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Y Soft announces cloud-based print management services
The two new solutions provide solutions for either enterprise or SMB scale organisations looking to take print management off-premise.
Interview: ACE Training execs discuss how to capitalise on NZ's new data centre region
Microsoft's bombshell announcement last month to build a data centre region in New Zealand made waves with the country's enterprises. Graham Dwyer and Ray Deklerk discuss the wider implications and benefits.
Commvault partners with Microsoft to deliver SaaS and cloud technology
“Today’s announcement combines two of the best enterprise cloud technologies to simplify and accelerate a customer’s journey to the cloud."
Australian Department of Defence selects Microsoft Azure for new ERP platform
“ERP will modernise, integrate and transform Defence’s approach to managing its finances, human resources, logistics, engineering, maintenance and estate."
SAS and Microsoft form strategic partnership
SAS’ AI and analytics more tightly integrate with Microsoft Azure; Microsoft to bring cloud-based SAS industry solutions to its customers.
LMS365 deploys new UK & Germany data centres
LMS365 will leverage the new data centres, running Microsoft Azure, to provide a learning platform that supports the data and compliance requirements within these local regions.
Nintex announces availability of Workflow Cloud in A/NZ
Nintex Workflow Cloud can now be used in Australia in New Zealand, Nintex announced today, via a Microsoft Azure data centre in Victoria, Australia.
Radware extends cloud protection, adds multi-cloud support
It has also improved its attack detection engine to detect cloud native attack vectors and added a new attack simulation tool.
Cloud-based products 'outshining' traditional IT offerings in APAC
“Key verticals like banking and financial, healthcare and manufacturing sectors are witnessing a surge in demand for cloud computing-based solutions, owing to features like remote data storage capabilities and provisioning of privileges for hosted applications.”
TIBCO adds support for Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services
“TIBCO has leveraged the power of Azure Cognitive Services to give customers even greater flexibility when deploying AI solutions - from performing equipment asset management and analysing functionality, to identifying anomalous data points and alerting a case manager.”
Microsoft partners with Workday to prioritise enterprise planning in the cloud
"As businesses adjust and adapt to changing business environments, the need for real-time planning capabilities is accelerating."
New report praises Oracle’s multi-cloud capabilities
“Omdia believes that Oracle … is increasingly becoming an influential enterprise-class cloud provider,” the report states.
Over half of IT pros prefer hybrid and multi-cloud architectures - report
Denodo surveyed executives from over 250 organisations on their attitudes toward cloud, the challenges it presents, and the way in which it has changed workflows within organisations.
Hong Kong's Team Hollo takes out 2020 Microsoft Imagine Cup
What is the connection between mental health and machine learning? Those answers and more came to light at this year’s Microsoft Imagine Cup digital event this month.
ASC launches Microsoft Teams communication recording app
ASC’s Recording Insights app integrates into Teams and enables online videos and chats to be recorded and archived, while meeting market requirements and ensuring complete compatibility with Microsoft’s service.
Software AG iPaaS to assist with move to Microsoft Azure
“Integration plays a huge role in defining a company’s success, therefore quick and easy access to critical information and applications will define the cloud era."
Cloud tech inspires Kiwi supply chain firm to keep the world moving
It can be surreal to think technology can play a major role in helping organisations go global, but you don’t have to look far to find Kiwi companies that swear it’s true.
More in store for NZ data centre landscape after Microsoft investment
The country’s successful fight against COVID-19, and its status as a ‘standout nation’ as characterised by the Fletcher School’s Digital Evolution Index, means New Zealand remains an ‘attractive market’ for continued investment, according to GlobalData.
Redis Enterprise to launch as managed service on Azure Cache
The new service offering will provide Redis for Azure customers’ mission-critical workloads through enterprise-grade functionality.
NVIDIA unveils its first GPU featuring Ampere architecture
The NVIDIA A100 GPU boasts up to 20 times more power than its predecessors, boosting throughput for data centres as demand for data surges.
Microsoft acquires Metaswitch, affirming investment in telcos
The acquisition affirms Microsoft’s significant investment in 5G technology – the announcement comes only weeks after the tech giant revealed its plans to buy Affirmed Networks, a company with a focus on 5G and edge computing.
Dell announces suite of open-source networking solutions using SONiC
The solutions, jointly known as Enterprise SONiC Distribution by Dell Technologies, builds on the open-source project SONiC, which was headed by Microsoft.
ASC launches compliance recording solution for Teams
Records, transcribes and analyses all communications through MS Team to ensure compliance, storing it all in the cloud.
Microsoft unveils preview of its Azure VMware Solution
The solution, which allows VMware workloads to run on Azure natively, was initially announced in April 2019.