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Next big step in IT will be the ‘fusion’ of technologies
"This year’s trends reaffirm the importance of thinking about technology holistically.”
Expert shares what the future data centre will look like
Digital Realty's Rod Glover says there will be five main evolutions to the world of data centres, colocation, cloud, and connectivity.
Schneider Electric edge technology implemented at Tuggeranong Office Park
“The new system at Tuggeranong Office Park provides market-leading solutions to the entire facility."
Flexential and EdgeMicro partner to trial edge projects
“The bold vision for the edge exhibited by the companies involved will change the way the internet works."
The new world of edge data centre management
Schneider Electric’s Kim Povlsen debates whether the data centre as we know it today will soon cease to exist.
Key trends bolstering digital transformation in 2019
"User experience, edge computing and AI will continue to dominate as key trends in 2019."
Survey finds retailers 'bullish' on hybrid cloud adoption
The retail industry takes no prisoners and that’s made clear in its 'on the pulse' adoption of new technologies.
IoT’s rapid rise fuelling an explosion of data
IDC expects global annual spending on IoT to exceed US$1 trillion by 2022, driving huge demand for data centres.
2019: The year of edge data centres, AI, and work/life balance
Schneider Electric's Kim Povlsen believes 2019 will be both a challenging and positive one for the IT industry.
2019: The year of digital transformation for APAC’s data centres
Commscope's APAC vice president shares how APAC is set to become the world's biggest data centre market by 2020.
Scale Computing expands Aussie presence with partnership
The company’s partnership with service provider Amnesium brings its hyperconverged and edge computing solutions to government agencies.
2019 data centre predictions from Interxion’s Europe MD
The coming year looks set to be one of implementation where we see a lot of technologies that have been present on the fringes become mainstream.
Opinion: Forget the hype, here's some edge computing clarity
Schneider Electric's Kevin Brown discusses the confusion surrounding edge computing and what he believes is the definition - and its place in our future.
Three things that will happen in 2019 – and one that will not
Commvault's Nigel Tozer reflects on the year that's been and the one ahead with three predictions of what will be and one that won't.
Scale Computing expands edge solution to Australia
“Building our presence in Australia is a true testament to the global need for intelligent edge computing."
CSPs ‘not capable enough’ to meet 5G demands of end-users
A new study from Gartner produced some startling findings, including the lack of readiness of communications service providers (CSPs).
HPE to supply tech to Formula E racing team
“At HPE, we believe the future belongs to the fast, and we’re focused on accelerating what’s next for enterprises, including in the world of auto racing."
Is the on-premises data centre really going to ‘die’?
Gartner certainly thinks so, as it expects the sheer majority of enterprises to have binned their on-premises facility by 2025.
Gartner’s ten 2019 trends for infrastructure and operations
As IT infrastructure and operations take an continually growing role in the IT ecosystem, Gartner highlights what to prepare for in the year ahead.
Vertiv’s 5 most noteworthy data centre trends for 2019
Vertiv has placed particular emphasis on edge computing being the ‘epicentre’ of innovation in the data centre space.
Gartner: Infrastructure services moving beyond the edge
First it was about data moving to the edge, now Gartner says it's taking one step further.
How IoT brings intelligence to the edge
“It is critical for enterprise organisations to have a strategy that unifies edge to cloud connectivity."
EkkoSense: 5 steps to maximising data centre performance
The company has shared what it believes are the five data centre optimisation trends that will maximise data centre performance in 2019.
New digital business means “The cloud is no longer enough”
Gartner research shows that as the need for beyond-edge customer engagement rises, infrastructure service providers need to follow suit.