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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."
Cloud driving infrastructure spend in 2016
Spend on server, storage and Ethernet switches for deployment in cloud environments is expected to increase by 18.9% this year.
HPE continues to dominate cloud infrastructure, but competitors close in
Dell, Cisco and EMC are closing the gap marginally on Hewlett Packard Enterprise's number one spot for cloud infrastructure sales.
HPE holds onto cloud infrastructure lead, but Cisco narrows the gap
The long-running battle between HPE and Cisco for dominance in the cloud infrastructure arena continues with both vendors seeing strong growth in Q4.
Public cloud data centres driving enterprise IT spend
Cloud IT infrastructure will account for nearly half of all enterprise IT spend by 2019 with public cloud data centre spend leading the way.
Public cloud infrastructure spend gaining strength
Public cloud is strengthening its market hold with new figures showing infrastructure spend for public cloud increasing ahead of private cloud.
Cloud IT infrastructure market booming
Asia Pacific is experiencing high growth in cloud IT infrastructure sales, with sales of server, storage and Ethernet switches up 49.9% in Q2.
IDC: Cloud IT infrastructure booming market
The good news for resellers dealing in servers, storage and Ethernet switches for cloud IT infrastructure continues.
Cloud driving server, storage and Ethernet switch sales
Infrastructure related to cloud IT is proving a hot seller, with vendor revenue jumping 25.1% year on year in the first quarter of 2015.
13 areas to cover before every cloud migration
The tech industry is NZ’s third largest export earner and fastest growing sector. NZ’s hosting and infrastructure services were worth $767m in 2013.
IDC: cloud IT infrastructure market reaches $8 billion
Worldwide cloud IT infrastructure market grew by 14.4% in the Q414 as service providers continue to expand their datacenters.