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Ricoh selects Juniper Networks to modernise its network infrastructure
Ricoh was able to reduce its operational workloads through the unified configuration of network devices.
How blockchain can foster initiative
"As blockchain technology continues to develop, new domains and industries will emerge."
Kiwi UC provider becomes a Microsoft Co-Sell partner
"Becoming a Microsoft Co-Sell partner is a big deal for New Zealand technology providers."
The best VPNs: How to safely transfer files
Finding the best VPN for torrenting and file transfer isn’t an easy task.
EVworld highlights: It’s back and bigger than ever
The growth of the EV community in NZ is made evident by the scale of the event this year.
Jumping off point: Edge computing in retail
"The launch of Amazon Australia in December 2017 cemented the irrevocable change in the buying habits of Australians."
Transforming data management into a competitive advantage
"With so much data around, it’s vital for organisations to extract value from it."
Node4 could help companies get extra value from the cloud
N4Stack will integrate Azure SQL, CosmosDB and Azure Active Directory to provide customers with a hybrid service model.
Why a cloud-first approach is the only valid one
"The combination of PaaS, SaaS and IaaS models has levelled the playing field."
A/NZ businesses are struggling to embrace digital transformation
A/NZ businesses are trailing behind their global counterparts when it comes to embracing disruptive technology.
Banking on success with a multi-cloud approach
"Leveraging a multi-cloud ecosystem will empower banks to remain competitive in an evolving market."
Fitzroy Engineering selects Kordia for SD-WAN rollout
“With reduced total cost through centralised management, the appeal of SD-WAN is apparent."
Is AI the ‘silver bullet’ IT decision makers make it out to be?
"It's worrying to see that the hype around AI is deceiving so many IT decision makers."
Exclusive: How Red Hat encourages digital transformation
"It’s all about leveraging technology to get the best outcomes for customers."
Macquarie Telecom announces Sydney data center development
Macquarie Telecom announced the expansion of its existing Macquarie Park Intellicenter to a 43MW campus.
Understanding Appier’s AI-driven marketing automation solution
AIQUA is a proactive marketing automation platform that helps marketers harness the power of AI.
Apple ecosystem management systems on the rise in A/NZ
IT managers are creating a flexible and productive workforce with ecosystem management systems.
Why Complexica’s CRM system landed them a business award
"What's unique about our approach is the use of large external data sets to automatically identify opportunities and potential problems."
Hello helpdesk: Is it time to step up service levels where it matters most?
How unified endpoint management systems can improve the helpdesk experience.
HPE and TACC build the world’s first solar-powered supercomputer
Hikari also leverages the Apollo 8,000 warm water cooling system.
Lenovo implements water cooling at the University of Birmingham
The university project, which is the first of its kind in the UK, is projected to reduce cooling energy by up to 83%.
How disaster recovery is evolving in NZ
"Businesses are waking up to the fact that their workplace recovery plans may not be fit for purpose."
Diligent and Brainloop fortify cloud governance offering
"We look forward to bolstering Diligent’s presence in the high-growth DACH region and throughout Europe."
Why NEXTDC believes corporate social responsibility is vital
NEXTDC announced its new corporate social responsibility program, committing to improving local communities.