Hitachi Vantara A/NZ has partnered with VMware on locally-developed 'Quick Start' bundles for deploying hyperconverged private cloud and hybrid cloud solutions.
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Customer adoption of managed security services is expected to rise exponentially across Asia Pacific, driven by demand in A/NZ and Singapore.
Google has acquired VMware vSphere private cloud infrastructure provider CloudSimple, allowing for Google to provide fully-integrated VMware migration.
VMware's Carbon Black is set to open a data centre in Australia in the first half of 2020.
- Matt Walterhausen named Unisys APAC sales lead
- Tech Data extends Akamai deal to New Zealand
- Tableau launches revamped partner program
- Dell reveals new service offering, autonomous infrastructure system
- Private equity firm buys Tech Data for US$5.4B
- Linux, containers, Kubernetes the standard for IT’s next era: IBM CEO Ginni Rometty
- Microsoft focuses on user experience with Azure portal updates
- Bitdefender reveals A/NZ gameplan
- Behind Hills' laser focus on distribution
- DXC deepens VMware offering through multi-cloud managed services
- Hills exits AV business with sale to Amber Technology
- Silver Peak signs A/NZ distribution deal with Westcon-Comstor
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