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Cloud offers so much, but beware of hidden risks
While customers are taking advantage of the seemingly unlimited computing resources available in the cloud, they should beware of the hidden risks in doing so.
Private cloud does not exist
Private cloud does not exist. At least, not in the sense that they are somehow related to true cloud computing offerings.
NZ cloud software sells strongly in US
New Zealand-developed cloud-based solution provider Stella has returned from the IT Nation conference in Orlando Florida with a full order book.
￼Microsoft on a smooth transition to cloud
Bradley Borrows, Microsoft New Zealand Azure and server business group lead, looks at server virtualisation and the path to cloud.
Gartner: BYOD requires a broader approach
Bring your own device (BYOD) is not just a purchasing policy and needs to be approached more broadly with the applications and strategies designed for today's world.
Taking full advantage of the benefits of virtualisation
Your customers likely aren’t getting the full benefits of virtualisation, says Phill Patton, EMC New Zealand country manager.
NZ first as OneNet becomes signatory to CloudCode
OneNet has revealed it is the first hosting company to sign as a signatory to the New Zealand Cloud Computing Code of Practice.
Your Invite - Connector Systems hosts AO Cloud Overview
Fresh from purchasing a 50% stake in local cloud service provider AO New Zealand, Connector Systems is hosting an AO Cloud Overview event for resellers on November 27.
Govt introduces new cloud service for agencies
A new all-of-government information management service will help agencies create better public services in a digital world, according to Government Chief Information Officer Colin MacDonald.
Top tech tips to transform your business in the New Year
Technology is more affordable, accessible and powerful than ever before, making it possible for every small to medium business owner (SME) to use tools that were once only accessible by larger businesses.
Wedge Networks set to spearhead global Cloud Security drive
Wedge Networks, a leader in real-time network security solutions for Enterprises and Service Providers, has been chosen by The CloudEthernet Forum to help lead its new Cloud Security initiative.
New global industry association to solve Cloud service provider friction
A new global industry association was launched earlier this year to tackle a whole pile of inter-operability issues between cloud service providers.
Palo Alto Networks and VMware unite in cyber crime fight
Palo Alto Networks and VMware reveal new partnership, backed by a new jointly-developed solution.
Top five tips for optimising network infrastructure
The explosion in cloud computing, virtualisation and mobile computing paradigms is changing the demands placed on enterprise networks.
Get in the Cloud driver's seat with EMC…
Accelerate your journey to the cloud with EMC’s new midrange solutions.
Cloud Brokerage – beyond the hype
Cloud brokerage is getting a lot of hype – partly because it sounds cool, and largely because no-one really knows what it means.
StorageCraft shakes up NZ's DR market with new cloud solution
"Starting today, every business can enjoy confidence, convenience and peace of mind in knowing its data, databases and even entire servers can be virtualised in minutes…"
Sophos Cloud set for November 25 ANZ launch…
Global security firm set to bring its cloud solution to the ANZ region later this month, offering "only end-point security to begin with."
AVG AntiVirus surpasses 100m Android downloads
AVG’s free application now ranks among top security downloads on Google Play Store.
Arbor Networks launches new Cloud DDoS protection service
Arbor Networks has branched out into services, offering Arbor Cloud DDoS protection service – a global DDoS cleaning service which works in conjunction with on-premise Arbor Pravail equipment to provide multi-layered defence.
Should schools have their head in the cloud?
There is a lot of hype surrounding the cloud, but what is it and what benefits does it hold for schools?
Dimension Data to open four global cloud data centres
Ongoing demand drives addition of cloud locations in the US, UK, Australia and South America.
Stella deal as Kiwi cloud-based firm goes global
A New Zealand-developed cloud-based knowledge management and collaboration solution for IT managed services providers, called Stella, is to get a worldwide launch at the Connectwise IT Nation conference in Orlando Florida on today.
Check Point: Biggest cyber security threats to businesses
As we round out our 2013 business and IT plans, cyber criminals are resolving to implement increasingly sophisticated threats targeting specific computer systems and organisations big and small.