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To cloud or not to cloud – what’s the alternative?
Almost every business is constantly in evaluation mode as they are driven by cloud and mobile initiatives to explore new technologies.
Singaporean companies on the brink of cloud tipping point
Singapore is slated to reach the tipping point where the majority of enterprises will become cloud-first within the next two years.
Introducing Google’s latest addition to the toolbox – Cloud Spanner
“Cloud Spanner presents tremendous value for our customers who are retailers, manufacturers and wholesale distributors around the world.”
YOU'RE INVITED: QNAP Hybrid Tour 2017 - invaluable hands-on opportunity
QNAP is inviting AU and NZ managed service providers, resellers and pre-sales teams who are interested in gaining business in the cloud.
One of world’s largest hybrid cloud deployments makes huge savings
Snapdeal, India’s largest online marketplace, has reported incredible savings from the use of their hybrid cloud platform.
World-first SAP partner channel launching in AU to boost growth
SAP today announced a partnership with NEXTGEN, with the aim to fuel the Australian channel community’s capacity to grow in the cloud.
Rapid enterprise cloud adoption bolsters Kiwi company
This Kiwi company that helps businesses tap into cloud technologies and business analytics has experienced incredible growth.
Japan & China among desirable cloud data center locations
“Expanding data center locations across the world and into key economies has been critical in supporting multi-national customers."
Rise & shine: Indonesia wakes to dawn of the DX economy
Indonesia wakes to the dawn of the “DX economy” this year as digital transformation reaches a macroeconomic scale over the next 2-3 years, says IDC.
AWS, Microsoft, IBM and Google dominating cloud but some tier twos are fighting back
Amazon is continuing to dominate the public IaaS and PaaS space, as quarterly cloud infrastructure service revenues top US$8 billion.
Counting down to Cloud Connection Live - here’s what you could be missing
This cloud and hybrid service provider event is fast approaching and is certainly not one to be missed - here are some of the features to prepare for.
Expert insights: Why cloud architecture matters
As corporations move to the cloud, a key decision must be made – choosing the right cloud architecture. Here is why it is so important.
Microsoft's local cloud services experience huge uptake in India
Indian companies adopt Microsoft cloud in numbers and are well on their way to digital transformation, since its launch from local data centers.
YOU’RE INVITED: Cloud Expo Asia – biggest cloud industry event in Asia
Cloud Expo Asia is the biggest and best attended cloud industry event in Asia - not one to be missed, regardless of where you reside.
Snapdeal launches open-source hybrid cloud platform Snapdeal Cirrus
Snapdeal has announced the launch of its own hybrid cloud platform, Snapdeal Cirrus, powered by open source and OpenStack.
Amazon, Microsoft, IBM and Google widen gap on cloud rivals
Global reach is helping Amazon, Microsoft, IBM and Google stretch their lead in the cloud market. So who else is winning in the market?
Microsoft recommends: Three tools for increasing cloud profitability
No matter what type of partner you are, to claim a piece of that $500B pie, you need to stay up to date with cloud knowledge and tools.
Acronis announces cloud backup through Microsoft Azure at WPC 2016
Acronis has announced its new Backup Cloud Extension platform for Microsoft Azure and Azure Stack environments at the WPC conference in Toronto.
Urbanise and PICA chase cloud in 16 million dollar deal
Urbanise.com Ltd and Prudential Investment Company of Australia (PICA) have just announced their new agreement.
Cloud IT revenue skyrockets in first quarter 2016
Worldwide cloud IT infrastructure revenue has grown 3.9% to 6.6 billion on slowed demand from public cloud in the first quarter of 2016.
MASkargo ditches the mainframe, adopts cloud-based Unisys cargo management system
MASKargo, Malaysian Airlines' cargo division has switched its old mainframe system to Unisys Logistic Management System to improve operations.
Shifting to the cloud - timing is almost everything
Making commitments to a cloud transition, or cloud shift, is of course a very normal business activity - but is it the right time?
Amazon Web Services secures capacity in Hawaiki cable
Amazon Web Services has purchased capacity in the new Hawaiki submarine cable that will link New Zealand, Australia and the United States.
Choosing the right cloud provider more important now than ever before
"In order to get the most out of cloud computing, it's imperative for companies to identify which vendors and providers are the right fit for them."