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Wipro and Google Cloud expand partnership to drive cloud adoption
Wipro’s industry-focused solutions, with Google Cloud technologies embedded at their core, will enable enterprises to future-proof their IT investments.
Auckland ICT Graduate School adopts AWS programme
“For tech companies to continue to grow and compete on a global stage, AWS is working to grow the skills base and cultivate the next generation."
Equinix opens its 11th IBX data center in Tokyo
Equinix is looking to extend the digital edge to accelerate Japan's technology innovation and cloud adoption.
RavenDB launches managed cloud database service
“We are excited to be launching our new RavenDB Cloud service."
How NetApp aims to dominate hybrid multicloud
"NetApp's data fabric offerings enable enterprises to seamlessly manage data across a multitude of IT infrastructures."
Cloud adoption moving businesses forward faster – McAfee
However, there is a divide between organisations who have addressed their shared responsibility for protecting data in the cloud, and those who have not.
Exclusive: Why cloud is the answer to finance woes
"The cloud allows finance professionals to consolidate disparate systems and processes and retire legacy hardware systems."
Talend extends its iPaaS to Microsoft Azure
“We are pleased to welcome Talend Cloud to Azure."
ISACA launches new resources for auditing AWS
“ISACA's AWS Audit Program provides IT audit professionals with the essentials for grasping the breadth and depth of AWS deployments."
How Red Hat aims to accelerate business value with container technologies
Red Hat announced that leading global companies are creating, extending and deploying integration services across hybrid and multicloud environments using agile integration architectures based on Red Hat technologies.
Citrix: How adoption of cloud apps is changing IT landscapes
The pursuit of agility, productivity and workforce mobility has added more systems, applications and services to the IT network of companies.
Businesses to benefit from further cloud adoption in 2019
Epicor's O’Loan believes cloud adoption in 2019 will enable the delivery of new and innovative services.
Multicloud possible liberator for APAC’s monopolising cloud market
By 2022 IDC expects the top four clouds in APAC will be the destination of choice for a whopping 70 percent of workloads.
IDC: NZ IT services market will near $4B in 2023
As cloud adoption grows with every company seeking the competitive advantage it can provide, the opportunities in IT services are expanding in kind.
Mission-critical migration just like an 'Extreme Makeover'
Virtustream's Anthony Wales discusses how cloud migration can be compared to home renovation 'reality' TV shows.
NZ’s $3.45bil IT services market fueled by competitive advantage
"With regards to cloud adoption, organisations are prioritising innovation and security over cost and scalability.”
EU cloud adoption rising, but still far from mainstream
Cloud adoption is surging among some European Union (EU) nations but it still has a way to go to becoming commonplace across the board
Opinion: Top 5 myths about cloud adoption in Asia
Dell Boomi's Asia MD says there are a number of myths holding back cloud adoption, despite it being the obvious future.
Cloud adoption: How do Australia & New Zealand stack up?
"While the cloud is now global, cultural differences will always be reflected in even small ways."
Seeing past the complexity of a cloud-based future
"Analysts such as Gartner forecast that 41% of enterprise revenue will come from digital business by 2020."
Why you should be bold with your cloud strategy
"With a comparatively slower adoption of the cloud, Australian enterprises must approach cloud migration with the agility of a start-up to truly embrace innovation."
EMEA leading global cloud adoption race – but it’s not all good news
A new report has revealed cloud adoption is rife in EMEA, but despite this, most organisations lack even the most basic security tools.
Survey: Vast majority of businesses moving VMs to cloud
Today Druva released the results of its survey to determine the state of virtualisation in the cloud, with a number of interesting findings.
You’re invited: Azure experts share cloud success secrets
For a business just wanting to do what’s necessary, it can often be difficult to cut through the noise.