Alibaba Cloud's dramatic rise could potentially upturn the US-centric nature of the current global cloud services market.
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Datacom has sold its Perth iX data centre and will shut down its own Sydney and Melbourne office data centre sites after striking its new AirTrunk deal.
The local channel activity of “self-learning” wireless networking start-up, Mist Networks, could be set to ramp up after closing a US$46 million investment round.
Xero has been hit by service issues after an upgrade to a key database server resulted in an unforeseen performance degradation of some services.
Salesforce and Dropbox are expanding their strategic partnership, integrating their respective platforms for greater online collaboration capabilities.
Worldwide server revenue hit US$18.6 billion during the three months ending 2017, with Dell EMC edging to the front of pack.
The agreement with MicroChannel is the first time SAP Concur has partnered with a reseller under this type of program in Australia and New Zealand.
Schneider Electric is on the lookout for a new Pacific region operations, channels and alliances GM, as Muralee Kanagaratnam steps into a new role.
Mimecast is expanding its A/NZ operations, appointing former Citrix channel executive, Rema Lolas, to lead its local channel team.
Rimini Street hopes to be handed a $50M “refund” from Oracle more than two years after a court awarded the vendor that amount in damages.
Xero's founding CEO is stepping aside for Steve Vamos to head up the company. Now, the next phase of the company begins.
Founder Rod Drury is set to step down from his role as Xero CEO, with former Microsoft A/NZ vice president, Steve Vamos, replacing him.
Snowflake Computing is hoping to boost its expansion in the local region with the appointment of former Nimble Storage APJ vice president, Peter O’Connor.
Tomizone finished the six months ending 2017 with a $2.48 million net after-tax loss amid its ongoing transformation to become a managed service provider.
Former Fuji Xerox Australia channel executive, Garry Gray, has been named as Red Hat’s channel director in Australia and New Zealand.