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Modernising ERP systems can help organisations comply with GDPR
“Organisations need to look for modern ERP systems that are specifically designed with GDPR in mind."
Malaysia investing in data-driven future – but obstacles remain
The country has openly expressed its desire to become the prime destination for high-tech industries in Southeast Asia.
Is the on-premises data centre really going to ‘die’?
Gartner certainly thinks so, as it expects the sheer majority of enterprises to have binned their on-premises facility by 2025.
OneAsia and Megaport partner to bolster cloud services
The two companies have partnered with the goal to open up cloud connectivity options in Hong Kong
Interview: How Netskope is enabling secure use of cloud apps
Netskope has found that approximately 1000 applications are adopted by employees without the knowledge of IT staff, presenting a challenge for security teams.
Ping Identity announces new Identity-as-a-Service solution
PingOne for Customers is built for the developer community and provides API-based identity services for customer-facing applications.
Gartner: Infrastructure services moving beyond the edge
First it was about data moving to the edge, now Gartner says it's taking one step further.
Google Cloud throws more money at APAC, new regions announced
"The Asia Pacific market is important for Google Cloud, and we are making long-term investments to support our growing business there.”
Exclusive: Should A/NZ businesses change their perspective on the cloud?
"Our strategy includes a very heavy emphasis on private cloud technologies, allowing customers to build in their own environment."
AVI Networks makes play for A/NZ channel
“We are also close to announcing a high-profile distributor to cover Australia and New Zealand, which is critically important as we have a 100 percent channel strategy."
AWS makes building and securing data lakes easier
AWS Control Tower, AWS Security Hub, and AWS Lake Formation help with provisioning and governance, monitoring security and compliance, and building and managing data lakes.
AWS provides a shot in the Arm with new servers
While it can’t claim to be the first one to deploy them, it does win the race of the cloud giants in offering the architecture as a cloud service.
AWS improves network efficiencies with new offerings
Announced at AWS re:INVENT, the offerings are designed to speed up inter-instance communication, and application performance and availability.
AWS boosts power, lowers costs with new EC2 instances
At AWS re:INVENT the company announced the availability of three new instances that can reduce workload cost and run bigger workloads, faster.
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.
More pie for me: Alibaba Cloud’s aggressive EMEA expansion
After elbowing its way into the EMEA market last month, the Chinese cloud provider has now unveiled the full extent of its product portfolio for the region.
Exclusive: Is cloud migration worth the security risk?
"As the CIO I can’t control the threats, but I can control the position I put the organisation in to defend against those threats."
Mimecast integrates with IBM’s security platform
The new Mimecast for IBM QRadar app is designed to offer joint customers improved visibility into potential vulnerabilities.
Why A/NZ organisations need to improve compliance protocols
Only a mere 4% of IT decision makers and data managers surveyed said their organisation faced no data management challenges.
Cloud to drive next wave of DX in Indonesia
Indonesia has undergone a profound change in recent times, and IDC says it’s showing no signs of slowing.
Five secrets – Workday’s 2019 winning formulas
We thoroughly investigate why business software vendor Workday believes 2019 will be their best year yet.
Google Cloud CEO stepping down to welcome ex-Oracle exec
Google Cloud has grown significantly under Greene's tenure, but has involved tens of billions of dollars and little gains on AWS and Azure.
Talend and Databricks partner for scalable data solution
The strategic partnership combines unified analytics and data management in the cloud.
Video conferencing in dire need of simplification, study shows
A Forrester study shows that 84% of companies are using two or more cloud-based video conferencing apps.