Acronis launches data centre in Auckland
It is the first of 111 planned new data centres globally, allowing for the benefits of data localisation, including regional data sovereignty.
Yotta and Blue IoT partner up, with asset management solutions a key focus
ANZ Bank named winner of Red Hat awards for APAC region
IBM Planning Analytics event: A demonstration of the solution's new capabilities
HPE awarded $160 million contract to build supercomputer in Finland
Why network monitoring and visibility are key to 5G success
Lessons from digital transformation leaders in APAC and the critical role of observability
Oracle named ‘Leader’ in IDC cloud data analytics MarketScape
The company was recognised for the ability to accelerate customers’ movement to a cloud data analytic platform and bring data together into a trusted source.
How to defeat software sprawl with efficient document management tech
Software sprawl can happen when licenses for certain software are overlapped, often throughout departments within the same enterprise - meaning these companies can end up spending more money than they need to.
Segment launches platform updates focusing on improving customer experience
"We're committed to helping companies access good data, so they can drive business growth and unlock the future of personalised experiences.”
ASF celebrates open source community as software turns 20
"OpenOffice is more than just software. It's a great community that I'm glad to be a part of."
Cloud telephony 101: The business case to replace on-prem phone systems
A growing number of organisations are using Microsoft Teams for cloud telephony, fully replacing legacy on-premises phone systems. Here are the benefits.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Denodo?
Techday caught up with Denodo chief marketing officer Ravi Shankar, who discusses the ins and outs of data virtualisation, how it differs from other big data solutions, and its presence in the A/NZ region.
Legacy systems left in the dust as enterprises turn to the three Cs of modern work
With fundamental changes in the nature of the modern workplace, cloud is the obvious choice for providing a flexible work environment.
Forrester names Pega ‘Leader’ in interaction management
Received top scores in 2/3 high-level categories – current offering and strategy – as well as the highest score possible in 25 of 30 criteria.
IDC’s 10 IT trends for 2021 and beyond
65% of global GDP will be digitalised by 2022, driving $6.8 trillion of IT spending from 2020 to 2023.
Open Compute Foundation certifies first China data center as OCP Ready
Chayora Limited develops and operates data center campuses in China, including the TJ1 facility that serves the Greater Beijing region in Tianjin.
Sabre looks to disrupt travel industry with new offering powered by Google's AI
"We are combining Google Cloud’s infrastructure, AI and machine-learning capabilities with Sabre’s deep travel domain knowledge to create, not next, but third-generation solutions."
Interview: How iText adapts to the evolution of open source & PDF
“We are unique in the way that we have not built in any limitations to the capabilities of our open source technology when compared to our commercial offering.”
Why embedded analytics is critical for APAC businesses
sing Embedded analytics is a great way to make sure that everyone in your organisation is following the same process and making smarter data-driven decisions.
One in four Kiwis looking to upskill to boost employability
The nation may be in the middle of a coronavirus skills boom.
IBM expands SAP capabilities for cloud
With new services, partnerships and certifications IBM aims to capitalise on the mass-movement to cloud.
IDC survey: Nearly 1/3 of data-ransomed businesses pay up
A Rubrik-commissioned A/NZ survey by IDC finds that despite only 6% saying they would pay ransomware attackers, the reality is quite different.
Open source skills in hot demand despite economic uncertainty
"2020 has been a difficult year for all of us, but it's encouraging to see that open source continues to provide abundant opportunities," says Linux Foundation's Jim Zemlin.
Microsoft’s Azure Space – Cloud above the clouds
The company has hired a team to build cloud capabilities that meet the unique needs of space.
OpenStack Foundation rebrands with new mission to support open source
The Open Infrastructure Foundation (OIF) will focus on supporting and advancing open source as requirements for compute, networking, and storage evolve.
blueAPACHE extends HPE strategic partnership with IaaS platform offering
"HPE technology has underpinned our emPOWER Cloud since launching in 2010, and I am very excited about the capabilities that our renewed partnership will bring moving forward.”
