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Local government fuelled growth of TechnologyOne in 2017
CEO reports that ‘intimate knowledge’ born of ‘deep-industry engagement’ with the sector was the key to success.
SaaS platforms - The new Wild West of malware
Proofpoint research has found Google Apps Script and normal document sharing capabilities built into Google Apps supports automatic malware downloads.
KPMG Australia teams up with Flexera for Software Asset Management
SAM is no longer just about software license compliance.
Synergy: $180 billion global cloud market growing steadily
The analyst says the global cloud market increased by 24% on an annual basis.
Mythbusters: Best of breed HR software vs all-in-one
The importance of HR systems is growing, with more options and issues to consider.
The future of the Internet of Things in 2018
While many things will change in 2018, the rapid pace of technological advances will not.
How carriers and service providers can expand global presence and reach
Content providers must be as close as possible to omnichannel-based consumers at the edge to deliver the greatest quality of service.
A new finance model for the changing channel economy
NEXTGEN has launched a new finance business designed to help channel partners offer ITaaS under a true subscription model.
HPE’s radical new SaaS multi-cloud management solution
HPE OneSphere provides a unified experience across public clouds, on-premises private clouds and software-defined infrastructure.
WAN vs. SD-WAN: The ‘80s called - they want their router back
The time has come to move beyond manual device-by-device configuration of traditional routers and to an advanced SD-WAN solution.
Businesses turn to consumption models for agility and cost efficiency
Consumption models can help organisations better align technology investments with operational and financial objectives.
Azure Site Recovery offers resellers a more predictable income stream
Changing your business model is no small proposition, but the advantages are clear.
Commvault’s CEO Bob Hammer to Michael Dell - “game on”
“And I will say one thing, we’re not kidding around with this.”
Enterprise demand for public cloud services drives accelerating growth
Public cloud services adoption is accelerating as enterprises move larger strategic systems to SaaS and embrace PaaS and IaaS.
Commvault drops 3 new data recovery services especially for laptops - Commvault GO 2017
On top of the Commvault’s latest SaaS solution, customers can add on Commvault Endpoint Search.
EXCLUSIVE BRIEFING: Everything you need to know to become an Azure cloud service provider
Microsoft’s Azure Site Recovery, available through Tech Data, is the most cost-effective disaster recovery solution on the market.
CompTIA tells: How the channel can benefit from SaaS opportunities
Once viewed as something of a threat for channel businesses, SaaS is now a growth opportunity. So how can resellers capitalise on the growth market?
Customisation key as SaaS, PaaS demand takes off in Aussie enterprise
Demand for PaaS and SaaS is growing among local businesses, according to Telsyte, which says enterprise software budgets are also on the increase.
SaaS, IaaS growing fast, but cloud advertising dominates public cloud spend
Software- and infrastructure-as-a-service may be growing fast, but it’s cloud advertising which dominates the public cloud services revenue.
Aussie tech company to acquire cloud logistics provider for $16 million
"The opportunity to tap into the Chinese market is also appealing.”
$7 million investment boost for Kiwi SaaS company
Globally, we estimate there are over 5 million wholesaler-distributors and manufacturers that Unleashed could be the ‘system of record’ for.
System integrator Equisoft attains Oracle Insurance Policy specialisation
Equisoft is currently working with 20 insurers on Oracle Insurance Policy Administration integration projects.
Xero’s Anna Curzon recognised in top 25 women leaders in SaaS
“Things like artificial intelligence and machine learning mean we really are in the golden age of accounting, so anything is possible.”
Gartner: The battle for the cloud has not even started yet
Andrew White has an interesting framework to look at the battle for the cloud today and where he thinks it will go in the not too distant future.