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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.
Cohesity appoints Cathy Conroy as Asia Pacific head of alliances
Conroy will be based out of Brisbane as she facilitates rapid organisational growth through the ongoing recruitment and management of an ever-increasing cohort of cloud, storage, and software partners.
SoftwareONE completes strategic acquisition of BNW Consulting
SoftwareONE Holding AG has announced that it has acquired BNW Consulting, and states the strategic decision will enable the company to extend its SAP capabilities on public cloud hyperscalers.
Big data, security are key investment areas for pharma industry
The pharmaceutical industry is looking towards big data, blockchain, cloud computing and cybersecurity as its four major investment areas.
VMware releases new IoT platform capabilities
VMware’s Pulse IoT Center is going through an evolution – one that the company says will help advance its customers’ digital transformation at the edge.
Australia’s digital transformation: Can’t sweat it? Don’t sweat it
What may have seemed a short-term benefit may soon change: a monthly subscription from a public cloud provider may suddenly turn to bill shock after the realisation that it can’t be turned off.
AWS to launch new infrastructure region in Spain
The AWS Europe (Spain) Region is expected to open late 2022 or 2023 and will consist of three Availability Zones at launch.
'Turn data into doing': Splunk announces updates to Data-to-Everything platform
Over the last two weeks, Splunk has made several announcements around its Data-to-Everything platform including additions to IT security and operations.
How cloud technologies are shaping the data-driven contact centre
According to a global Ecosystm cloud study, more than half (53%) of organisations have increased work processes and efficiency as a result of using the cloud.
Commvault launches Metallic, a next generation SaaS venture
With Metallic, Commvault proposes that customers are able to protect their on-premises, cloud-based, and hybrid file and application data with the SaaS solution.
IBM announces z15 with new data privacy capabilities
The IBM z15 is a new enterprise platform delivering the ability to manage the privacy of customer data across hybrid multicloud environments.
Automation Anywhere makes significant step for global RPA
Automation Anywhere has launched its AI-backed RPA-as-a-Service digital workforce platform, that is entirely web based and cloud native.
Drones and tech could help save quokka from extinction
“A scat drone has a little probe attached to it for DNA analysis. It can go and look for scat samples around the island, and analyse them in real-time for us."
Enterprises missing out on benefits of cloud, research finds
"There is significant scope for companies to fully realise all the benefits offered by the cloud."
In-depth multi-cloud monitoring banishes blind spots
AI-driven monitoring and IT automation can help drive down the mean time to address issues across all cloud environments, which means IT teams are much more productive.