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'Don't be like Silicon Valley': Kiwi SaaS firms encouraged to look after their own
“We can't compete with Silicon Valley money. We have to be smarter and more focused."
APN member Anodot opens APAC headquarters in Sydney
Anodot’s new offices in Sydney will serve as the hub of the company’s operations in Asia-Pacific and Japan.
Exeed adds ConnectWise software to managed services porfolio
The Kiwi-owned distie has expanded its offerings for MSPs with the ConnectWise suite of software.
Cognizant to expand cloud consulting portfolio in Australia
Cognizant announced it has agreed to acquire SaaSfocus, a privately-held consulting firm specialising in digital transformation.
Australian SaaS players draw in US investors
US-based investors are paying close attention to the accelerated growth in the Australian tech sector.
'Fascinating' vendor cloud battle ongoing in healthy SaaS market
It hasn’t been around for long, but Synergy Research Group says the enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) can now be considered mature.
Why a cloud-first approach is the only valid one
"The combination of PaaS, SaaS and IaaS models has levelled the playing field."
SailPoint and Rackspace partner for identity governance-aaS
This partnership widens the scope of SailPoint’s identity governance solutions as enterprises can now choose how to go about deployment.
Gartner - 'Ageing' prerelational DBMSs out as cloud takes over
Diminishing skill base and increasing maintenance costs drive data and analytics leaders to look for modern options.
Exclusive Interview: Is Snowflake’s data warehousing what A/NZ needs?
A Snowflake exec talks about how the company is bringing its cloud-based data warehousing solution Down Under.
Backup vendor launches SaaS app to tackle ransomware
Known as a provider of backup solutions for enterprises and data centres, Rubrik has changed the mould after taking a new approach to security.
How blockchain could be the key to business transformation
Blockchain supposedly has the power to fundamentally transform how every industry does business by making interactions more secure and transparent.
SD-WAN puts traditional routers on notice
Leading IT organisations are deploying SD-WAN solutions with software-based routing, displacing traditional branch router architectures.
Public cloud services market thriving, but dominated by the big guys
The top 16 market leaders in the market account for over half of the market, with IDC expecting this stranglehold to continue its growth.
TechnologyOne picks up 7-year SaaS contract with Victoria University
The two institutions have an existing partnership spanning 20 years.
The business case for SaaS migration
"As Gartner has stated, SaaS is the inevitable future of business software."
TIBCO acquires cloud integration provider Scribe Software
TIBCO says the acquisition will allow them to deliver a single solution to address a wide range of integration scenarios.
Jitterbit changes direction with new partner programme
The API management solution provider has turned its gaze toward the channel, starting with a comprehensive partner programme.
SaaS and cloud behind H1 success for TechnologyOne
SaaS platform contract revenue has grown 51% and revenue from cloud offerings by 217%, leading to a total of $120m in revenue over this half-year.
Achieving agility: data portability in the digital economy
Why Data portability is important for the enterprise space, and how you can go about achieving it.
TechnologyOne ink multi-million-dollar contract extension with Moreton Bay Regional Council
The eight-year deal will see Moreton Bay Regional Council adopt the vendors OneCouncil SaaS solution.
Equinix Cloud Exchange Fabric rollout reaches Australia
“As digital transformation intensifies, business possibilities have no limits and neither should an organisation's IT infrastructure.”
ServiceNow acquires SaaS management company VendorHawk
VendorHawk’s platform is designed to help customers discover, track, rationalise and optimise SaaS subscriptions across their organisation.
The benefits and challenges of adopting a multi-cloud strategy
In the Asia-Pacific region, research company IDC predicts that more than 70% of enterprises will have a multi-cloud strategy by the end of this year.