Industry insider news for Australia's technology resellers
These search results are from across the Techday network of sites
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.
IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, DRaaS, DPaaS… is there anything not ‘as-a-service’? But is everything as-a-service the future of technology, or just marketing puffery? Heather Wright polls some industry and analysts.
Optimising software assets
Software asset management is complex – making it a great option for resellers seeking to add value for customers, says Hugh Darvall, Flexera Software director, Asia Pacific telebusiness and alliances.
Avoiding cannibalisation in a SaaS-y market
Choosing your partners wisely has become even more important in the shifting value chain that is ‘as-a-service’, says Vince Randall, NetSuite general manager.
Big Data drives software market growth
"Leveraging the social dimension of the Internet keeps fueling the Collaboration growth, much of which is in the form of software as a service."
Why your business needs MY HR...
For any small business thinking of growing and taking on more employees, the complexities of contracts and keeping up to date with ever changing human resource practices can often be daunting.
VMob takes out international big data award
"As VMob moves from strength to strength in the global market, we are committed to delivering measurable results that significantly impact bottom line revenue for our clients using VMob’s proven software technology."
Cyber security resellers: More than a reseller
Never more so has there been a need for cyber security resellers to be trusted advisors, says Robbie Upcroft, McAfee Asia Pacific sales manager, SMB and Distribution.
IDC: Partner differentiation paramount in 2014
As SaaS, PaaS and IaaS commoditises traditional offerings, differentiation is the key to partner survival.
Avature Launches Mobile App for its Enterprise HCM Platform
Avature, a leading SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) provider of Human Capital Management software, has announced the release of its Mobile App Builder and the immediate availability of its first enterprise app designed to support event management and campus recruiting.
SaaS vendors set to become legacy dinosaurs
It has been popular to discuss the impending doom of on premise software business models.
SaaS: The Future for Software Developers
Many software developers have built their business from the ground up, starting with a can-do attitude and a few bits of kit in the garage.
Should cloud contracts be more transparent?
SaaS contracts often have ambiguous terms regarding the maintenance of data confidentiality, data integrity and recovery after a data loss incident, leading to dissatisfaction among cloud services users.
Global SaaS usage hits 70%
Adoption of software as a service (SaaS) has grown dramatically among users of enterprise software solution across the world.
Global cloud market to pass US$109bn
BPaaS represents largest public cloud services market segment, while IaaS is the fastest-growing area.
New licensing program for StorageCraft MSPs
Kiwi managed service providers offered chance to build their businesses around backup and disaster recovery as-a-Service.
Xero enters NZX 50
Online accounting software company admitted to prestigious club five years after first listing.
Navman outsources hardware to focus on SaaS platform
New Zealand hardware development team to transfer to new OEM partner, CalAmp.
Autotask establishes ANZ office
Hosted business management software company responds to 'dramatic' local growth.
Author-it launches in cloud
Auckland-based business introduces SaaS model following two years of beta trials.
10 trends for 2011
Quest Software shares predictions based on latest experts' survey.
Securing data in the cloud
The market for authentication solutions is growing, as Vince Lee, Regional Manager, Australia and New Zealand for SafeNet explains.
Chch devs release new work order management platform
SaaS offering allows managers to make sure their systems are working together.
Adobe picks direct SaaS model for CS5.5
Adobe goes the Software as a Service route for flagship Creative Suite