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Aussie company steps up to aid geographically dispersed companies
Enlighten states it has the overarching aim of helping businesses in all corners of the globe navigate the current situation through the implemention of Enlighten solutions to manage distributed workforces.
Unilever chooses Alibaba Cloud solutions to bring marketing game to new heights
“Alibaba Cloud’s solutions have the ability to unlock the customer insights needed, and are set to ensure Unilever continues to succeed and build brand loyalty with its customers amid a constantly evolving and complex marketplace.”
Huawei Cloud launches new offering for govt and enterprise customers
"Huawei Cloud has released the Huawei Cloud Stack, aiming to accelerate digitalisation and intelligent upgrade of government and enterprise organisations alike."
Ping Identity launches two hybrid IT focused solution packages
The solutions, Customer360 and Workforce360, enable centralised authentication services for the whole enterprise, according to Ping Identity.
Mellanox to acquire security firm Titan IC Systems
Titan IC Systems develops network intelligence technology that supports search and big data analytics across data centers worldwide.
Re-Leased makes new hire to aid global expansion
“Gabrielle’s appointment comes at a pivotal time for the company as it continues with its global expansion, including a new push into the US and Canada.”
INAP launches new Intelligent Monitoring service
The new service combined advanced monitoring software with proactive support experience, and is powered by INblue, INAP’s new cloud management and support platform.
HPE expands AI-driven operations
HPE InfoSight extends select predictive analytics and recommendation capabilities to HPE servers, enabling smarter, self-monitoring infrastructure.
Accenture: Data is king in age of disruption
To survive and thrive, companies need to make the most of their data to see trends and act quickly, just as digital disruptors do.