Original design manufacturers’ public cloud hardware and software offering is eating into the market share of vendors such as Dell EMC and HPE.
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Microsoft has struck a deal to acquire machine learning start-up Bonsai as part of its efforts to boost developers' AI capabilities.
F5 Networks’ local managing director Robert Malkin has been named as Commvault’s new area vice president in Australia and New Zealand, replacing Dan Kieran.
Oracle’s Bring Your Own Licence offering continues to be a bright spot for the tech giant, with BYOL deployments driving customers to purchase new licences.
GitHub is rolling its education offerings into a single free bundle for schools, effectively seeing the company’s soon-to-be-new owner Microsoft deepen its education sector play.
Cisco has released new developer capabilities across its intent-based networking platform and open APIs into its Cisco DNA Centre.
Microsoft has unveiled details of a new partner community for the intelligent edge, a new category of Windows 10 devices and a new Windows 10 IoT Core Services offering.
Dell Technologies has reported a 19 per cent year-on-year revenue surge for the three months ending 4 May, but the debt burden remains a challenge.
SAP is partnering up with heavyweight consulting firms Accenture, Capgemini and Deloitte in a bid to accelerate customer adoption of its S/4HANA Cloud offering.
VMware’s strategic collaboration with technology partners such as IBM and AWS helped to bolster the vendor’s revenue tally during the first quarter.
Gitlab is making a play to scoop up users of competing code repository provider Github after reports Microsoft has struck a deal to acquire the code repository operator.
Apple appears to be creeping up towards Samsung in smartphone sales to end users, with the iPhone maker shipping 54.06 million units in the first quarter.
Datacom launches four new business units aligned to its go-to-market strategies and shakes up its executive leadership line-up in future-proofing efforts.
Avaya is looking to “energise” its existing partner ecosystem while establishing at least some new relationships to plug potential gaps.
Global hyper-scale cloud vendors collectively forked out at least US$27 billion in capital expenditure over the three months ending March.