How Microsoft is building on widespread approval of Windows 10 to entice developers to develop on its platform.
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Why Microsoft has a strong grasp on how customers’ IT environments are evolving.
Meaghan McGrath, Research Analyst, Technology Business Research offers insight into the increasingly competitive public Cloud market.
“Consider that the SaaS subscription enterprise deal has the potential to be the last negotiation of it’s kind with any degree of buyer power."
While most organisations are likely to benefit from big data, the technology needed to underpin a data analytic strategy often looks different for various organisations.
“Managed security services are giving businesses a new way to keep pace."
"I wish they would stop bullying Apple and the technology industry around and spend their time and energy instead on figuring out how to rise to the challenge."
To the Internet Service Provider outsiders, and those removed from the markets Down Under, a common misconception remains…
Mobile World Congress 2016 will bring in a flurry of new phone announcements to kick off the year.
Gone are the days when you could predict - with a fair degree of confidence - what the top two or three trends were going to be at Mobile World Congress.
Less than five years ago, Oracle faced criticism for apparently “missing” the cloud.
"There's a re-think among channel suppliers about what they offer as part of their core business and how to offer it."
“It is tough to judge the full impact on partners, particularly for its IT services and SI partners..."
The traditional telecoms industry is shrinking. Vendors selling into CSP capex budgets are understandably nervous.
Despite advances in data centre technology, management, and automation, there is still a lack of visibility into the business drivers that influence infrastructure costs.
Microsoft Learn represents a new hands-on approach to learning that aims to help all stakeholders achieve their goals faster