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MacTel works with mental health not-for-profit Open Minds
Macquarie Telecom will provide critical mobile, voice, NBN and SD-WAN services to mental health and disability support for not-for-profit organisation Open Minds.
Six Degrees accepted on YPO’s Data Centres, Maintenance, Cloud Hosting, and Security framework
This will allow Six Degrees to offer more connectivity services such as cloud, colocation, data security and networks to UK public sector organisations.
Unisys named as leader in cloud and data center services
Information Services Group (ISG) has named Unisys as one of the global leaders in cloud and data center services.
Managed services integral to firms' move to cloud, report suggests
New skill sets will be required for architecture applications such as optimised workload migration, integration, and operations. This is where managed and professional services will fill the gaps.
Outsourcing market hits record high, despite sluggish growth in A/NZ
The outsourcing market in Asia Pacific has hit a new record, with the managed services segment experiencing its best quarter in five years.
Hyve announce G-Cloud 11 accreditation for increased range of managed services
Hyve has also been recertified for three key ISO standards, covering security, quality management and cloud services.
SecOps launches new DNS service powered by Cisco
“The way people work now is making it really hard for security and IT teams to secure organisational information in the traditional sense."
Mega-merger shakes up NZ IT sector
The merger makes One Technology the country’s largest collaboration of business data and managed service providers.
Radiflow launches OT MSSP partner programme
The company provides a framework for MSSPs to offer new OT cybersecurity services.
Huawei and IBM rank top in new cloud market analysis
360Quadrants has released a managed services report that also names Atos and Accenture as leaders in its new managed services report.
Datto expands A/NZ presence with Sydney office
This investment will enable Datto and its partners to continue to grow and address the IT needs of small and medium businesses (SMBs) in the region.
Unisys brings managed services to hybrid cloud
Extends CloudForte managed-service solution to Hybrid IT environments to speed organisations' digital transformation
IDC: 2019 security spending to grow 20% in APeJ
“The Asia/Pacific region recognises that its no longer “under-the-radar” as far as breaches, hacks, and legislation is concerned.”
Optus Business to offer Cisco Meraki managed cloud networking
"“This is a natural extension of our Optus-Cisco partnership and truly provides businesses with operational improvements from day one of deployment."
Lessons from the edge: deploying SD-WAN
AT&T’s A/NZ managing director outlines what he has learned about the tricky task of bringing the revolutionary SD-WAN tech to life.
Dimension Data makes upgrades to managed services platform
The services provider has invested in upgrading its platform to keep on top of the evolving IT demands of organisations.
Data center colocation market to hit $90b in next five years
As data center services grow in popularity across enterprises large and small, the colocation market is seeing the benefits in market size.
Channel partners growing in importance for cloud services
Canalys analysts say the huge growth in cloud services will be of benefit to channel partners with a number of incentives.
Platform9’s new managed Kubernetes service on VMware
A fully managed, enterprise-grade Kubernetes service that is designed to work out-of-the-box on VMware.
AWS and Azure spending big bucks on data centres to get ahead
A new report from Canalys has revealed what the world’s two largest cloud providers have been up to – and they’ve certainly been busy.
Symantec announces new endpoint response tools
Enterprise IT and Security Ops teams are increasingly challenged to investigate and respond to advanced and emerging threats with available resources and staff.
Multicloud possible liberator for APAC’s monopolising cloud market
By 2022 IDC expects the top four clouds in APAC will be the destination of choice for a whopping 70 percent of workloads.
2019 network predictions for service providers
There are a number of key events set to impact the IT industry this year – but 5G won’t be one of them.
Banish those Monday blues with proper email security
Jason Howells discusses how MSPs can avoid languishing in melancholy with effective email security.