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  • How a giant like GE found home in the Cloud

    During the past few years, leaders at General Electric have been aggressively migrating the 123-year-old company to the Cloud. But it hasn’t been easy. GE’s CTO for IT explains what roadblocks the industrial giant encountered, and what he’s doing now to ensure other companies who follow suit have a smoother journey.

  • IN PICTURES: Salesforce World Tour 2016 in Melbourne (+30 photos)

    Cloud computing company, ​Salesforce, recently hosted its World Tour in Melbourne to share its vision on the ‘Age of the Customer’ and the opportunities this presents for Australian organisations. The event also showcased innovation and the building of the knowledge economy.​ Here are some photos from the event.

  • Telstra and Interlinked take out Ingram Micro global Cloud awards

    ​Telstra has won a major Ingram Micro global Cloud award - the Odin 2016 Cloud Partner Award for Excellence in Cloud Services. And Sydney-based telecom solutions and Cloud computing provider, Interlinked, has taken out the 2016 Ingram Micro Cloud Partner marketplace award for APAC.​

  • IN PICTURES: ARN Cloud Executive Lunch (+39 photos)

    The ARN Cloud Executive Lunch brought together a group of industry experts who illustrated how they approached the Cloud market in a unique way, the challenges, opportunities and successes they had seen, and offered advice for those who are still making the transition. The lunch was sponsored by Dicker Data. Photos by ARN Editorial Director, Mike Gee.

  • IN PICTURES: The Distributor is the New Age Facilitator - An ARN Roundtable, Sydney, 18.02.16 (+45 photos)

    The market has disrupted – the traditional IT distribution channel is being challenged and it is impacting business models. As such, the role of the distributor needs to evolve to keep up with current times. In addition, the engagements between resellers, distributors, facilitators, and vendors are changing, causing ISVs to become suppliers and competing vendors to collaborate with each other. From a distribution perspective, competitors are now working together too. As the discussion moves away from talking about the push down from vendor to reseller to partner, to how knowledge sharing flows through the channel, businesses should start looking for ways where they can add value to this changing role of the partner. This exclusive roundtable discussed the way the channel is changing, how partner go-to-market strategies are evolving to become integrated networks, how businesses should collaborate with each other to go quicker to market and ways it can support an end-to-end Cloud strategy. The roundtable was sponsored by rhipe. Photos by ARN Editorial Director, Mike Gee

  • IN PICTURES: ARN Backup and Disaster Recovery Roundtable, Sydney, 17.02.16

    When disaster strikes, it is not just data that needs restoring, but the full working environment, which means disaster recovery. No doubt the increasing use of virtualisation and the transition towards Cloud computing is changing the way backup and disaster recovery are being carried out. With the growing reliance on Cloud, many organisations are opting for a hybrid Cloud model, whereby Cloud storage and Cloud backup are paired with an on-premise backup appliance. It is an ideal way to expedite data recovery and meet demanding SLAs. This exclusive roundtable highlighted the latest partner opportunities, discuss customer pain points and market trends (including the emergence of disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) and the growing adoption of Cloud backup), and examine the latest state of play. The roundtable was sponsored by Bulletproof, Storagecraft and Veritas. Photos by ARN Editorial Director, Mike Gee.