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CaaB hooks into Equinix data centers across the globe
CaaB provides a top-tier global VMware cloud infrastructure network with 13 data centers across four continents. Now Equinix hosts five of those data centers, providing more location choice for MSPs.
Dropbox invests in hosting data inside Australia
Global collaboration platform Dropbox has announced it will now host Australian customer files onshore to support its growing base in the country.
Data growth the growing case for managed colocation
The relentless growth of data could see colocation take on a new importance, says Jon Lucas.
Aruba awarded licence to sell .cloud domains in China
Aruba is looking to capitalise on the thriving digital economy in China with its continued Asia expansion.
NEXTDC makes strategic investment to drive new data centre solutions
NEXTDC has revealed its plans to accelerate its influence in the field of data-centre-as-a-service in Australia with a new senior appointment.
Ensono nearly doubles in size with data centre company acquisition
By acquiring a global hosted data centre services business, Ensono hopes to strengthen its presence in the UK and US, and establish one in India.
Wipro's data center hosting business sells for $405 million
The hosted data center business is one of the three businesses that Wipro took over when it acquired Infocrossing in 2007.
Pakistani telco inks data center hosting deal with nation's largest ATM network
“PTCL’s customer-centric strategy coupled with its modern & reliable network is the first choice for enterprises to avail one-window ICT solutions.”
Customers happy to pay premium for right cloud and hosting enhancements
There are big benefits in providing enhanced hosting and cloud services according to a new report, which found customers willing to pay 30% premiums.
Huawei helps French cloud company transform its data centers
With 65 network maintenance employees, Ikoula hosts more than 37,000 websites and maintains more than 8,000 virtual servers for its 25,000 customers.
Web Werks launches new business hosting plans for small businesses
It is the best platform for emerging companies to pick up the features and flexibility they require to help their development at a reasonable cost.
Kiwi company launches to help others do the same
This company has the goal to make it affordable for entrepreneurs to set up their own business and to give existing small businesses a boost.
Kiwi cloud company Psoda expands Australian footprint
Psoda and Macquarie Telecom have entered into a partnership that will help Psoda expand into Australia.
People, processes become focus for data centres.
As data centres rapidly evolve, the people, processes and management involved is coming under scrutiny, Gartner tells Heather Wright.
Pioneering cloud service provider, looking for new resellers
A pioneer in cloud computing, OneNet has developed into a New Zealand market leader in over a decade, and is now looking to add to its 100-plus resellers across the country.
Rackspace datacentre welcomes hybrid cloud
Launch of public cloud powered by OpenStack completes Hybrid Cloud portfolio in Australia.
Vocus to invest 'significantly' in Maxnet: CEO
$9.5 million spend on company could be just the start.
Second acquisition for Digiweb
Purchase of Digital Network Ltd continues growth for cloud provider.
Deja vu as RimuHosting takes over HostingDirect’s VPS business
Deal mirrors near-identical transaction from three years ago.
Maxnet acquired by Aussie telco for $9.5m
Vocus Communications purchases kiwi data centre & cloud company.
Case study: solving quake experts' availability challenge
Web hosting providers Webdrive provide round-the-clock reliability for EQC monitoring project.
Trees? Those are a thing of the past! Japanese manufacturer TOTO has designed a product called Reynobond with EcoClean, which will be used to construct buildings and is supposed to help get rid of smog and other pollution.
Ford phasing out cd players
Well, it’s official folks – the CD player is about to go the way of the tape and the 8-track
Hands-free like you’ve never seen it!
Researchers in Potsdam, Germany have found a way to make us even lazier – a new interface that allows you to keep your phone in your pocket or purse when answering calls