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Microsoft cloud’s MoH deal will ‘provide burgeoning opportunity’ for market
Microsoft Trusted Public Cloud services has been chosen by the Ministry of Health to advance New Zealand's electronic health service systems.
SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud the first of its kind in New Zealand
SAP announced its SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud, the first cloud service of its kind in New Zealand designed to simplify business & government IT needs.
WiseTech Global chooses Pitney Bowes tech to strengthen its logistics technology
WiseTech Global's CargoWise One supply chain and logistics network has adopted geocoding and address validation technology developed by Pitney Bowes.
Cloud pricing is a ‘race to the top’ not the bottom
Forget the 'race to the bottom', when it comes to cloud pricing, it's a race to the top with customers valuing high value services over cheap pricing.
Cloud data protection fuels explosive growth
Acronis recently reported significant momentum in its global cloud data protection business as it expands throughout APAC.
Which cloud service categories are the most popular?
With ever evolving cloud-based products, the channel continues to adapt - this is your chance to have your voice heard by distributors.
Demand for cloud security shows no signs of letting up
A rise in cloud-specific attacks is predicted to significantly propel demand for cloud security through to 2020, according to new Technavio research.
Bulletproof brings on Gandhi to help with cloud services demand
As part of the Bulletproof team, Aakash Gandhi will focus on driving the company’s growth in the cloud services market in Australia and New Zealand.
Enterprise market presents huge growth opportunity for cloud providers
"The majority of enterprises plan to increase their spending on cloud computing by as much as 50% in 2016."
Cloud security market grows, driven by SMB and data centre demand
The global cloud security market is growing at a rapid rate, fuelled by high-volume data streaming needs of organisations.
IT services are evolving. Are you?
IDC is warning the future for IT services providers is changing as APAC businesses ring up $2 billion in cloud related services in a year.
Cloud management and security driving public cloud services growth
Cloud management and security are driving public cloud services growth across the mature APac market, where 2015 spend is forecast to hit $7.4b.
SMBs on the hunt for the best cloud services
SMBs are more intent than ever on investing in cloud services, and there is a real opportunity for operators to form deeper relationships with them.
Cloud-based practice management tool released for NZ law industry
"Firm Central is the only cloud-based practice management tool in the market that integrates with essential business applications."
Interactive Intelligence launches cloud services for Kiwi enterprises
Interactive Intelligence has made its PureCloud Collaborate and PureCloud Communicate cloud services available for ANZ customers with AWS.
Revera and VMware bring greater cloud offerings to NZ
New Zealand businesses now have a gateway to the VMware vCloud Air public cloud, thanks to a partnership between Revera and VMware.
Software AG chooses AWS to deploy full cloud portfolio
Software AG will deploy its entire cloud portfolio on the Amazon Web Services cloud over the course of 2015 in an effort to simplify cloud adoption.
Finding VoIP solutions for small businesses
Voice over IP (VoIP) solutions are becoming readily available as the demand increases, but finding the right one for a small business can be difficult
Maclean Technology launches free cloud migration campaign
Maclean Technology has announced it’s ‘Free-for-Three’ campaign, which offers free migration to SmartCore for customers who commit to a three-years.
Global IT budgets hindered by ageing software
IT budgets for the coming year are not going to be breaking any world records. IT pros will need to adjust their tech buying habits due to budget cons