Cloud - News, Features, and Slideshows
- Dell EMC attacks multi-cloud market with partners in pursuit
- Microsoft side-steps channel in direct Azure play
- Vodafone pays IBM $550M in 5G driven cloud services deal
- Coin mining malware can uninstall Tencent, Alibaba cloud security
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Channel Asia Roundtable - How can the channel capitalise on cloud?
IBM has reported higher sales in its newer businesses such as cloud, software and services, partially offsetting tapering sales in traditional divisions.
Microsoft will allow customers to bypass the channel and purchase Azure services direct, in a strategy aimed at increasing adoption among SMBs.
A coin mining malware developed by threat actor Rocke has been found to have the ability to uninstall five different cloud security products.
Vodafone is teaming up with IBM to offer businesses a way to link different cloud computing systems to support the next wave of digital advances.
SAP has launched a supply chain tracking service based on blockchain that will enable drug wholesalers to authenticate pharmaceutical packaging.
Whitepapers about Cloud
In this case study, Singapore Computer Guys talks about how SolarWinds Remote Monitoring and Management Tools allowed them to automate tasks, provide near-bulletproof IT security, and keep track of all of their assets from a single web-based dashboard. Singapore Computer Guys offer managed services to clients from various industries. These services include operational support, technology management, disaster recovery and risk management.