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GUEST OPINION by Mark Fazackerley, Regional Vice President Australia and New Zealand at Talend:  Thanks to vast reserves of many resources, including oil, coal and minerals, Australia’s resources sector has grown to become a crucial part of the national economy.

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GUEST OPINION by Linton Burling, GM, Vault Cloud:  At the start of 2020, IDC predicted that public and private cloud spending would outperform “traditional IT spending” – think on-premise IT and legacy applications - in the forthcoming year. Of course, they weren’t accounting for a global pandemic, which has sent cloud spending into the stratosphere, while traditional IT spending wanes.

Published in Guest Opinion
Monday, 08 March 2021 11:04

Vocus NZ selects ExtraHop security platform

Fibre and network solutions provider Vocus has deployed the cloud-native security platform Reveal(x) from enterprise cyber analytics provider ExtraHop.

Published in Deals

Indian IT services outsourcing company Tata Consultancy Services is partnering with Australian energy company AGL to deliver an organisation-wide cloud transformation program for AGL.

Published in Energy

IBM and Red Hat today announced millions of existing IBM-based applications would now be enabled for modernisation through Red Hat OpenShift.

Published in Open Source
Friday, 23 October 2015 09:08

Integration in a hybrid environment

iTWire visited MuleSoft's San Francisco headquarters to hear from the horse's - the mule's? - mouth about why integration is still so important.

Published in CRM

The world's top banks are recognising the role of IT in supporting growth and innovation in an increasingly competitive market where customer demand is becoming ever more sophisticated. Every one of the top 10 global banks, including household names like Barclays, have turned to Micro Focus® (LSE.MCRO.L), the leading provider of enterprise application modernisation, testing and management solutions, to help them modernise their business-critical applications. These organisations and a number of other leading banks around the world - such as ABN-AMRO, Banco di Desio, DnB Nor, Lloyds Banking Group, RBS, Standard Bank and Standard Chartered Bank -- have adopted more flexible IT environments with a view to improve staff productivity, customer satisfaction and time to market for new services.

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