IaaS spending set to grow by one-third this year, Gartner tells us. But it takes a lot of big money for a vendor to compete in this space.
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For event management business Cattleyard Collective, success hinges on its ability to mobilise staff quickly and effectively on behalf of clients. The transition from traditional IT infrastructure to a robust cloud-centric setup was essential in keeping staff responsive and agile.
A year since Mozilla announced it was adopting digital rights management in Firefox to allow streaming from services such as Netflix, the first release with DRM enabled has appeared.
ASG will deliver transformational and 'value-added' project services to Synergy for the next three years, with options of extending the agreement through to 2021.
A rapidly increasing reliance on cloud-based infrastructure has seen business analytics stalwart SAS ramp up its services, deployment, capacity, and product portfolio development, according to company executive vice president and chief marketing officer Jim Davis.
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MobileIron and Citrix, which is going through a broader restructuring, said enterprise mobility deals were pushed out in the first quarter. However, VMware execs are stoked about AirWatch.
Telsyte believes the Australian enterprise mobility market will be driven by a combination of mobile device hardware, management software, and value-added services.
Motorola Solutions Australia has inked a AU$175 million seven-year deal with the South Australian government for the upgrade and management of its emergency services wireless network.
Over the next two years, Anittel will deliver full-time managed services support to Kingsway Christian College, Mandurah Baptist College, and Peter Carnley Anglican Community School.
Bulletproof has seen its total revenue increase by 46.5 percent to AU$11.9 million for the six months ending December 2014, off the back of strong managed cloud services uptake.
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Enterprises are shifting towards managed services because they are unable to fill the skills they need within their IT security team.
One-year-old cloud consultancy Alpha7 launches COO as a Service to provide a one-stop platform from which SMBs can access cloud applications and services, including bundles designed for verticals.
The updates come to life within Adobe Campaign, one of the six services that fall into the Marketing Cloud suite.
Technology-based services continue to perform well even in a difficult year.
Traveling during the holiday season is challenging enough. When problems arise, suppliers' customer service plans are put to the test. Let's consider two examples.
A subsidiary of France's second biggest banking group has introduced a novel money transfer service tied to Twitter.
Available now for iOS and Android, Okta Mobility Management is already in production with multiple Okta customers.
Amazon Web Services' directory service will take on Microsoft Azure Active Directory Service in a scrum for centralized cloud identity management.
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