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Microsoft 'leads the enterprise cloud era'
Internal email reveals Microsoft was 'right to take the risk' regarding betting the company on the cloud.
Cloud offers plenty for resellers
The days of resellers fearing cloud are over, according to Veeam Software technical director Charles Clarke, who says there are big opportunities to be had.
Stop thinking hardware and start thinking capacity when hosting
Following the launch of their 100% New Zealand based Cloud service, New Zealand Internet Services Company HD have urged Kiwi businesses to start changing the way they think about computing resources.
Web Drive launches 100% pure NZ cloud service
NZ-based service empowers developers to manage complex Cloud Infrastructure.
Five reasons to go cloud
Cloud has been a buzzword for some time now, sharing a warm, comfy place in our hearts right next to social, big data, and gamification.
SNAP offering national VoIP solution for corporates
The south island based ISP is branching out from it's strictly ISP roots.
Five questions directors should ask about cloud governance
Board members need a clear understanding of cloud computing benefits and how to maximise them through effective governance practices.
Join the cloud rush
An impressive 65% of new Digital Island customers are implementing fast fibre internet connections to enable their business to take advantage of the benefits of Cloud computing.
Cloud cuts coup for Microsoft as it targets Amazon
Software giant cuts prices for hosting and processing online data in an attempt to knock Amazon.com from the top spot.
ShoreTel closing in on major NZ customer deal
We may be lacking rain clouds in the sky, but the cloud announcements from vendors just keep on coming.
StorageCraft moves with the Cloud times
StorageCraft has jumped aboard the move to the cloud, unveiling StorageCraft Cloud Services for Australia and New Zealand – complete with claims of 60 second cloud disaster recovery.
Free cloud stuff from Rackspace
Got a data centre? Want to make it all nice and cloudy like the good folk at Rackspace do? Your wish is its command, as you can download free open source Private Cloud Software and start messin’ with the mechanics of your machinery.
Two-tier distribution headed for the rocks?
“The model is changing; we’re moving to a flatter supply chain where end-users can buy stuff, for example, directly from manufacturers through services like Alibaba."
Cloud services: Bring your own…license
Enterprise IT is starting to look a lot like the parsimonious neighbour’s BBQ. Bring a plate, bring your own drink, device*, app…and license.
Enterprise cloud services to grow US$31.9 billion by 2017
Worldwide revenue set to expand despite being slower that previous forecasts.
“Data will be the new cloud computing oil” in 2013
Ovum predicts that during 2013, cloud computing will continue its rapid growth across the industry.
2013 Cloud Predictions
Rackspace ANZ Country Manager Mark Randall offers his thoughts on the world of cloud computing during 2013.
Virtualisation provides single point of defence.
The stellar rise of virtualisation raises interesting and unique security challenges for most organisations.
Threats? Manage with tech and policy.
Whether a small business or an enterprise, when business information is on the line the organisation is at risk.
Your environment? Hostile territory.
When people in 12 countries were asked "What action you would take if you found out your personal information being held by an organisation had been accessed by an unauthorised person?"
Security? Your business analyst can help.
Public scrutiny surrounding data security is increasing, driven by the wake of several high-profile lapses in information governance.
Contact Centres in the Cloud
Brendan Maree, Interactive Intelligence managing director, ANZ, asks is "A Cloud Unified Communications Solution Right for You?"
‘More than 50%’ ready for cloud archiving – CommVault
Keep the recent stuff close, but archive into the cloud, says the company.
Cloud computing increases IT innovation says IBM study
Latest findings suggests an opportunity for IT departments to lead on innovation through Cloud computing.