Datacentre operator, NEXTDC (ASX:NXT), has posted its highest six month earnings as it looks to more than double its total capacity in coming years.
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Partner potential increases as flagship brands such as Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Air New Zealand pursue digital agendas.
Makes staff cuts and other cost cutting measures as company looks for a fast turnaround
As businesses realise the importance of removing the IT shackles, in the quest for increased innovation, future-proofing the data centre has become a leading priority. Driven by a relentless need for more agility, control, simplicity and scale, partners are now tasked with creating full solution sets to meet the new demands of the customer. But in a data centre driven world there is no silver bullet, rather an assortment of solutions that when combined, align with the digital transformation priorities of Australian businesses. This ARN Connect event, in association with Exclusive Networks and BigTec, sidestepped the hype to look at the bigger industry picture, peeling back the infrastructure layers to outline how partners can Transform the Data Centre One Block at a Time. Photos by Maria Stefina.
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Software giant, Oracle, has expanded its cloud coverage in Australia, bringing its, cloud platform to the local market and becoming the only vendor to offer SaaS, PaaS and IaaS to local partners.
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As a challenger brand, resellers can also look forward to extensive support from both Leader and Ubiquiti as they ramp up presence in Australia. Read more