Contemporary software as a service platforms held up well under the pressures created by the COVID 19 shutdown of business around the world, but those same stresses have exposed the limitations of older enterprise apps, even those with a Saas heritage. That is the view of VMware CIO and chief

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Brad Anderson, a 25-year technology industry veteran is the new Vice President, Australia and New Zealand for VMware. Announcing the appointment yesterday the company said Anderson will play a critical role in leading the team to enable customers to modernise their IT environments and take an agile approach to business

IT services company DXC Technology will rollout a cloud technologies guild training and enablement program to certify its workforce in the ANZ region to capitalise on a what it says is a global skills shortage in cloud technologies. In total, almost 10,000  DXC employees will be trained across multi-cloud platforms

While many people think sustainability is about green policies, that is only part of the story, says VMware Vice President, Sustainability Strategy Nicola Acutt.  “Our view is holistic and inclusive of sustainability for people and the planet.” Indeed, Acutt says VMware frames its definition of sustainability around three ideas: people,

The disruptive impact of COVID-19 is forcing Australian organisations to accelerate transformation projects into terms of weeks rather than years, according to local technology leaders. The shift is putting a new strain on IT departments but many report the change is uncovering new benefits. “The current situation is placing many

Australia’s extended and disastrous bushfire season has brought into sharp relief the high economic and personal cost of climate change.  That economic impact is increasingly recognised around the world as a major business risk. In California, for instance, it led to what is now referred to as the first climate

Large IT players are making more moves in the cybersecurity market, but McAfee CEO Chris Young expects to see proliferation, rather than consolidation, of security vendors.   Last month VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger shared his vision for the cybersecurity market — shortly after the company announced it was buying security vendor

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Over the last decade cybersecurity spending by organisations has increased to such an extent that it now represents the largest part of many IT budgets but during that time breaches, and the costs associated with them have increased faster than the increase in spending says VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger. He

VMware announced that it has expanded its telco and edge cloud portfolio to drive real-time intelligence for telco networks, as well as improved automation and security for telco, edge and IoT applications. Already serving as a key infrastructure provider for most communications service providers and enterprise customers around the world,

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Last week’s statement by the US-based Business Roundtable – which represents some of the world’s largest companies – abandoning a long-held view that shareholders’ interests should come first elicited considerable excitement in the business community. Though perhaps it should not have, according to Dell CEO Michael Dell. Earlier today he