Microsoft's cloud revenue doubles to $6.3 billion 
Cloud and hardware offset declining Windows business.
 
How IBM reckons it can beat cloud rivals on price 
SoftLayer's CTO in Sydney to spruik specific benefits of IBM cloud.
 
HP teams with FireEye to mount security offensive 
 
Office 365 and AWS first with new federal govt certification 
 
IBM sales fall for 12th consecutive quarter 
Continues to shed unprofitable businesses.
 
Microsoft to open flagship store in Sydney, first outside USA 
Just down the road from Apple store on George St.
 
Goodbye, Lync: Microsoft starts rolling out Skype for Business 
 
10 tech moves by the Big Four in Australia 
From acquiring integrators to reselling Google Apps, VMware, Oracle and more.
 
Big Four loom large over Australia's IT channel 
Deloitte, PwC, KPMG and EY stamp their mark.
 
WWDC 2015 dates announced 
Apple Worldwide Developer Conference taking place in early June.
 
Leak reveals next version after Windows 10 
 
Slow apps, low battery life limit appeal of Apple Watch: reviewers 
 
Behind Telstra's massive IaaS strategy 
An overview of its own cloud and its deals with Cisco, VMware, IBM, NextDC and more.
 
Why Telstra is stitching together Australia's biggest cloud network 
 
Microsoft to release Nano Server OS 
Embracing emerging container virtualisation trend.
 
IBM SoftLayer cops spray over Bigcommerce disruption 
Frustration boils over amid snag in services.
 
Head To head: Samsung Galaxy S6 vs iPhone 6 
 
Resellers to get Office 365 on monthly billing via disties 
New CSP licensing model, exclusive to Ingram Micro and Rhipe.
 
Ingram hires Telstra heavyhitter to grow cloud 
 
Amazon Web Services follows Microsoft's lead with cloud machine learning 
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Issue: 337 | April 2015

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.