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Western Digital expands storage system capabilities
Research shows that most data goes unstored or unanalysed, data siloes persist, governance remains inadequate, and a disproportionate amount of time is spent.
SolarWinds brings on Westcon-Comstor as Aus distribution partner
The extended partnership has the ultimate aim on giving technology professionals better access to SolarWinds IT solutions and tools.
IDC: Red Hat Enterprise Linux to power $10 trillion in revenue this year
Red Hat Enterprise Linux could bring in more than US$10 trillion in global business revenue this year – and every year through to 2023 – a figure that is equivalent to powering 5% of the total worldwide economy.
Micro Focus launches partner programme and portal
The company aims to bring its partner ecosystem a more streamlined approach to reselling its IT management software solutions.
Private cloud: The birthplace of IT innovation
IT is synonymous with constant upkeep and maintenance, but it takes a clued-up business to see the benefits of how IT can improve innovation.
Rapid IT drives Hamilton Expressway forward
“The manual process meant it was much more difficult to at a glance ensure that all relevant testing was being looked at," says James Higgins.
IT security increasingly becoming a board-level issue
Daniel Crnkovic, Content Security general manager talks about the changing business attitudes surrounding IT cybersecurity.
Australia’s smart city initiatives scoop awards at IDC APAC awards
"It's an extraordinary achievement and we look forward to nominating more cutting-edge smart city innovation projects next year."
YOU'RE INVITED: Fresh way to master IT service management
They have one goal: make it easy for brands to talk to customers and easy for users to get in touch with businesses.
Aussie IT teams not prepared for digital business demands, report says
More than half of Australian IT teams will struggle to meet the demands of digital business over the next 12 months
Konica Minolta’s new edge platform set to open opportunities for partners
Konica Minilta has partnered with Microsoft, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Sophos, Canonical and BrainTribe to future-proof business IT management.
ManageEngine announces first ever ANZ regional manager
With today’s announcement, ManageEngine has made its intentions for growth in Australia and New Zealand clear.
Microsoft Asia signs up Kevin Wo as new Singapore managing director
Microsoft has announced this week that Kevin Wo will be taking over from Jessica Tan as the company's new managing director for Singapore.
ManageEngine survey reveals analytics tools 'critical' in IT services
"Based on the survey findings, users want a self-service analytics tool that will allow them to build and personalise reports quickly."
Global study finds IT maturity lacking amongst SMBs
There is a very close correlation between an IT department's maturity level and its effectiveness, which can cost organisations money & resources.
ManageEngine ticks all the right boxes in customer satisfaction report
ManageEngine has earned the highest score possible for customer satisfaction in privileged identity management.
Gisborne IT partnership empowers local businesses
Gisborne provider Strategic IT partners with New Zealand Technology Group (NZTG) to strengthen local business community IT systems.
Riverbed upgrades SteelCentral product for improved application performance
"This release of SteelCentral delivers significant enhancements in cloud-based performance monitoring, along with new capabilities."
Aussie IT pros should be focusing on information, not infrastructure
"This opens up new challenges for the IT department in selecting the right information protection strategies for their infrastructure."
Three ways to use IT operations management to empower business innovation
According to a recent survey of 400 CIOs and IT directors in 24 countries, businesses today are at a tipping point of IT department transformation.
Unisys lands McDonald's South Pacific contract
Unisys has struck a $38.8 million deal for end-user IT support services.
Sybase announces Afaria support for App Store volume program
"By adding support for the App Store Volume Purchase Program, the Afaria solution will be able to help enterprises quickly and easily deploy a broad range of business applications within their organisation.”
NZ tech firm sold to SAP
German software giant SAP has purchased 3D technology firm Right Hemisphere for an undisclosed sum.
Is your IT delivering the goods?
The software solution that happily managed to guide you two years ago may not be quite so fast or powerful today.