Verizon launches international private 5G platform
Delivered in partnership with Nokia, the offering will enable businesses to deploy a private industrial grade dedicated 5G network capability within their premises.
TNS launches new retailer-focused secure SD-WAN offering
Transaction Network Services (TNS) has launched its new TNS Secure SD-WAN offering in partnership with Fortinet, the enterprise security provider.
NFV: The ticket to stronger, simpler corporate networks
It's a big industry - but what exactly is NFV?
Huawei launches latest productivity tool to NZ enterprise market
"We believe that IdeaHub will help define the next generation of smart office equipment that will enhance our ability to work together from any location and drive our productivity.”
Next.js React framework updated to deliver modern web experience
Vercel developed the updated Next.js version in collaboration with more than 1300 open source contributors, as well as partners including Facebook and Google.
Dell Technologies expands as-a-Service capabilities
"We are building upon our long history of offering on-demand technology with this initiative."
IDC: Google a ‘Leader’ in cloud data analytics
IDC MarketScape notes that Google Cloud is built for cloud native agile and outcome-based digital innovation and product development.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is LogRhythm?
LogRhythm VP of sales for Asia Pacific Simon Howe, who discusses the company's primary offerings and services, what products the company is focused on for the future, and the infrastructure it has in the A/NZ market.
The 5G network emulation solution that accelerates device workflow
Here's how to streamline your workflow across test domains including protocol, radio frequency (RF)/radio resource management, and functional and performance testing.
How a major gas firm keeps onshore and offshore staff connected with LoopUp
With almost 2000 staff and many offices around the world, GasLog needed a reliable calling solution. Here’s how it uses LoopUp & Microsoft Teams to keep everyone connected - no matter where in the world they are.
Analysts note SolarWinds’ share of IT ops management market
Ranked 1st by IDC for network management software market share – 2nd, 3rd and 4th by Gartner across ITOM performance analysis categories by revenue.
By 2025, half of all work tasks will be handled by machines
A robot revolution would create 97 million jobs worldwide but destroy almost as many.
Motorola to launch smart, rugged personal radio
The MXP600 TETRA radio includes intelligent mic and speaker management for noisy environments and a connected app for flexible comms.
Enterprises' data generation efficiency creates 'data gravity' problem
Enterprises are now data powerhouses, but they risk crumbling under the weight of 'data gravity'. But what is data gravity, and how do you break free? Find out more here.
FreedomFi launches 5G gateway based on open source software
The x86 network appliance enables users to build a private LTE or 5G network, through the use of small cell radios and open source software.
Microsoft, Verizon join forces to accelerate delivery of 5G applications
“By bringing together Verizon’s 5G network and on-site 5G Edge platform with Microsoft’s expertise in cloud services, we will enable the development of the next generation technologies everyone has been envisioning.”
UiPath and eSentire bring hyperautomation to Microsoft Security
UiPath and eSentire have announced a strategic partnership to deliver end-to-end security policy automation across multiple Microsoft Security services.
ANZ marketers have data and analytics challenges to overcome
Marketers across the region are facing a rapidly evolving growth mandate.
How 'data gravity' centres can spell trouble for enterprises
In the not-too-distant past, data was created in a much more centralised place, and users and systems had far less access to it. Now, with digital data from social, analytics, mobile, cloud, IoT and more being created with both simultaneity and omnipresence, so much information is being collected that it’s forming a ‘centre of gravity’.
Cognizant invests in IIoT with Bright Wolf acquisition
“Companies are increasingly embracing IIoT, and Bright Wolf’s team of senior IIoT architects have delivered the business value others have struggled to achieve. We look forward to this talented team joining Cognizant.”
SOC as a Service: Fortinet’s answer to today’s network challenges
Jon McGettigan, Fortinet A/NZ Regional Director, explains how SOC as a Service can back up your current SOC team, fast-track deployments and ensure regulatory compliance.
Kiwis dont care enough about cybersecurity
New Zealanders are not adjusting their behaviours around cybersecurity fast enough.