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Data Insight in association with IBM The channel looks at how storage software is fuelling the future of IT, as we explore analytics, insight, virtualisation and other hot topics storage plays a vital role in defining. Security Spotlight in association with Malwarebytes The channel looks at all things security, including all the news, analyses, opinion and research into these new, yet ... Read More »

VMworld 2017: Everything you need to know about VMware’s hybrid cloud strategy

Special Feature The Art Of The Hybrid Cloud Cloud computing is insatiably gobbling up more of the backend services that power businesses. But, some companies have apps with privacy, security, and regulatory demands that preclude the cloud. Here’s how to find the right mix of public cloud and private cloud. Read More VMware increasingly sees itself as the glue in ... Read More »

IDG Contributor Network: Big Data will enable better network and application intelligence in 5G

We are fortunate to live in an exciting time where multiple technological leaps are occurring. Specifically, I am thinking of the mobile industry transition from 4G to 5G, and the cross-industry IT paradigm shift to the Big Data approach. The 5G standards community is already planning to support the collection and transmission of massive amounts of data. This is one ... Read More »

​Microsoft partners with Canberra Data Centres to cash in on government IT spend

Canberra Data Centres founder and CEO Greg Boorer with Microsoft Azure Engineering Lead for Australia James Kavanagh. Image: Supplied Microsoft has announced the launch of two new Australian datacentre regions at Canberra Data Centres (CDC) to offer Australian governments access to Microsoft Azure from early 2018. CDC built its facilities in advance as top secret, which allows Microsoft to offer ... Read More »

​Microsoft partners with Canberra Data Centres to cash in on government IT spend

Canberra Data Centres founder and CEO Greg Boorer with Microsoft Azure Engineering Lead for Australia James Kavanagh. Image: Supplied Microsoft has announced the launch of two new Australian datacentre regions at Canberra Data Centres (CDC) to offer Australian governments access to Microsoft Azure from early 2018. CDC built its facilities in advance as top secret, which allows Microsoft to offer ... Read More »

IDG Contributor Network: Real world challenges between us and the Internet of Things

Many a blog line has been penned on the rich topic of the Internet of Things (IoT) but not much has been written about the real world challenges between our today and the many promises of the IoT tomorrow. Technology considerations can easily blind us “techies” to more mundane realities but, when you work as deeply in the Smart City ... Read More »

IDG Contributor Network: Real world challenges between us and the Internet of Things

Many a blog line has been penned on the rich topic of the Internet of Things (IoT) but not much has been written about the real world challenges between our today and the many promises of the IoT tomorrow. Technology considerations can easily blind us “techies” to more mundane realities but, when you work as deeply in the Smart City ... Read More »

Windows 10: Want to try new features before anyone else? You’ve missed your chance

Microsoft has now closed the Skip Ahead option to newcomers. Image: Tero Alhonen/Twitter/Microsoft Microsoft’s recently announced Skip Ahead option for Windows Insiders on the Fast run to access early new builds of Windows 10 has been shut to new members. The option would give Insiders access to the new builds of Redstone 4, the codename for the mid-2018 major Windows ... Read More »

Windows 10 after two years: Microsoft’s mixed report card

Windows 10 celebrated its second anniversary this week. By historical standards, this upgrade has been relatively free of drama, especially coming on the heels of Windows 8, an unqualified flop. The fact that we haven’t seen any major meltdowns in the Windows 10 rollout is even more impressive when considering just how big this product cycle is. Unlike in previous ... Read More »

British SMBs are underpreparing for cyber threats

Almost half of all British SMBs will spend less than £1,000 on cyber security in the next 12 months, despite almost one in five being affected by an attack in the last year. The Zurich SME Risk Index shows that 875,000 of the 5.5 million SMBs in Great Britain (ex Northern Ireland) were the victim of a cyber security incident ... Read More »

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