DaaS / Device-as-a-Service stories
Citrix and Google Cloud partner to make hybrid work easier
Citrix has announced that two new Citrix DaaS solutions are now available for purchase in the Google Cloud Marketplace.
Strong growth in public cloud spending to continue in 2022
Accoding to Gartner, worldwide end-user spending on public cloud services is forecast to grow 20.4% in 2022 to total US$494.7 billion.
Lexmark releases WFH bundle to channel resellers
The work-from-home package for Australian channel partners is designed to support the demand from end-customers for a simplified print solution.
Ivanti and Intel enter into partnership to offer DaaS
Intel Endpoint Management Assistant now integrates with Ivanti Neurons Platform to self-heal for remote workers.
Avaya brings Device as a Service offering to more businesses around the world
Avaya’s Device as a Service offering complements the Avaya Subscription program, which is designed to equip customers with the devices required to maximise the potential of this software, and enabling customers to purchase them in the same flexible, predictable manner.
Canalys: Not all doom and gloom for PC market
Pockets of growth, both in segments and geography, will persist, particularly in Asia Pacific, one of two regions to avoid shipment declines in 2019.
Australia’s first data centre with carbon neutral corporate operations
Data centre providers are well positioned to leverage renewable energy technology, which allows the industry to meet and exceed Australia’s greenhouse gas emission reduction target.
HP brings Device-as-a-Service to Kiwi businesses
Combining hardware, monitoring, support and management in a monthly price-per-device.
Why the channel needs full technology-aaS solutions
As the -aaS economy balloons worldwide, distributors like Synnex are moving past simple device-aaS offerings to create comprehensive TaaS solutions.
HP to provide Apple products, support as part of DaaS offering
HP is embracing mixed-device environments by offering solutions to customers extending beyond HP-manufactured hardware.
Spark gains three new TaaS certifications
The certification by the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) comes after Spark signed up its 100th TaaS customer earlier this year.
Looming AI war, AR, voice interfacing – IDC’s IT predictions for 2018 and beyond
IDC’s predictions provide a blueprint and critical new building blocks for becoming digital native enterprises.
Gartner: The battle for the cloud has not even started yet
Andrew White has an interesting framework to look at the battle for the cloud today and where he thinks it will go in the not too distant future.
Fujitsu NZ slumps into red despite revenue increase
Fujitsu New Zealand has plunged into the red with a $603,000 loss for the latest financial year, despite recording an increase in revenue.
Digital marketing & DaaS lead the way for Oracle's Data Cloud
Oracle’s general manager of its Data Cloud, Omar Tawakol, explained how he's helping data-as-a-service users find a new world of data quality.
Return Path launches Australian Data Cloud
The Return Path Data Cloud enables Australian marketers and security professionals to access a comprehensive source of data from the email ecosystem.
VMware Horizon Air cloud services coming to Australia
VMware will launch VMware Horizon Air cloud services in Australia this quarter.
Tinder 'matches' with Rackspace as it continues global expansion
Tinder is officially leveraging ObjectRocket by Rackspace to power its global matchmaking app.