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ViFX partners with VMware to drive software defined enterprise in NZ
ViFX has teamed up with VMware to 'lead the charge' for the software defined data centre in New Zealand.
Commvault and Nutanix strengthen partnership with data management offering
Commvault and Nutanix have expanded their strategic partnership with new data protection solutions for invisible infrastructure.
Availability to the remote office: Myth or reality?
The perception is a data centre in a head office is capable of everything needed for the company; but can the remote office live up to expectations?
Gartner on SDN: Delivering business agility
SDN is creating a lot of excitement, emerging with the promise of flexible workload mobility, as well as programmatic configuration and control.
Can virtualisation solve the data control problem?
“Our research clearly identified two major challenges faced by IT executives - the copy data proliferation problem and the copy data access problem."
Industry trends MSPs need to get their heads around - fast!
These activities are critical to ensuring that the MSP remains perpetually valuable to customers and profitable as a business.
Getting real about virtual centres of excellence
"Forward-looking companies are moving away from centralised, exclusive enclaves devoted to analytics to more open, collaborative virtual centres."
Ingram Micro becomes one-stop virtualisation shop
Ingram Micro has inked an exclusive distribution deal with AppSense, which the distributor says will make it a 'one-stop shop for virtualisation.
Insentra named exclusive distie in ANZ for Cloudhouse
Cloudhouse has appointed Insentra as its exclusive distributor in Australia and New Zealand for its Cloud Application Virtualisation technologies.
Veeam continues double digit growth
Veeam again clocked double-digit growth for its latest quarter, with ANZ holding off Asian counterparts to maintain the lion's share of APAC revenue.
Windows Server 2003 key opportunity for virtualisation
The imminent end of life of Windows Server 2003 is bringing a new wave of virtualisation – even if many businesses are struggling to part with it.
The biggest challenges and opportunities for the data centre
Data centres are challenged to address evolving business demands and to provide energy efficiency, resource consumption and sustainability features.
Global IT budgets hindered by ageing software
IT budgets for the coming year are not going to be breaking any world records. IT pros will need to adjust their tech buying habits due to budget cons
Top 5 enterprise wireless predictions for 2015
In 2015 Wi-Fi is set to be more important than ever for enterprises, says Salah Nassar, Ruckus Wireless, enterprise product marketing, senior manager.
Brocade refocusing on NZ channel partners
New Zealand has the opportunity to continue to move faster than other geographies, with that they need access to skills, understanding and partners to assist with that change.
Kiwi channel partners, get your competitive edge with software networking
The results of Brocade’s annual global channel survey show channel partners can achieve a competitive edge by devising a strategy based on software networking, virtualisation and the cloud.
Top security tips for virtualisation
Virtualisation is now commonplace, with many New Zealand organisations capitalising on the advantages it brings: standardisation, simplification, consolidation and control.
Asking the right questions will win you accounts, says StorageCraft VP
Listen to the hype from any backup vendor, and learn about the ‘best’ backup product, the ‘fastest’, the ‘easiest to use’ or perhaps the best for the ‘modern’ environments.
Most New Zealand businesses use VMware virtualisation technology to support their IT needs.
NZ ShoreTel partners embrace virtualised unified communications
Since its global release, ShoreTel says its partners in Australia and New Zealand have responded well to ShoreTel 14.2, the virtualised unified communications platform.
Avoiding the VM zombies
Many organisations believe virtual machine (VM) sprawl isn't an issue for their infrastructure, but the dynamic nature of virtualisation can create an army of walking dead VM’s.
Choosing physical appliances for a virtual world
The increased presence of virtualisation in organisations hasn’t lessened the need for physical backup appliances which are still a necessary part of any IT department’s infrastructure
Slim pickings as virtualisation gold rush ends
Virtualisation has gone from gold rush to slim pickings in just a year. But as Heather Wright discovers, there are still opportunities to be found.
New router hitches Alcatel-Lucent's future to software
The traditionally hardware focused vendor is blazing a new trail in software.