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IBM launches data privacy platform for hybrid multicloud environments
The IBM z15 will enable customers to manage who can access data via policy-based controls such as encryption, cloud-native deployment, instant recovery, and data-centric privacy controls.
Cloud-based data warehousing at the heart of today’s enterprise - Snowflake
Becoming a data-centric organisation has become an aspiration and a goal for thousands of Australian enterprises.
‘Rotation Champions’ heralding the way for the future of business in China
“Chinese companies have demonstrated great determination to digitise their organisations against the current complex business environment. But to stay ahead of the competition, business leaders need to achieve disruptive growth and reinvent businesses and ecosystems.”
Businesses must start planning for the cloud-native age – New Relic
DevOps creates automation between software development and IT/operations; enabling tech teams to build, test, and distribute software quickly and more reliably.
AU firms can't provide uninterrupted access to data & services
80% of local organisations admit that they’re unable to meet demands – leading to more than $16.4 million in losses every year.
VMware's open pledge to help partners and customers make their mark
Technology is neither good nor bad, but it’s often how we shape it. Will technology shape the world we want to live in? Or will it create a world we’re afraid to live in?
New VP for Rubrik Asia Pacific & Japan
“Kamal has successfully led some of the most disruptive technology companies across Asia Pacific and we’re excited to have him join Rubrik."
NetFoundry and Technilium partner up to offer comms services to A/NZ
Together the companies will offer secure, on-demand, software defined cloud-native connectivity services to businesses. According to the companies, A/NZ businesses can utilise the solution to ‘embrace, migrate and execute’ cloud solutions.
Kenyan ICT provider first in Africa to embrace Open Compute Project
Atlancis Technologies will use OCP for its industry cloud platforms, known as Servannah.
VMware launches software-defined networking and security stack built for multi-cloud
VMware networking and security portfolio delivers more automation, compliance, visibility, and scale across the data centre, cloud, branch and edge.
Surge in uptake of VMware on AWS, survey reports
Enterprises are expressing growing interest in cloud platforms such as VMware Cloud on AWS, according to managed service provider Faction.
Splunk hands over $1.5b to acquire cloud monitoring firm
Splunk has put US$1.05 billion on the table to acquire SignalFx, a SaaS specialist in real time monitoring and metrics for cloud infrastructure.
Spark lifts earnings on the back of mobile, wireless, cloud services
The telco's continued improved performance was founded on a clear strategy with strong execution and greater customer focus.
Catalyst Cloud becomes NZ's first Kubernetes Certified Service Provider
“Given our mission to foster a strong cloud native New Zealand we are delighted to have received this additional recognition of our leadership in helping organisations adopt true cloud computing.”
Ping Identity appoints A/NZ & Japan country manager
Melbourne-based Ashley Diffey will be responsible for boosting sales, as well as customer support and services to drive demand in the region.
Microsoft to partners - 6 business opportunities in 2019
We sit down with Microsoft and work through the best opportunities for partners
SentinelOne launches next-gen server protection offering
SentinelOne has released a new next-generation server and protection offering, which is purpose-built for containers.
Limiting access key to minimising data breaches, says expert
"When a company provides only a minimum amount of access needed for the employees to fulfil their roles, the risk of wide-spread breach greatly diminishes."
The Instillery and Origin merger: Origin CEO to become Chief Sales Officer
The combined organisation will retain The Instillery brand and deliver more than $40 million in revenue with 200 staff across Aotearoa.
Auckland ICT Graduate School adopts AWS programme
“For tech companies to continue to grow and compete on a global stage, AWS is working to grow the skills base and cultivate the next generation."
Ping Identity launches private cloud identity solution
Enterprises need a dependable way for customers, employees and partners to conveniently sign-on to their services and applications.
IBM develops cloud-native offerings with Red Hat OpenShift
The new cloud-native capabilities will be available as pre-integrated solutions called IBM Cloud Paks.
Nintex bolstered by independent security report
Nintex Workflow Cloud’s security controls are up to scratch, with not one single instance where a security control wasn’t working, or not in place.
Google & VMware alliance brings more choice for mission-critical workloads
Google Cloud VMware Solution by CloudSimple will leverage VMware Cloud Foundation infrastructure that is deployed on Google Cloud Platform.