VMware is riding the crest of a wave and claims it is the fastest growing software company in history, recording global revenue of $5.21 billion for the last financial year alone.
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Networking giant Cisco is undergoing a “massive revolution” as it moves to an outcome-based consumption model with the rise of software-defined networking, Internet-of-Everything and the application-centric data centre.
Thousands of partners recently converged on Melbourne Convention Centre for the largest ever Australian Cisco Live!. A key part of the event,the Cisco World of Business Solutions, showcased the latest technology from Cisco and its many channel partners.
Sydney reseller, ALL.IT, has helped start a smart "groundscraper" revolution in the heart of Melbourne. The Brookvale-based consultant has delivered the Lifestyle Working Collins Street project, in connection with Stable Group, Cisco and Lend Lease. The Victoria Harbour 'groundscraper' delivers a connected small business community a space where voice and data connection is democratised and solar panels come with ownership. It also comes with all the green bells and whistles one would suppose of a smart green-building. The first building from ALL.IT, Stable and Cisco was built in Brookvale, Sydney.
Australian ICT infrastructure solutions firm, UXC Connect, has won the Alcatel-Lucent Global transformational Partner of the Year Award for its Cloud unified communications.
Riverbed has recorded explosive growth in adoption of its WAN acceleration service for Microsoft Office 365 and recently passed one million clients.
Symantec has partnered Big Data platform provider Splunk to help bolster its security intelligence operations.
Chris Trevitt will focus on driving EMC’s partner activities in 2014 and beyond.
New Zealand broadband infrastructure company Chorus has appointed Mark Tod and Mike Lott to replace outgoing general manager Victoria Crone.
Software maker CA Technologies has appointed Hope Powers to lead it’s A/NZ operations after Bill McMurray decided to leave the company.
The channel is no stranger to the overhyped ‘next big thing’ and marketing departments delight in coming up with pithy catch-all labels for revolutionary technology. Now we have the Internet-of-Things (IoT) and the more expansive Internet of Everything (IoE) as the world’s largest networking vendor, Cisco has dubbed it.
Hitachi Data Systems A/NZ has unveiled a new Cloud services division in a grand bid to take advantage of a “powerful” shift in the market.
Software provider, Pegasystems, has opened its new Sydney office after another year of solid growth and revenues of $500 million.
Australian and New Zealand (A/NZ) Vodafone customers will soon have access to the world’s largest 4G international roaming network at no extra cost.
A new flaw in popular dating app Tinder has left millions of users open to being tracked by anyone with a ‘rudimentary’ technical backround.