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Microsoft says it's time to bin the on-prem data centre
Microsoft released a report revealing the environmental benefits of ditching the on-prem data centre in favour of Microsoft Cloud.
Equinix continues global expansion with Microsoft collaboration
The interconnection and data centre company has expanded its partnership with Microsoft to provide direct connectivity to twenty cities globally.
Kiwi software developer releases high-speed pricing solution
Deployed on Microsoft Azure, Flintfox RMx software integrates with any enterprise resource planning (ERP) system.
Channel agrees popular IaaS solutions are the future of cloud
New research from Ingram Micro Cloud has uncovered an opportunity for channel partners to take advantage of with the top 3 IaaS vendors.
Booming cloud infrastructure market an opportunity for channel partners
Worldwide spending on cloud infrastructure services is continuing its rampant growth after surging 47% in 12 months.
HPE launches new solution for Azure stack deployments
The company recently announced the HPE ProLiant for Microsoft Azure Stack (Gen 10), leveraging Intel’s latest Purley-based Xeon processors.
Microsoft pledges to train 5,000 AU public sector workers in cloud computing by 2020
“It will be an ambitious goal to train 5,000 individuals by 2020, but a necessary one.”
Microsoft and BlackBerry partner to further integrate offerings
Microsoft and BlackBerry have entered a partnership that allows for greater integration between BlackBerry and Microsoft offerings.
Empired/Intergen wins big at annual Episerver partner awards
Empired (and by extension Intergen as a subsidiary) laid some big bets a few years ago which have obviously now paid off.
Is Microsoft opening data centres in Germany? Here’s what we know
Reports have emerged stating Microsoft to be investing more than €100 million in two data centres in Germany, but the company remains non-committal.
Microsoft women file over 200 complaints of gender discrimination & sexual harassment
The documents show staff working in U.S-based technical jobs filed 238 complaints between 2010-2016.
Interview: Meet the 7-year-old company disrupting NZ's logistics & freight industry
"Emerging technology is providing us with the ability to create smart, simple, online supply chain solutions that we couldn’t in the past.”
Revera picks up Dr. Lance O'Sullivan's company as first Azure Stack customer
"It works well with connections into the rural Far North; our teachers and community volunteers say the app is much faster than it used to be."
Microsoft helps Australian company democratise new VR tech
“Think about the analytics – the retailer can say ‘what items are people selecting that they are not necessarily trying on?"
Talend takes its Microsoft partnership to the next level
The independent software vendor achieves MS Azure Gold Competency, aiming to stay at the forefront of cloud services.
First ANZ company deploys Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack
The platform, which is fully supported by Dell EMC, was delivered as a turn-key solution and was in operation within 5 days.
Archive360 delivers support for Microsoft Azure archive blob storage tier
Long-term data management and compliance assurance solution for Azure ensures the most highly secure, low cost and compliant intelligent archive.
HPE & ABB partnership sees operational & information technology meet
The announcement was made at HPE's Discover event today and the new duo assert it will be revolutionary for industrial plants and data centres.
Who is Softsource? From SMB to enterprise, introducing the Kiwi company that does it all
Having our own state of the art data centre as part of our Hybrid solution gives us a competitive edge and flexibility advantage.
PCCW Global launches service to connect MPLS networks to Microsoft Azure
The Network-as-a-Service product that extends a customer’s MPLS network service to both Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Office 365.
Equinix: How you can create your own SuperCloud
Today’s digital economy is an “as-a-service” world, where individuals and businesses have a plethora of choices in services at their fingertips.
GÉANT partners with Microsoft to enable Azure for European research
The end-goal, according to GÉANT, is to make powerful cloud computing environments more accessible to the research and education communities.
Cloud services growing faster than any IT market today – and tomorrow
The global infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) public cloud market surged 31 percent in 2016 to reach US$22.1 billion, up from $16.8 billion in 2015.
Ixia extends CloudLens, now supports all major cloud platforms
It has now been extended to support for Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Bluemix, and Alibaba Cloud.