Should we be treating the two technologies the same way?
Already a burgeoning tool in the kitbag of many cloud specialists, AI is set to become increasingly important for enterprises in the next few years.
Data centre managers need to raise the profile of available job roles and rethink hiring tactics, according to technology executives.
The COVID-19 pandemic has influenced the networking arena in a number of ways, including the rise of fully automated remote offices.
Organisations are looking for IT pros with skills that include cloud management, data analytics, network programming and security.
As AWS CEO Andy Jassy prepares to take the helm of parent company Amazon as CEO, AWS partners are turning their attention towards the type of leadership the cloud provider will adopt in the future.
Pure Storage's channel chief for Australia and New Zealand has called for a reality check in the consumption market as more vendors tout their as-a-service offerings.
Microsoft president Brad Smith has said the company wants to ramp up investment into its Bing search offering to make it “comparable” to its competitors.
The IT channel is playing an increasingly important role in driving the growth of the cloud industry around the world, as the market hits new heights.
IT pros aim to take on IoT leadership roles as organisations deploy more connected devices and build the infrastructure to support them.
Does Microsoft’s growth in cyber security represent an “existential” threat to potential competitors in the market?
So what are these “experiments”? And how concerned should we be about Google’s actions?
And you can probably guess which ones they are.
As organisations shifted to home-based work, certifying bodies saw the biggest increase in entry-level networking certifications.
The IT and business services industry is set for a shake-up after a tumultuous year, with research firm IDC flagging five key trends to keep a note of from now until 2025.
The initial pandemic-prompted rush to new tech may be behind us, but a longer-term pipeline of accelerated digital transformation activity is emerging.
The global technology sector has seen M&A activity accelerate during the COVID-19 pandemic in the second half of 2020, putting a spotlight on tech companies within the B2B and semiconductor spaces, among others.
With Covid-19 and a rising need for SASE, SD-WAN and cloud skills, businesses increasingly rely on in-house training to provide hands-on experience.
Two weeks into 2021 and the merger and acquisition (M&A) frenzy of last year already shows little sign of waning in Australia and New Zealand.
Almost 12 months on from the coronavirus pandemic’s explosion, many world-leading vendors have dramatically re-vamped their partner programs to embrace automation, flexibility and self-service.
Better Business Continuity is a top priority for companies of all sizes in 2021. The Channel will be called upon to help clients face the future with confidence. According to Hitachi Vantara, for that kind of resiliency you need to ensure continuous operations with triple redundancy, held to the strictest of service levels.. Read more