Good news for businesses using Microsoft's Azure cloud platform: their infrastructure bills may be shrinking come February.
Microsoft announced that it will be permanently reducing the prices for its Dv2 compute instances by up to 17 percent next month, depending on the type of instance and what it's being used for. Users will see the greatest savings if they're running higher performance Linux instances -- up to 17 percent lower prices than they've been paying previously. Windows instance discounts top out at a 13 percent reduction compared to current prices.
ARN welcomes female leaders for WIICTA Alumnae Q2 in Melbourne
ARN welcomed the leading female front runners of the industry for the inaugural Women in ICT Awards (WIICTA) Alumnae breakfast in Melbourne, offering insight and guidance around the topics of female leadership and paths to success in the future.
Why partners must widen the security net to safeguard customers
Hackers are squeezing through the smallest of security vulnerabilities to cause maximum damage, creating increased levels of customer concern across Australia. This exclusive ARN Elevate cut through complexity to provide a framework to combat far-reaching and wide-ranging security threats, offering insight into the opportunities ahead in 2018.
Building the blocks for hybrid cloud growth through the channel
This exclusive ARN Roundtable, in association with Equinix, outlined how the channel can build the blocks for future hybrid cloud growth, assessing the next steps in delivering innovative services and solutions to an evolving customer base.