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The 2015 Federal Budget could be one of the few remaining opportunities for Australia to avoid falling behind the rest of the world in terms of innovation and investment in technology.
When Apple first introduced its iPhone and iPad, not only did consumers go ballistic, the channel did too. Its launch resulted in people bringing in their mobile devices (and soon tablets of other brands) to the workplace, requesting it be used as a business productivity tool.
Cloud is the one of the ways forward in the channel, but only 50 per cent of companies were on board with the technology in 2013, Telsyte managing director, Foad Fadaghi, said. He was speaking at the keynote session of the recent rhipe Cloud Channel Summit, which was held in Sydney.
The latest ARN roundtable brought together a stellar group of industry thought leaders to tackle the topic, Revolution-as-a-Service: The changing role of distribution. This exclusive roundtable investigated the role of the distributor in the new service based world, where the opportunities for profit lie, where distributors should be focusing, specialising and differentiating – and how they can support their partners, at both the vendor and reseller level. This roundtable was sponsored by Avnet, Dicker Data, Distribution Central, Exclusive Networks, Rhipe and Westcon. Photos by ARN Editorial Director, Mike Gee.
Telsyte analyst, Rodney Gedda, has described Microsoft's shift to a subscription strategy for Windows 10 as "risky" following its launch in Redmond, Seattle.
Distribution Central explored the changing Cloud and infrastructure market at its Tomorrow’s Cloud & Infrastructure Customer partner event in Sydney on November 12 at The Establishment.
The worst kept secret in the Australian channel came to an end with Microsoft announcing the localisation of its Azure Cloud services, which will now be hosted in Australian datacentres in New South Wales and Victoria.
Cloud is driving and insatiable demand for datacentres and large overseas vendors such as IBM, AWS, Rackspace and Digital Realty are looking to cash in on one of the world’s fastest followers – Australia - in terms of adoption.
Who says storage can’t be sexy? It’s fast-paced, seeing revolutionary technological change, players are striving to innovate and meet customer’s ever-growing demands for escalating data, and it is adapting to the impact of the sexy business game-changers like Cloud computing and Big Data.
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