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SnapLogic: Cutting through the SaaS sprawl
On average, enterprises are using 1,427 distinct cloud services, with the typical employee using 36 different cloud applications during their working day.
Apptio launches new Insights and Action Plans solution
Apptio has launched ‘Insights and Action Plans’, a new solution that notifies users of opportunities for optimisation, areas of hidden spend, variance from forecast and more.
Interview: Catalyst Cloud on the second wave of cloud innovation
The demand and use of containers and Kubernetes come from a deep realisation that there is a better way to package, deploy and run applications.
‘Be data ready’: Breaking buzzwords with Chris Powell of Commvault
At the recent Commvault GO event in Denver, Techday sat down with Chris Powell, Commvault chief marketing officer, to discuss why the company has adopted the slogan ‘be data ready’ and how it’s new offerings reflect this philosophy.
Cohesity's shift to software business model pays off
The company has publicly shared key performance metrics on revenue, contracts, customer orders, and number of customers.
Avaya launches UC and CC subscription program
Avaya IX Subscription gives customers the flexibility to scale consumption of Avaya’s contact center and unified communications solutions based on their needs.
The fourth Industrial Revolution is here and now
The fourth Industrial Revolution is underway, driven by the Softwarisation of Everything.
BlackBerry adds greater flexibility to partner programme
A new Silver tier has been introduced to the programme to enable authorised partners to broaden their cloud offering.
8x8 wins Cloud/SaaS Gold in Golden Bridge Awards
It also received Silver in the Unified Communications (Service) Innovations category in the 2019 11th annual awards.
Tableau launches data & server management offerings for enterprise
Tableau Software recently announced general availability of a range of new capabilities that power statistical analysis with a single click, as well as natural language processing, data management, and server management.
Informatica moves to Snow platform for IT visibility
The Snow platform will provide a comprehensive and actionable picture of Informatica’s IT operations.
NetFoundry and Technilium partner up to offer comms services to A/NZ
Together the companies will offer secure, on-demand, software defined cloud-native connectivity services to businesses. According to the companies, A/NZ businesses can utilise the solution to ‘embrace, migrate and execute’ cloud solutions.
Software AG now offering ARIS Cloud on AWS Marketplace
“We're frequently hearing from our customers how important the right process orchestration is for their cloud journeys and that's one use case where ARIS Cloud Advanced can help.”
Software AG partners with Microsoft to accelerate Azure migration
Software AG has teamed up with Microsoft in a move to accelerate and simplify migration to Microsoft Azure.
McAfee: Channel opportunities in cybersecurity-as-a-service
Techday spoke to McAfee MVision Cloud Asia Pacific regional director Joel Camissar about the drivers and the effects of the industry trend of outsourcing cybersecurity.
CyberArk launches SaaS portfolio for privileged access management
The solutions solutions expand remote vendor and Just-in-Time access capabilities to maximise risk reduction.
Blue Prism acquires Thoughtonomy, develops new SaaS offering
Blue Prism has closed its acquisition of Thoughtonomy. The company says the acquisition will enable it to build on its intelligent automation and cloud delivery capabilities.
Relationship Unlimited strengthens SaaS offerings with partnership
The partnership with Chargebee will allow Relationship Unlimited to strengthen its offering to clients in the subscription economy.
IDC: SaaS makes up lion’s share of Aussie cloud service revenue
SaaS revenue accounted for 65.8% of the total Australian public cloud services revenue in 2018.
Interview: Node4's CEO talks SaaS, stack, DX, and colocation
DataCentreNews EMEA recently spoke with Node4’s CEO, Andy Gilbert, at Techfest, an event hosted by Node4 as part of London Tech Week.
Who is really responsible for cloud security?
The joy and the temptation of SaaS is that it is so easy to buy without IT even needing to be involved.
ExtraHop to launch SaaS network threat detection
Reveal(x) Cloud provides deep and continuous visibility, enabling SecOps teams to analyse every transaction, detect threats, and respond to attacks.
TechnologyOne launches STEAM Lab pilot launch in Queensland
“STEAM Lab provides students with experiential, interactive technology-based experiences designed to inspire and incite a passion for pursuing an education and career in the areas of STEAM."
HPE to offer entire portfolio as-a-Service by 2022
HPE GreenLake aims to reset the digital opportunity for customers by providing a robust as-a-Service portfolio.