The IT and business services industry is set for a shake-up after a tumultuous year, with research firm IDC flagging five key trends to keep a note of from now until 2025.
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Partners in Microsoft’s Cloud Solution Provider program now have access to perpetual software licences with their entry into general availability.
Spending on cyber security around the world is expected to grow as high as 10 per cent this year, to US$60.2 billion.
The global technology sector has seen M&A activity accelerate during the COVID-19 pandemic in the second half of 2020, putting a spotlight on tech companies within the B2B and semiconductor spaces, among others.
Soon-to-be-former VMware head Pat Gelsinger’s return to Intel as its CEO is a decision that’s been heralded by some analysts as the right move for the semiconductor giant.
Strong demand for software developers, remote workplace flexibility, open source and low-coding solutions are just some of the trends that Microsoft’s predict will persist into, and past, 2021.
Talend is set to expand its partner network with the appointment of Mark Fazackerley as regional vice president of sales for Australia and New Zealand.
IT infrastructure has reached a tipping point, with spending on cloud expected to account for a greater share of spending than non-cloud environments.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has released its Network Firewall service in its Sydney region.
Annual growth in the global PC market has hit a 10-year high, driven by consumer demand stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
Cloud delivery and performance vendor Akamai Technologies has launched a new partner program and plans to roll partners over to it during the next six months.
Atos’ proposed US$10 billion acquisition of DXC Technology could mean good things for the France-based technology giant in the long run — but only if the two companies can put their cultural differences aside.
US IT services provider Cognizant is to acquire Sydney-based Servian in a move set to expand its capabilities in the Australian and New Zealand region.
Microsoft has flagged four key priorities for its partner network for the year ahead, focusing on the theme of resilience.
Larger scale digital transformation projects might be unlikely in 2021, but there's still room for some tech companies to thrive.