traffic while hosting a variety of network security and performance monitoring applications.