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SAP managed services to go on-premise with Red Hat
Through OpenShift virtualization, customers can host SAP's managed services on a secure, dedicated virtual infrastructure.
Australian Department of Defence selects Microsoft Azure for new ERP platform
“ERP will modernise, integrate and transform Defence’s approach to managing its finances, human resources, logistics, engineering, maintenance and estate."
Cisco, ESET, Fortinet crowned by Canalys, while Symantec, IBM & McAfee underperform
Several big names have been revealed as underperforming compared with the market average with low partner sentiment.
First Aussie company joins IBM quantum computing network
The Archer team, based in Sydney, Australia, will work with the IBM teams based in New York, USA, as part of the IBM Q Network.
COVID-19: Google Cloud, IBM and others join forces to bolster economic recovery
The group, called Emer2gent, includes Leeds Institute for Data Analytics, IBM, Google Cloud, The Data City, Truata, Rolls-Royce and ODI Leeds as early alliance members.
IBM integrates Okta identity solutions to cloud offerings
“We’re excited to formalise the partnership to provide our joint customers with the technology to help secure their organisations.”
Top vendors collaborate to advance data centre tech
Ranovus has entered into a strategic collaboration with IBM, TE Connectivity and Senko Advanced Components with key focus on advancing data centre technology for global customers.
AI will be unstoppable with market value to jump 457% by 2025
As a result of AI entering the mainstream, one in five workers in a nonroutine job will rely on it for at least part of their role, according to Learnbonds.
The fascinating round trip of a Kiwi IBM partner
The story of how a Kiwi company was successful in Australia and now returning full circle to NZ.
Rapid7 Leader in Magic Quadrant for SIEM
Among six other vendors, the company has been named a leader in Gartner’s 2020 Magic Quadrant, noted for its ease of use.
IBM report projects evolution of phishing, ransomware and spoof tech
"The amount of exposed records that we're seeing today means that cybercriminals are getting their hands on more keys to our homes and businesses.”
Antivirus would have saved these businesses $71 billion in 2019
Malware threats represent huge financial costs for businesses.
IBM names Arvind Krishna as its new CEO
Krishna is the latest addition to a list of Indians who head global tech companies, including Google, Microsoft and Adobe.
IBM brings AI to real estate tool, looks to improve workplace management
IBM has introduced artificial intelligence (AI) into its TRIRIGA solution to enable intelligent real estate and facility management.
IBM works with airline IT provider to bolster business continuity
Hitit will adopt IBM’s infrastructure, including availability zones, to serve as the primary back-up to its on-premises data centre for resiliency and disaster recovery.
IBM: A/NZ C-Suite who trust data will outperform
"Leading organisations that have put trust at the core of the way they use data with their customers are creating massive opportunities for greater success."
IBM announces z15 with new data privacy capabilities
The IBM z15 is a new enterprise platform delivering the ability to manage the privacy of customer data across hybrid multicloud environments.
IBM Singapore appoints Veronica Allen as new MD
IBM Singapore has appointed Veronica Allen as the company’s new managing director for the region.
IBM outlines why the 'boom' moment is key to better security
“Often I’m talking with people on the worst day of their business’ life.”
IBM launches data privacy platform for hybrid multicloud environments
The IBM z15 will enable customers to manage who can access data via policy-based controls such as encryption, cloud-native deployment, instant recovery, and data-centric privacy controls.
VMware announces new features on Workspace ONE platform
The new management, security and multi-cloud VDI features will allow IT teams to leverage automation to intelligently manage and secure access to any app, on any cloud.
Limiting access key to minimising data breaches, says expert
"When a company provides only a minimum amount of access needed for the employees to fulfil their roles, the risk of wide-spread breach greatly diminishes."
IBM develops cloud-native offerings with Red Hat OpenShift
The new cloud-native capabilities will be available as pre-integrated solutions called IBM Cloud Paks.
IBM, VMware, F5 lead GlobalData's hybrid cloud theme
All three companies gained 5 out of 5 for the hybrid cloud theme in GlobalData’s Thematic Scorecard for the cloud services sector.