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Gartner projects worldwide IT spending will total $3.9 trillion in 2021, representing an increase of 6.2 per cent compared to 2020.
Microsoft launched its ‘new commerce experience’ for Azure in its CSP program in 2019. Now, it has laid out its timeline for phase-out of the old Azure CSP ‘offer’ the new experience was supposed to replace.
AWS has revealed new and updated courses for partners in the areas of advanced migration, security governance and machine learning.
SAP and Microsoft have taken their partnership to a new symbiotic level, with each company looking to push each other’s services on their own platforms in an attempt to figure out new working norms.
IBM hopes this year will see it return to growth after its full-year results for 2020 revealed revenue contractions across several of its business segments, with the exception of cloud and cognitive software.
Microsoft Azure combines a wide range of cognitive services and a solid platform for machine learning that supports automated ML, no-code/low-code ML, and Python-based notebooks.
For software developers and IT, the self-service pay-as-you-go cloud model seems like a dream come true. But then the bill comes due.
The initial pandemic-prompted rush to new tech may be behind us, but a longer-term pipeline of accelerated digital transformation activity is emerging.
Partners in Microsoft’s Cloud Solution Provider program now have access to perpetual software licences with their entry into general availability.
Citrix hopes to accelerate its business model transition to the cloud and strategy to become a complete SaaS-based work platform operator after buying collaborative work management provider Wrike.
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.
The one-app-for-all Outlook will run within a browser as a replacement for the Windows, Mac, iOS and Android editions of the vendor's popular email app.
Google Cloud edged AWS and Azure in new report which compared performance and cost using online transaction processing benchmarks.
Rhipe, NTT Data and Adobe Systems have been named as winners in the inaugural Microsoft APAC Partner Awards, for 2020.
With many companies eyeing “hybrid” workplace strategies this year, Facebook is looking to bolster its Workplace platform to make collaboration easier.
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.
Many businesses are investing heavily in digital transformation, gearing up their cultures to deliver more capabilities aligned to customer needs.
Cloud storage vendor Dropbox is to cull 11 per cent of its global workforce in order to “create a healthy and thriving business” for 2021.
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A look inside the comprehensive remote training and certifications options now available via the AWS partner network
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