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Bankwest develops first third-party API for Lendi integration
The bank says it rapidly developed the API as part of its transformation to an agile operating model, with squads dedicated to the integration and the underlying technology platform.
CBNCloud launches new public cloud service for Indonesian market
As the next generation cloud platform, CBNCloud STACK has been designed to target Indonesia companies with different advantages.
Blue Prism launches new SaaS solutions, built with Thoughtonomy IP
Blue Prism has added three new Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings to its portfolio of automation solutions, and enabled the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software to be available in a new flexible consumption model.
Genesys rebrands SaaS solution, puts greater focus on cloud offering
“Through Genesys Cloud, we’re delivering Experience as a Service to make it easier for organisations to foster customer trust and loyalty."
Alibaba’s top 10 2020 tech trends
Researched by Alibaba's global research initiative, DAMO Academy.
Alibaba Cloud continues to grow customer base in APAC
Alibaba Cloud has announced diverse growth in its international customer base across APAC, indicating the adaptability of cloud technologies to meet the specific needs of different industries.
The future of digital infrastructure - Equinix
Hybrid multicloud, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, data regulation and sustainability will be key factors influencing how organizations undergo this transformation.
Virtana enhances hybrid IT infrastructure management platform
VirtualWisdom 6.3 reflects Virtana’s push into capacity management with global storage array analytics, an expanded range of integrations, and new portable reports and dashboards.
Kemp survey shows businesses struggling with application issues
The State of Application Experience (AX) report shows that in more established environments, IT professionals are finding it increasingly difficult to add new applications.
Juniper Networks brings cloud-managed SD-LAN and new CPE devices to enterprises
New enhancements bring cloud agility and scale to more parts of the enterprise network, while lowering the cost of deploying and operating SD-Branch environments.
Pegasystems adds Kubernetes support to Cloud Choice Guarantee offering
Now clients can deploy Pega with Kubernetes on AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Pivotal, and Red Hat while removing technical lock-in, according to the company.
Whitepaper: Incorporating finance insights in the digital enterprise
Most Finance teams already recognise that the business demands new types of support and their responsibilities are shifting.
AWS study claims firms can slash carbon footprint by moving to cloud
Organisations can cut their carbon footprint by 88% just by moving their on-premise data center workloads to platforms such as AWS - or at least that’s according to a new study from 451 Research, which is also sponsored by AWS itself.
Orchestrating Australia’s appetite for the cloud - Silver Peak
To successfully operate in the cloud, enterprises must execute a WAN transformation strategy capable of delivering a multiplier effect on cloud investments.
Hitachi Vantara A/NZ develops quick-start bundles for cloud deployment
The quick start solution bundles are based on standardised configurations with defined workload capacities for common use cases.
InvoCare puts Protect and Grow strategy into action with Enablis
InvoCare, the provider of funeral, cemetery, crematoria and related services has utilised Enablis to advance its ‘Project and Grow’ strategy.
Why SD-WAN and cloud make a powerful combination
SD-WAN deployment, in conjunction with a move to the cloud, can result in enhanced quality of service, reliability and monitoring for mission-critical applications.
Splunk's strategic acquisitions respond to changing customer needs
Splunk’s recent acquisitions showcase the company’s expanded focus from IT operations and security to offering a greater amount of features around microservices and cloud services.
Google Cloud acquires CloudSimple
Google Cloud has made another strategic move within the cloud sector after acquiring CloudSimple, a provider of secure, high-performance, dedicated environments that help run VMware workloads in the cloud.
Fortinet expands integration with Azure
Fortinet is expanding Fortinet Security Fabric’s dynamic-cloud security offerings with Microsoft Azure.
Compliance and cloud making SME security more complex
As compliance requirements continue to filter through the supply chain, they can come as a rude shock to a small business, says Ecosystm.
Nokia & VMware to develop integrated cloud solutions for CSPs
The two companies will develop interoperability between VMware’s Telco Cloud, VMware vCloud NFV, and Nokia software applications.
Why supply chain companies should adopt cloud-based communications
Here are 8x8’s five reasons cloud-based communications applications will improve productivity and support growth for Australian transport and logistics businesses.
Why AI is your friend when it comes to cloud migration
Modern web-scale cloud applications are simply too complex to be operated by humans alone.