Eighty per cent of the world is going to have super computing power by 2020, and to make that future a reality, businesses must adapt to change, according to VMware end-user computing executive vice-president and general manager, Sanjay Poonen.
Global provider of Cloud management software for information technology (IT) solution partners, SkyKick, has expanded operations in the Asia-Pacific region to support delivery of a new category of Cloud software called Cloud management.
VMware's sponsors and partners used the opportunity at VMworld 2015 to showcase some of their technologies. At an exhibition hall, these vendors educated those that popped by their stands on these solutions and addressed some of the issues surrounding mobility, datacentres, and the Cloud. SOme of the big names there included f5, Palo Alto Networks, HP, Intel, Samsung, and Symantec.
The mobile space is changing the way businesses operate. As such, businesses need to adopt five key imperatives during this digital economy, according to VMware CEO, Pat Gelsinger.
VMware has kicked off VMworld 2015 in San Francisco and the first day saw keynotes from its president and CEO, Carl Eschenbach; executive vice-president and general manager, Bill Fathers; and executive vice-president and general manager of SDDC, Raghu Raghuram; amongst others. VMware also made Cloud-related announcements and demonstrated its latest technology.
VMware aims to transform the datacentre and virtualise 100 per cent of workloads. And to do that, it aims to enable a true hybrid Cloud platform, according to its president and CEO, Carl Eschenbach.
The achievements of Microsoft’s Australian partners over the past year have been recognised through a number of prestigious awards announced at the 2015 Microsoft Australia Partner Conference (APC) on the Gold Coast. The Microsoft Australia Partner Awards showcased partners delivering innovative solutions and services to customers, with many embracing Microsoft’s Cloud solutions. Awards were presented in 17 categories. The winners were chosen from more than 170 nominations. With more than 11,000 partners in Australia it was a competitive field. Photos by ARN Editor, ALLAN SWANN.
Password-based authentication is no longer capable of meeting the demands of modern information security.
Cisco and Apple announced a deal to integrate iOS devices more tightly with enterprise networks and Cisco collaboration tools.
The achievements of Microsoft’s Australian partners over the past year have been recognised through a number of prestigious awards announced at the 2015 Microsoft Australia Partner Conference (APC).
Sure, hitting your move, exercise, and stand goals are great, but being able to compete and compare your stats with friends could make the experience so much better.
ARN hosted a distributor roundtable at Cafe Del Mar in Sydney, at which attendees and their partners discussed the changing role of the traditional IT distributor. They spoke about the challenges of digital disruption, the blurring lines of the channel in the age of digital transformation, and examined the ever-evolving business models. This roundtable was sponsored by Distribution Central, Exclusive Networks, Rhipe, and Hemisphere Technologies. Photos by ARN Editorial Director, Mike Gee.
When it comes to questions asked online, which ones are best handled by a machine, and which ones require human intervention? Facebook thinks it can perform the triage with M, its new personal digital assistant.
Facebook has appointed Stephen Scheeler to the role of A/NZ managing director. The role is a promotion for Scheeler, who previously held the position of head of retail and automotive at the company.
My full review of the new OS -- in short, it's a winner.
IBM is calling for entrepreneurs to participate in its fourth SmartCamp in Australia, to be held in Melbourne on September 15.
The number of annual purchases made via mobiles, tablets, desktops and other connected devices should reach 125 billion annually by 2018.
A new report claims that Apple will release Apple Watch 2 in 2016 and unveil new sensor-equipped smart bands.
The MobileFusion app lets you scan 3D objects with your phone, but it's more a promise than reality.
Application delivery company, A10 Networks, has signed on Melbourne-based network specialist, SoftnetX as its first professional services partner in Australia.