Toshiba has begun shipping samples of its third-generation 3D NAND memory product, a chip with 64 stacked flash cells, compared to its previous 48-layer product. The move comes as suitors are eyeing a majority share of the company's memory business.
Excluding financial services business, all the company’s segments faced losses for the first quarter
Partner potential increases as flagship brands such as Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Air New Zealand pursue digital agendas.
Managed services provider, Brennan IT, has raised the stakes in securing 50 per cent of cloud and connectivity business, Fastrack Technology, in a move designed to establish a “symbiotic relationship”.
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.
Brisbane-based IT solutions provider reports solid start to 2017.
Investments at nearly seven times the rate of overall IT spending growth as SaaS dominates.
Apple, Microsoft and Amazon have agreed to give cloud storage subscribers fairer contracts after intervention by the U.K.'s Competition and Markets Authority.
Plenary Networks, Sixtree, Qubit Consulting, Dataweave and Cloud Solutions Group come into play as consultancy giant expands cloud capabilities.
The Federal Government will review the significant IT contracts it has with its external providers as part of a new drive to deliver greater transparency of its $6.2 billion annual tech investment.
CSC Australia has been handed a state-wide, multi-year end user computing contract from the South Australian Government.
CSC and HPE Enterprise Services are set to emerge as DXC technology following the impending closure of their landmark merger.
Distributor deepens data management portfolio with localised vendor agreement.
Despite end-user enthusiasm, a confused channel remains challenged by market immaturity.
After a year of research and the ingestion of more than 1 million cyber security documents, IBM has launched its cognitive computing service, Watson, for security operations centres.
Melbourne-based business transformation consulting firm State of Matter achieves stellar growth in first year of operation.
Channel future remains uncertain as resellers await final tier verdicts.
Distributor adds partner and customer training for System x and Flex products
Kiwi distributor targets home users following trans-Tasman agreement.
Global spend increases following rapid professional services, healthcare, and banking investment growth.
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