Dimension Data achieves VMware Cloud Verified status
White paper: Data virtualisation: The missing link to data success
One of the key challenges of FMCG companies is in having visibility across a complex, global supply chain.
Migrating virtual machines to the cloud
Customers around the world are opting to move their VMs to Google Cloud.
ITWeb surveys the changing VPN landscape
The aim of the survey, now live on ITWeb, is to examine the current status of VPN/SD-WAN adoption at South African organisations.
BCX attains VMware cloud verification status
Partners that are VMware Cloud Verified provide organisations with complete and advanced VMware Cloud technologies, along with interoperability across clouds.
Moving away from physical offices to desktops as a service
Desktops as a service is fast becoming the preferred option for many businesses as they move away from physical office spaces to remote working environments, says Troye CEO Helen Kruger.
Optimise software to improve CX in the insurance industry
Customer experience involves having efficient channels to help you build strong and lasting relationships with customers in order to generate more revenue.
Silicon Sky enhances DRaaS offering
Silicon Sky has achieved VMware DRaaS validation and enhanced its DRaaS offering to ensure continuity of on-premises or hosted critical workloads.
Silicon Sky introduces GPU-enabled VDC service
The GPU-enabled virtual data centre is the perfect fit for customers that use powerful 3D content creation applications on Windows servers.
Provide a high-definition experience on any device
The Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops service allows users to access resources from their closest cloud location, ensuring the best experience from anywhere.
Powerful anytime, anywhere user experiences through virtualisation
Virtualisation can be a potent tool and a powerful component of a holistic employee experience solution, says Alex Russell, MD, Compute Division, iOCO.
Containers complementary to VMs – not a replacement for them
Containerisation should not be seen as a replacement for virtual machines, says Veeam's Trent Odgers.