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Kaseya debuts Release 9 with new private cloud infrastructure
Kaseya has announced the availability of Release 9 with a new solution for mobility management and a new private cloud infrastructure.
Service Desk 7.8 equipped with new interfaces and capabilities
Landesk has launched Service Desk 7.8, which adds new interfaces and capabilities to the process-centric service management platform.
OpenText continues to grow with IGC acquisition
OpenText has announced it has acquired Informative Graphics Corporation (IGC), a developer of viewing, annotation, redaction and publishing commercial software.
IT Service Management software to move to the cloud
The cloud market has grown steadily in the past few years and is set to get bigger in 2015, with service management software to move to the cloud within the next two years.
Data centre leasing – Beyond the CapEx versus OpEx discussion
Today, there is little dispute over the necessity of data centres and how critical they are to business.
Resource management: Taking the leap from chaos to control
Executives and project leaders are often faced with limited resources and struggle to keep up with the complexity of managing their organisation’s demand.
Enterprise Mobility Management market shows no signs of slowing down
The Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) market is set to grow 5.8 billion in revenue between now and 2018, according to 451 Research.
Managing your time for productivity success
Avoid wasting time and resources with some simple time management tips.
Eight common mistakes
Persuading your customer’s management team to part with hard-earned profits for a new point of sale system can be a challenge. Charles Pludthura, marketing manager AU & NZ, Sage Business Solutions offers eight common mistakes to avoid in the process
Numara’s local push
Numara Software is planning a locally hosted cloud offering as the company continues its push to be ‘closer’ to the New Zealand market.
Small projects have limited visibility within an organisation and have few management problems.
'A driving force in open source'
'Social content management' providers increasing headcount and marketing spend in APAC.