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Rackspace achieves AWS Financial Services Competency
The company demonstrated expertise with AWS and passed an assessment of their solutions in order to receive the designation.
Progress and AWS offering self-service Industrial IoT solution
The offering will empower R&D and innovation groups with better decision-making capabilities for IIoT proof-of-concept (POC) and pilot execution.
AWS adds new smart scheduling functionality to Alexa
The ‘Alexa Smart Scheduling Assistant’ is designed to help users schedule 1:1 meetings with multiple participants.
AWS funding bursary course to support local data centre workforce
The global giant has partnered with the Institute of Technology Tallaght in Ireland to help local talent pursue a career in technology.
Customers ditch legacy backup for Pure Storage with Cohesity’s modern approach
ohesity’s snapshot integration empowers customers to freeze the system and create a full backup of the snapshot from a specific point in time.
Kiwi startups provide IoT solution for boaties using AWS
AWS NZ country manager says cloud is reducing the barriers for Kiwi startups to innovate and make a mark on the global stage.
Is your business ready to talk chatbots?
That introduces a new criterion to how IT leaders make their choice of chatbots: observability.
DataRobot achieves AWS Financial Services Competency status
This designation recognises DataRobot for delivery of effective solutions to help financial institutions identify, model, and assess risk.
Equinix Cloud Exchange Fabric rollout reaches Australia
“As digital transformation intensifies, business possibilities have no limits and neither should an organisation's IT infrastructure.”
Cloud boom continues as giants threaten small operators
"Cloud growth in the last two quarters has been quite exceptional."
Booming cloud infrastructure market an opportunity for channel partners
Worldwide spending on cloud infrastructure services is continuing its rampant growth after surging 47% in 12 months.
SD-WAN enables a new cloud-first branch strategy
Silver Peak discuss how SD-WAN can facilitate a stronger link to cloud services for an organisations remote branch.
Five key features of Nakivo Backup & Replication v7.4
Virtualisation cloud backup company Nakivo has released version 7.4 of Backup & Replication, complete with 11 new features.
GlobalData: AWS, lower cloud adoption barriers or face being overtaken
GlobalData has released commentary reporting Amazon's days at the top of the cloud market could be numbered unless it makes some changes.
3 common mistakes companies make when adopting cloud
Cloud computing is mainstream. That’s a fact.
AWS recognises five local partners at 2018 A/NZ partner awards
The awards recognise partners who are playing a key role in helping customers remediate technical debt and drive innovation.
ioFABRIC: Surprise, your storage needs a forklift upgrade
No, I don't possess magical or mystical powers, I have simply worked in the storage industry for years.
“As revolutionary as the Internet” - Oracle CTO unveils new autonomous database
“This technology changes everything."
Deloitte strengthens AWS and cloud offerings with API Talent acquisition
Deloitte has acquired API Talent, the first New Zealand provider to qualify for AWS DevOps competency and a certified AWS MSP Partner.
Deloitte acquires API Talent to ramp up AWS cloud offerings
“We see a tremendous opportunity to help a wider group of clients automate, innovate and eliminate technical debt."
Is Microsoft opening data centres in Germany? Here’s what we know
Reports have emerged stating Microsoft to be investing more than €100 million in two data centres in Germany, but the company remains non-committal.
AWS launches image recognition AI for APAC developers
Amazon Rekognition makes it easy to add image analysis to applications, using powerful, deep learning-based image and face recognition.
Polycom brings Microsoft Teams and Alexa to ‘conference smartphone’
Polycom has expanded its capabilities with Microsoft, AWS, Zoom and Bluejeans to the Trio, the ‘smartphone for the conference room’.
Amazon Web Services strikes record deal with Taipei Government
Taipei Deputy Mayor Lin Chin-rong called the deal “an important innovative movement for Taipei and Taiwan.”