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Tech Data adds solutions, vendor-focuses to cloud practice builder
Tech Data’s new interactive paths simplify complexity to provide customers with an understanding of where and how they can drive greater cloud growth.
Microsoft & OpenAI forge path into AI supercomputing
"Our ambition is to democratise AI — while always keeping AI safety front and centre — so everyone can benefit.”
Barracuda improves Azure connectivity for Office 365 security
New functionality enforces Office 365 local breakout policies in Microsoft Azure Virtual WAN to optimise Office 365 UX while increasing security.
Blue Prism to deliver automation solutions through Azure
The collaboration will integrate Blue Prism’s automation capabilities with Azure AI technologies including Cognitive Services and Machine Learning.
Trend Micro adds Deep Security as a Service to Azure Marketplace
Trend Micro Deep Security delivers a multi-layered automated approach to protect hybrid cloud workloads and container environments.
Microsoft and ServiceNow firm up partnership
ServiceNow moves workloads to Microsoft Azure for highly regulated industries while Microsoft implements ServiceNow workflow solutions.
Coles selects Microsoft as its cloud platform of choice
The long-term strategic partnership is founded on Microsoft Azure becoming Coles’ cloud platform of choice.
Automation Anywhere partners with Microsoft to advance automation
The relationship includes multi-million dollar investment into the adoption of RPA and aims to make automation technology more accessible to global enterprises.
Riverbed signs strategic OEM agreement with Versa
The company’s SD-WAN solutions will now include an enterprise offering leveraging Versa Network’s Secure Cloud IP software platform.
Microsoft and Oracle get cozy in the cloud
The tech giants have formed a partnership to allow interoperability between Azure and Oracle Cloud.
BitTitan expands cloud offerings in China to meet Office 365 growth
“With so much growth in China’s cloud-computing market, we are delighted to be expanding our product offerings."
IXUP goes "post-quantum" with security tech upgrade
The secure analytics company has also partnered with Deloitte as a reseller, and launched a SaaS offering on Microsoft Azure.
Datacom recipient of Dell Technologies Global Partner award
This global award recognises Datacom’s technical excellence in achieving great results for customers while leveraging Dell Technologies.
How Azure ExpressRoute will impact Kiwi businesses
Local ExpressRoute services will initially be provided by Megaport, Vocus, Spark, Kordia and Devoli.
Microsoft and Red Hat partner to bring OpenShift to Azure
A jointly-operated service from the two enterprise giants is now available.
Amazon still safely ahead of chasing pack in cloud infrastructure market
Despite Microsoft, Google, Alibaba and Tencent all substantially outpacing the overall market, Amazon is still clearly in front.
Snowflake available on Microsoft Azure for A/NZ customers
“Data is increasingly becoming a valuable business asset and large numbers of Australian and New Zealand organisations want to transform their operations by shifting their data and analytics workloads to the cloud."
Canalys: Enterprise cloud market up 42% this quarter
AWS has made the biggest gains up US$2.3 billion, while Google keeps it spot as fastest growing at 81% year on year.
9 Spokes and Microsoft NZ announce co-sell partnership
The agreement will see 9 Spokes listed on the Microsoft AppSource Marketplace, providing a channel to grow its platform base of small business users.
Canalys: Google, Alibaba Cloud fastest growing providers
The Cloud Wars continue as Alibaba and Google stake claims in a market that will see spending hit US$143 billion next year, driven by the channel.
Microsoft: The sky's the limit for your data with Cosmos DB
A modern Internet age with globally-distributed applications that must be fault-tolerant and scalable demands a high-concurrency, low-latency database model.
VMware & UTS mobilise uni students to work from anywhere
Students can simultaneously and seamlessly access apps and workloads online and on any student device, whether they are on-campus, at home, or wherever they have WiFi – including from overseas or in high-latency connectivity areas.
Sophos offering mobile device management with Microsoft Intune integration
Running on Microsoft Azure, the Sophos integration will enable IT administrators to configure individual device usage policies within Microsoft Intune.
Hire company deepens equipment visibility with IoT
Kennards Hire has worked with Microsoft to develop an intelligent edge IoT system that will allow detailed monitoring and reporting across their assets.