On-premise news stories
93% of the IT industry will adopt cloud tech within 5 years
A new survey by Hornetsecurity has found 93% of the IT industry will adopt hybrid cloud technology within five years.
Fortify IT: How to fix Exchange server issues that just won’t die
The world learned about the Hafnium attacks on Microsoft Exchange servers last year. Since then, even more vulnerabilities have been discovered,
Effective vulnerability management in OT environments starts with asset discovery
As cyber adversaries who target industrial facilities continuously pick apart weaknesses in operational technology (OT) environments to orchestrate their attacks, the need grows by the day for enterprises to evolve their OT vulnerability management practices.
Enabling seamless transitions to the cloud
The last two years have seen unprecedented business upheaval – not just in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) but also globally.
Flipping the traditional security model on its head: taking a data-first approach to cybersecurity
As organisations become more data-driven, they store more data in on-prem and cloud stores that employees can access from anywhere with phones, tablets and laptops.
Demand for on-premise software deployment rising
90% of the 405 surveyed business and technology professionals note that on-premise software sales are rising.
Cloud use widespread but lacks depth, Contino report reveals
While just 1% of enterprises have no cloud use at all, just 13% have fully-realised, business-wide cloud adoption programmes.
SAP managed services to go on-premise with Red Hat
Through OpenShift virtualization, customers can host SAP's managed services on a secure, dedicated virtual infrastructure.
Cloudera: Training, uptake and security main challenges for the cloud
“Our customers will never be 100% cloud, they’ll always be on premise to some degree. The struggle is, how can we do both?”
Flexible consumption models the way to customer's hearts
“Several factors suggest that flexible consumption offerings for on-premises IT will continue to attract new customers and generate growing revenue for vendors and service providers."
Deutsche Bank opts with Red Hat for its hybrid cloud journey
This week at Red Hat Summit 2019 the global open source solutions provider announced a major new partnership.
Amazon Web Services / AWS
Exclusive Interview: How Sotic executed its cloud migration strategy
Founder Leo Mindel discusses the challenges his company encountered when migrating to the cloud, and the benefits they're reaping now.
Opinion: 6 steps for setting up a server room for your business
Schneider Electric's Kavita Manral discusses the modern server room and advice for setting up one for a business.
Okta announces security layer for on-prem apps
For many organisations, the present and the future will be hybrid, with mission-critical applications residing both on-premises and across multi-cloud environments.
46% of financial organisations operating traditional data centres
Much has been said of its future prominence, but in no other industry is hybrid IT more prevalent now than in the financial services industry.
Survey: IT pros nostalgic over on-prem data centre visibility
There are significant security and monitoring challenges faced by IT staff responsible for managing public and private cloud deployments.
61% of CIOs believe employees leak data maliciously
Egress conducted a survey to examine the root causes of employee-driven data breaches, their frequency, and impact.
Opinion: Moving applications between cloud and data centre
OpsRamp's Bhanu Singh discusses the process of moving legacy systems and applications to the cloud, as well as pitfalls to avoid.
NTT SG interview: Is hybrid cloud a panacea or just hype?
In this exclusive interview, NTT Singapore's Kiyoshi Matsumoto shares his thoughts on the issue of hybrid cloud and its potential future.
Migration away from on-prem data centres stalled by security
Despite the surging cloud adoption that is rife around the world, a new study has revealed there’s still a lack of understanding around security.
Data Centre Operators
Organisations wasting $100k a year hoarding useless IT hardware
Staggering new research has revealed how businesses have become paralysed by data regulations and are sucking up the costs of storing old data centre hardware rather than risk a breach.
Amazon Web Services / AWS
Korean Air to close on-premises data centre within 3 years
One of the world’s top ten airlines has declared its going all-in with cloud and shutting down its on-premises infrastructure - the first in APAC to do so.
Is the on-premises data centre really going to ‘die’?
Gartner certainly thinks so, as it expects the sheer majority of enterprises to have binned their on-premises facility by 2025.
Enterprises to begin closing their data centres
Dan Hushon predicts next year companies will begin bidding farewell (if they haven't already) to their onsite data centres.