Microsoft closed the first quarter of 2019 with a worldwide market share of 17 per cent of the enterprise software-as-a-service market.
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Exclusive Networks Pacific and Transitions Systems have combined into one single organisation under the Exclusive Networks banner.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has launched a program to help partners gain expertise to sell Intelligent Edge solutions.
Microsoft will introduce new discount for partners in the CSP program to help increase services-based profitability, as of October.
Google Cloud has extended its committed use discounts for its Compute Engine services to include GPUs, cloud TPU pods and local SSDs.
Dell EMC enterprise president for Asia Pacific and Japan David Webster is to leave the vendor by the end of May.
NetSuite has unveiled SuiteLife, a new program to enable new partners to sell and deliver NetSuite solutions to customers in 90 days.
Cisco customers using Small Business RV320 and RV325 who updated the online management interface for the dual gigabit WAN VPN routers in January will need to update it again.
AT&T has been providing a whole suite of solutions to help the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Formula 1 teams across the world make better use of data.
Datto has launched a program to provide support and resources for vendors that want to integrate their solutions with the back-up and disaster recovery vendor.
Dell Boomi wants to leverage its relationship with its parent company, Dell Technologies, in a way it promises will benefit partners.
Australian-founded software powerhouse Atlassian has entered into an agreement to acquire enterprise agile planning software provider AgileCraft in a deal valued at US$166 million.
Deloitte has acquired Converging Data Australia, a Sydney-based risk consulting business with expertise in Splunk technologies.
F5 Networks has entered into a definitive agreement to buy Telstra-backed web server Nginx in a deal valued at US$670 million.
Okta has entered into an agreement to acquire Azuqua, a cloud-based business application integration and workflow automation provider, for up to $74.5 million.
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