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New approach and services for new distributor
We flesh out the plans of New Zealand's first new IT distributor in many many years.
Red Hat’s new role in enabling modern DevOps
The global open source vendors approach has come of age.
Red Hat and NVIDIA extend alliance to speed up AI
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are the focus for this extended alliance.
Red Hat updates its Kubernetes platform OpenShift
Version 4 of Red Hat's containerisation tool OpenShift is now available.
Six reasons why Red Hat is red hot in 2019
We look under the hood at the trends impacting the global open source vendor Red Hat.
Microsoft and Red Hat partner to bring OpenShift to Azure
A jointly-operated service from the two enterprise giants is now available.
Red Hat’s role in Spark’s digital transformation strategy
We look at the role of global open source vendor Red Hat in Spark New Zealand's transformation strategy.
14 partner and customer reactions to Red Hat's Enterprise Linux 8 announcement
We round up reactions to the Red Hat’s new hybrid cloud focused operating system release.
Hybrid cloud the focus for latest Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Global open source vendor Red Hat has announced the availability of version 8 of its Enterprise Linux operating system.
F-22 Raptor fighter jet project turns to Red Hat
Lockheed Martin the US-based defence and aviation manufacturer has turned to Red Hat to modernise the application development process for its F-22 Raptor fighter jets.
From 'fake' cloud to Netsuite: The Harcourts story
We take a quick look at the fascinating ERP journey of real estate agent giant Harcourts.
New benchmarking service launched by NetSuite
We look at the new Brainyard serviced announced by business software vendor NetSuite.
Fuji Xerox’s flagship printer offering infinite possibilities
In a market that some would say has peaked in innovation, it’s encouraging to see Fuji Xerox bucking the trend with its flagship production printer.
How ERP is transforming the pool and spa services industry
We follow the world's largest swimming pool and spa services company and their ERP adoption.
Oracle’s Bronto marketing platform gets updates
Software tools updated to empower marketers in an increasingly competitive environment.
New approach to partners from Oracle's NetSuite
A new partner engagement programme has been announced by NetSuite along with new partner on-boarding systems.
IT industry fuelling the positive NZ job market
New statistics from SEEK NZ show the job market is in good shape with more jobs and higher salaries up for grabs.
Hyve’s new innovation trims power bills and employee fat
It’s in dark times like these with Brexit looming above that it’s great to see some reassurance with classic British innovation.
We explain Magento in 17 key facts
A summary of everything you need to understand Magento and it's product offering.
Opinion: Balancing DX with diversity and inclusion
As the business landscape continues to quickly evolve, two concepts are becoming increasingly apparent and starting to intertwine.
Geopolitics, economy motivating cyber activity in APAC-AN/Z
Flashpoint's Aaron Shraberg says economic tensions between the US, China, and North Korea are influencing risk management decisions in APAC.
Report: Women being sexually harassed at tech conferences
A new survey has uncovered some startling findings, with not only misrepresentation of women but also sexual harassment.
Event Thinking: What it is and why you need it
"The term refers to what Gartner also calls real-time situational awareness, namely, systems immediately detecting and responding when certain conditions are met."
Five secrets – Workday’s 2019 winning formulas
We thoroughly investigate why business software vendor Workday believes 2019 will be their best year yet.