Cloud

Saasu also driven by latency and performance.
Hosted Network combines Solidfire and VMware.
New alliance includes 5000-seat Google Apps rollout in Australia.
Telstra looks beyond Office 365 with new Apps Marketplace 
Will shutter T-Suite and broaden apps portfolio.
 
Microsoft gives unlimited storage to Office 365 users 
OneDrive deal shakes up the cloud storage market.
 
HP unleashes first commercial Helion OpenStack 
Claims hybrid approach reduces vendor lock-in.
 
Azure Australia opens to public with Telstra as new partner 
 
Google exec quietly beats Baumgartner's stratospheric jump 
 
Rackspace creates Cloud Office bundle 
Consolidates multiple Microsoft SaaS streams.
 
AWS is lone bright spot in weak Amazon results 
Cloud strong as sluggish consumer product sales irk investors.
 
Discount cloud offered to not-for-profit organisations 
R&G uses Azure Pack technology for low-cost IaaS.
 
Sydney's UltraServe lands on SAP-owned marketplace 
UltraServe the only cloud platform provider on Hybris Extend.
 
Nadella: $5 billion a year is price to play in public cloud 
 
Cloud office vendor taps Ingram for Aussie assault  
Intermedia 'gets serious' in Australia, hires first local employee.
 
Faster "cloud" orders for SAP hurt profit outlook 
 
Microsoft's 'Azure in a box' brings cloud on-premise 
Dell hardware integrated with Microsoft software.
 
Startup gets keys to Fujitsu's Perth data centre 
Cloud Lands adds big vendor credibility.
 
Don't let software licensing become a car crash 
Reseller get a licence to bill in a cloud world.
 
What will you do when the BSA comes for you? 
How the software industry views piracy.
 
Google revenue falls short despite curbing price declines 
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 332 | October 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.