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Multicloud possible liberator for APAC’s monopolising cloud market
By 2022 IDC expects the top four clouds in APAC will be the destination of choice for a whopping 70 percent of workloads.
IDC: NZ IT services market will near $4B in 2023
As cloud adoption grows with every company seeking the competitive advantage it can provide, the opportunities in IT services are expanding in kind.
Mission-critical migration just like an 'Extreme Makeover'
Virtustream's Anthony Wales discusses how cloud migration can be compared to home renovation 'reality' TV shows.
NZ’s $3.45bil IT services market fueled by competitive advantage
"With regards to cloud adoption, organisations are prioritising innovation and security over cost and scalability.”
EU cloud adoption rising, but still far from mainstream
Cloud adoption is surging among some European Union (EU) nations but it still has a way to go to becoming commonplace across the board
Opinion: Top 5 myths about cloud adoption in Asia
Dell Boomi's Asia MD says there are a number of myths holding back cloud adoption, despite it being the obvious future.
Cloud adoption: How do Australia & New Zealand stack up?
"While the cloud is now global, cultural differences will always be reflected in even small ways."
Seeing past the complexity of a cloud-based future
"Analysts such as Gartner forecast that 41% of enterprise revenue will come from digital business by 2020."
Why you should be bold with your cloud strategy
"With a comparatively slower adoption of the cloud, Australian enterprises must approach cloud migration with the agility of a start-up to truly embrace innovation."
EMEA leading global cloud adoption race – but it’s not all good news
A new report has revealed cloud adoption is rife in EMEA, but despite this, most organisations lack even the most basic security tools.
Survey: Vast majority of businesses moving VMs to cloud
Today Druva released the results of its survey to determine the state of virtualisation in the cloud, with a number of interesting findings.
You’re invited: Azure experts share cloud success secrets
For a business just wanting to do what’s necessary, it can often be difficult to cut through the noise.
Stalemate: Businesses aware of cloud benefits but wary of risks
A new Gartner survey of senior executives has revealed enterprises want to take their storage to the cloud - but are being held back by the 'risks'.
Why information management systems are moving to the cloud
"Traditional ECM is no longer enough to fill the complex needs of a digitally-transformed business."
Cloud maturity lacking in APAC – IDC says MSPs could be the answer
New research has emerged that shows the majority of organisations in Asia Pacific (APAC) are struggling to cross the cloud chasm.
IDC - IT service providers key to unleashing agility
Organisations can gain digital maturity through externally sourced services like IT outsourcing and managed services.
New study shows how businesses can save up to 35% off their AWS bill
A main driver behind cloud adoption is the cost savings involved, but a new study has revealed the majority of businesses are wasting their budget.
IBM betting big on multi-cloud with raft of new technologies
At its annual THINK event, IBM has made its intentions clear with the tech colossus investing heavily to bolster its multi-cloud strategy.
Expert explains fighting cloud’s ‘biggest security risk’ – the user
Routed's director says while cloud providers are responsible for securing the cloud, only the organisation can secure how they use it.
New report finds race to the cloud in EMEA outpacing cybersecurity
The relentless rush to cloud adoption is coming at the detriment to cybersecurity with some countries in EMEA worse than others.
Ovum: Cloud-native development cannot be ignored by any organisation
For many, the question is no longer whether a business should venture into cloud-native, but how - Ovum has some advice for organisations.
EBOOK: How to avoid the pitfalls of enterprise cloud adoption
One of the biggest concerns businesses have about moving to the cloud is sacrificing the security and control of having your applications on-premise.
Enterprise finance applications finding their way to the cloud - MYOB
“For the first time in 2017, we saw cloud ERP adoption overtake on-premise installations in the Australia and New Zealand markets."
Alarming majority of businesses have misconceptions about cloud
"Our research backed up our assumptions that the primary responsibility for data management lies with the customer."