Oracle promises lower costs for cloud
Oracle has announced new programs that lower costs by delivering increased automation and flexibility, and enabling customers to get more value from their existing software investments.
VMware helps customers into multi-cloud
At VMworld 2017 Europe in Barcelona last week, advancements to its cloud management platform to help customers deploy, operate and manage IT infrastructure and application services across a multi-cloud landscape were announced.
Stash reaches 12 000
Investment App - Stash by Liberty has proven to be a major hit amongst young South Africans – with 12 000 users since this year’s Android launch in April.
Gemalto rolls out on VMware Cloud via AWS
Gemalto has announced that its SafeNet data encryption and key management solutions are now available to customers of VMware Cloud on AWS.
IFA: Windows 10 Creators Update lands in October
Last week in Berlin at IFA, Microsoft announced that the next update of Windows 10, the Fall Creators Update, will be available worldwide next month.
Red Hat releases new Linux
Red Hat has announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 with new automation capabilities designed to limit IT complexity while enhancing security.
Aruba brings asset tracking into the wireless network
Aruba has unveiled an asset tracking solution that is fully integrated into a wireless infrastructure, meaning that a complex process becomes simplified, and allows full integration at dramatically reduced costs.
Windows 10 updates creativity
The third major Windows update - Windows Creators Update - has is currently being rolled out across the globe, offering a variety of new tools and functions including 3D support, mixed reality and enhanced security.
Microsoft opens two data centres in South Africa
Data centres in Johannesburg and Cape Town mark the beginning of the software giant's direct data presence across the continent.
Dell promises to simplify IoT
As companies face the challenge of analysing massive amounts of data generated by connected devices, says Dell, computing must moves from the centre to the edge.