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Boomi South East Asia bolsters team with new GM
Lawrence Ng will partner with existing Boomi customers in the region to help with their integration journey.
Veeam launch of new data protection suite 'biggest ever'
"This is the biggest release in the history of Veeam, creating the simplest solution for hybrid-cloud environments.”
Interview: Cloudera VP and A/NZ manager on optimal data strategies
Techday spoke with two executives from Cloudera about the future of data and cloud strategies.
Avaya looks to the future of collaboration with new Spaces features
"Avaya Spaces underscores the company’s commitment to delivering a multi-experience environment that is blending unified communications, contact center and collaborations capabilities."
Tencent Cloud acquires key cloud security standard
The security standard can give businesses insight into the level of cloud security they require.
Oracle opens new Melbourne Cloud region
This is the second Australian-based Cloud region after the launch in Sydney in August last year.
Cyxtera tailors data center platform to federal govt workloads
Cyxtera Technologies has released a new version of its on-demand data center services platform designed especially for federal government workloads.
Global cloud infrastructure spending grows 37% in Q4
The cloud infrastructures market continues to boom, with spending reaching over US$30 billion.
Data is dispersed in the cloud beyond most enterprise control - McAfee
Thousands of data loss incidents occur every month in the cloud, leaving most at risk of sensitive data loss or regulatory non-compliance.
Data dispersal growing risk for enterprises, report finds
“As organisations around Australia quickly move toward cloud environments, data is no longer tied to enterprise networks. The dispersion of data fragments visibility and control, hereby, opening doors to security vulnerabilities."
nCipher introduces cloud-first architecture
New web services APIs and container technology streamline integration of nShield HSMs with cloud environments.
VyOS offering pro bono network subscriptions to those affected by bushfires
VyOS is an open-source network OS that provides a wide range of features for any network, from a small business to an Internet service provider worldwide.
Case study: Why the Australian Electoral Commission migrated to Microsoft Azure
Cloud services are becoming more and more important to the democratic process.
Cohesity names new country manager for A/NZ
Industry veteran Steve Coad is newest addition to the Cohesity executive team.
AWS Outposts adds new availability regions
The seven new AWS Outpost regions include Asia (Hong Kong & Singapore), Middle East (Bahrain), Europe (London, Paris, Stockholm), and Canada (central).
Microsoft and Genesys partnership expanded to deliver new cloud service
The new partnership will put customers on a clear path to the cloud, says Genesys
You don’t need to be Google or Facebook to achieve data centre greatness
“It’s not just about remediating problems, it’s about being able to plan for eventualities and being proactive in their approach.”
Bankwest develops first third-party API for Lendi integration
The bank says it rapidly developed the API as part of its transformation to an agile operating model, with squads dedicated to the integration and the underlying technology platform.
CBNCloud launches new public cloud service for Indonesian market
As the next generation cloud platform, CBNCloud STACK has been designed to target Indonesia companies with different advantages.
Blue Prism launches new SaaS solutions, built with Thoughtonomy IP
Blue Prism has added three new Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings to its portfolio of automation solutions, and enabled the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software to be available in a new flexible consumption model.
Genesys rebrands SaaS solution, puts greater focus on cloud offering
“Through Genesys Cloud, we’re delivering Experience as a Service to make it easier for organisations to foster customer trust and loyalty."
Alibaba’s top 10 2020 tech trends
Researched by Alibaba's global research initiative, DAMO Academy.
Alibaba Cloud continues to grow customer base in APAC
Alibaba Cloud has announced diverse growth in its international customer base across APAC, indicating the adaptability of cloud technologies to meet the specific needs of different industries.
The future of digital infrastructure - Equinix
Hybrid multicloud, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, data regulation and sustainability will be key factors influencing how organizations undergo this transformation.