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Expert provides vital security tips for cloud-connected businesses
A technologist from Node4 shares his insights on the rise of cybercrime and the basic questions businesses need to answer to protect themselves.
Businesses losing huge revenue due to lack of cloud expertise
A new study from Rackspace has found that big businesses are losing around US$258m a year because of a lack of cloud expertise.
API Talent gains AWS MSP partner status
The AWS Managed Service Partner programme independently assesses a provider’s ability to set up, migrate and manage cloud infrastructure.
GÉANT partners with Microsoft to enable Azure for European research
The end-goal, according to GÉANT, is to make powerful cloud computing environments more accessible to the research and education communities.
Regulation a ‘major step forward for EU’s cloud industry’
Cloud infrastructure providers have given the thumbs up to the proposed regulation from the European Commission on the ‘Free Flow of Data' in the EU.
Teraco commits to boosting Africa’s Internet infrastructure
The provider of cloud & vendor neutral data environments in South Africa will be providing colocation infrastructure to all 13 global root operators.
Dell EMC to power cloud infrastructure and HPC for eRSA
TANGO replaces eRSA's previous HPC solution, Tizard.
SwiftStack's 4 steps to moving enterprise data to the cloud
The benefits of cloud storage are obvious, but large data volumes can present significant challenges - SwiftStack have provided some simple steps.
EU a hive of opportunity – two more data centres opened in Europe
OVH and Rackspace have opened data centres in London and Frankfurt respectively, with the former saying Brexit hasn't harmed the tech industry.
AWS, Microsoft and Google extend cloud dominance
The top four hyperscale players continue to pull away from the chasing pack in the cloud infrastructure services market - with two doubling revenue.
Cloud infrastructure services skyrocket 47% - AI to be big future player
The global cloud infrastructure services market continued its rampant growth in Q2 2017, surging 47 percent year-on-year to reach US$14 billion.
IBM expands global presence with two new data centres in London
IBM has expanded its global presence with four new IBM Cloud data centres – two in London, one in San Jose and one in Sydney.
IDC report highlights changing IT spending patterns
IDC's latest Cloud IT Infrastructure Tracker highlights the changing face of IT investments.
Rebounding storage market pulls cloud IT infrastructure market up
A strong rebound in storage sales for the cloud IT market has driven growth in overall cloud IT infrastructure in Q1, as traditional sales decline.
How to be successful with multi-cloud management strategies
Gartner statistics show that public cloud spending exceeded $5 billion last year. With that in mind, how do you fit multi-cloud with your IT strategy?
AWS, Microsoft and Google surge in cloud as channel role increases
The big three cloud players continue to clock big growth -with Microsoft up 93% yoy in Q1 - as they look increasingly to the channel.
Global cloud provider OVH chooses Melbourne to launch APAC headquarters
Following the recent opening of data centres in Australia and Singapore, OVH has launched its APAC regional headquarters in Melbourne.
Breaking down cloud computing and its nuances - Gartner
Cloud computing is often thought of as one technology, but organisations should consider which type of cloud computing is the most effective.
Bumper growth for Amazon competitors no threat to AWS dominance
Microsoft, Google and IBM may have posted 80%-plus growth, but they're still a long way from challenging market leader AWS.
Huawei outlines cloud strategy for the Pacific Islands - including new partnership
Huawei recently announced its cloud strategy to help telecom operators and governments drive digital transformation in the Pacific Islands.
IDC: Worldwide cloud IT infrastructure spend jumps almost 10% in 2016
Vendor revenue from sales of infrastructure products for cloud IT grew to $32.6 billion in 2016, with Japan leading the way and APAC above average.
China gets new cloud company with Wanda, IBM agreement
The agreement is designed to answer China’s growing demand for cloud computing and cognitive capabilities in the Chinese market
Dell EMC muscles in on cloud infrastructure leaders HPE and Cisco
Dell’s merger with EMC has seen it jump to the top of the cloud infrastructure market to share a three way tie with HPE and Cisco.
Curing security alert fatigue while still protecting your cloud infrastructure
Unfortunately, IT professionals can’t easily determine what class of alert the messages represent until they’ve examined them.