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IDC: Digital infrastructure will be the catalyst for success post-pandemic
If organisations properly apply the key digital infrastructure tenets - technology adoption and IT governance - then revenue growth and business expansion will soon follow, according to the research.
Oracle empowers cloud database users with latest release
Oracle has released the new generation of Oracle Exadata Cloud Service, now based on the Exadata X8M platform. The new offering is available this month on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Infor & Transdev Australia bolster cloud-based asset management
Transdev Australasia operates public transport systems across Australia and New Zealand, including Sydney’s light rail system in Australia, and Auckland Transport's rail systems in New Zealand.
Alkira raises $54m to expand cloud networking IaaS exchanges
The Alkira team of Amir and Atif Khan have a strong track record and approach to network cloud that could be ‘more disruptive than SD-WAN’.
Cloud use widespread but lacks depth, Contino report reveals
While just 1% of enterprises have no cloud use at all, just 13% have fully-realised, business-wide cloud adoption programmes.
The four tech jobs offering big opportunity during troubled times
Students and job-seekers all across Australia should be adjusting their future plans to try and capitalise on what's proving to be one of Australia's only recession-proof industries - tech.
Epicor overhauls its channel partner programme model
The new cloud model for the partner programme features a rewards system, whereby partners who maintain relationships with clients and grow revenues will be rewarded with continued margins beyond the first three years of selling the product.
Survival of the fittest – how an IT portfolio can be rationalised without losing traction
In the face of this new economic reality, many CIOs are asking how they can rationalise their IT portfolios on a reduced budget, while keeping expansion plans moving. This is the time to think creatively, Denodo regional vice president for A/NZ Grant Christian.
The green future of the public cloud
An increasing reliance on cloud means more pressure on data centres to deliver. But, according to a new report from Accenture, if a greener approach is taken, migrations to the public cloud can reduce global carbon emissions by 59 million tonnes of CO2 per year.
Microsoft to launch cloud service for healthcare firms
Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, launching on 30 October, includes managed services such as Azure, Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, Power Platform, and partner solutions to support healthcare firms.
Singapore-based Red Apricot has solutions accepted by SAP App Center
“We pride ourselves on innovation, having recognized a specific need within the financial planning space, and created a solution to make digital transformation in finance and planning much smarter, faster, easier and more intuitive.”
Three ways cloud can contribute to a transformation goal
Cloud technology plays a pivotal role in successful transformations and can see businesses thrive and grow; however, this depends on the business mindset and approach to cloud, writes Thomas Duryea Logicalis CTO Toby Alcock.
China to hit US$63.7bn in cloud computing revenue by 2024, dominating APAC market
China is set to dominate Asia Pacific (APAC) cloud computing market revenue in the lead up to 2024, with one-third revenue market share, according to GlobalData’s Market Opportunity Forecasts Model.
Oracle recognised in Forrester A/NZ Cloud report
Named a ‘Strong Performer’ in the Public Cloud Development and Infrastructure Platforms, Australia/New Zealand Forrester Wave.
Microsoft commercial cloud revenue up 30%, bigger than Google and IBM combined
For the first time this year, annual commercial cloud revenue exceeded $50 billion.
Fintech innovation set to play huge role in cloud computing market, study finds
"The integration of cloud computing into banking solutions is anticipated to play a crucial role in transforming the banking sector in the forthcoming years.”
Weta Digital draws on cloud computing power of AWS to create movie magic
"Drawing on AWS’s virtually unlimited compute capacity, we can empower our artists to work safely and securely where they want without technical limitations."
The 4 barriers to overcome to successfully migrate to cloud
According to the latest research from Accenture, which surveyed leaders in the realm of cloud adoption in the APAC region, there are four concepts that DX laggards (voluntary or involuntary) can adopt as an antidote to common adoption barriers.
'Cloud sprawl' catches firms out during COVID disruption
Businesses worldwide have increased their IT spend this year due to the COVID pandemic, leading to new concerns around IT budgets and cost control.
Huawei Cloud kicks off festival to help enterprises move to the cloud
Huawei Cloud will launch the Go Cloud Festival today, which will unveil support programs and limited-time offers on select cloud resources and solution packages designed to help enterprises migrate to the cloud.
Edge computing market set to explode by 2022, thanks to demand from industrial enterprises
By 2022, 90% of industrial enterprises will be utilising edge computing, with the multi-access edge computing market set to reach $7.23 billion by 2024.
Infosys launches set of solutions to advance enterprise cloud strategies
"The future of enterprise cloud strategy will be shaped by three key factors - speed-to-market, innovation at scale, and security of the ecosystem - this is the foundational construct of Infosys Cobalt."
Hero Internet brings Microsoft Teams calling to every NZ business
Telecommunications providers, like New Zealand’s own Hero Internet, have worked with many customers to make the transition from traditional phone systems to Teams integration very simple.
NZ cloud computing market to grow by 20% as businesses adapt to new normal - Salesforce
The size of the New Zealand cloud computing market could more than double in the next four years.