HPE has put its acquisition of BlueData and MapR to good use, making the Kubernetes-based container platform it built up from the companies’ solutions generally available.
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STT has completed its investment of a majority stake in CloudCover, a cloud-centric service provider serving the Southeast Asia and India markets.
Dell Technologies World 2020 will run as a virtual event in response to rising coronavirus concerns across local, regional and global markets.
When an application is truly down and impacts business operations, few desire the pressure of the war room.
Google Cloud is helping mitigate rising coronavirus concerns in Asia through increased collaboration at public and private sector levels.
DXC has appointed Ken Corless as executive vice president of Offerings and Strategic Partners, amid plans to standardise key products.
The popular marketplace moved everything to Google Cloud, after Google brought in engineers, not sales reps, during the proposal process.
HCD is a design framework centred around end-user desires and needs. Implementing it can help a company design and deliver high-quality products.
Google Cloud has revealed how it plans to work with telecommunication companies around the world and some of the major players it will collaborate with to do so.
Network automation is gaining ground as enterprises look to streamline network device management, reduce human error and speed problem resolution.
Amazon Web Services has cancelled its upcoming Singapore Summit due to continued concerns about Covid-19.
The government in Singapore is leveraging the technology capabilities of channel partners to help businesses manage the impacts of Covid-19.
Microsoft has partnered with Telkomsel to provide outlying regions in Indonesia with enhanced connectivity and solutions, underpinned by cloud.
Cisco will meld its Intelligent Edge with Microsoft’s Azure IoT Hub to make transferring data from edge devices to applications in the Azure cloud.
Andrew Tan has resigned from his role as managing director of JOS Singapore, after leading the tech provider’s transformation for almost four years.
On the chance that the COVID-19 virus forces masses of employees to work from home, this could be the time to review disaster recovery plans.
The coronavirus outbreak, first reported from Wuhan in China in late December, has quickly spread to become a global emergency.
Demand for on-premises data centre equipment is shrinking as organisations move workloads to the cloud. But hyperconverged infrastructure is thriving.
Microsoft is exploring the option of building data centres in Indonesia, joining AWS and Google Cloud in an increasingly competitive market.
Dell declined to factor in the coronavirus into its upcoming earnings guidance, but said that CPU shortages still haven't totally alleviated.
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