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Every business in the Australian 'app economy' is now a software company and custom-built apps are now fundamental to any organisation's success.
What's new at CA Technologies? Turns out the company has been quietly trying to reinvent itself as a top provider of enterprise products for managing cloud services and mobile devices, extending its expertise beyond in-house IT management.
The channel seems as mixed in its adoption of Privacy Act reforms now as it was confused about the changes when they were introduced on March 12 with much huffing and puffing and the odd threat.
IT management software vendor, CA Technologies, has appointed Ian Yip to grow its security business across the northern regions of Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ).
CA Technologies has landed its first major Australian customer in its bid to bring Cloud to the mainframe.
Amazon, PayPal, Google, Microsoft and Facebook have emerged as the preferred identity providers with the rise of Bring Your Own Identity (BYOID).
Verizon has appointed George Fischer as senior vice president of global sales.
Enterprise application software company, SAP, has invested further in its local Cloud play with the appointment of John Ruthven as chief operating officer for Australia and New Zealand.
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In the second part of this interview, Carl Terrantroy, senior director, partner sales for ANZ at CA Technologies, speaks to Reseller News on the sidelines of the company’s IT Leaders Forum in Auckland, on the company's focus areas for the region and the ways it wants to enter new market segments.
In the first part of this interview, Carl Terrantroy, senior director, partner sales for ANZ at CA Technologies, speaks to Reseller News on the sidelines of the company’s IT Leaders Forum in Auckland, on the changes he has implemented since taking on a channel role, and how he plans to add partners within each portfolio of solutions.
The public Cloud has long been touted as a transformational technology for business, but has the industry itself bought into the hype?
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