Acer to launch desktop private cloud drive 
6TB hub an alternative to cloud storage.
 
Bulletproof nabs Melbourne manager out of Rackspace 
 
How IBM reckons it can beat cloud rivals on price 
SoftLayer's CTO in Sydney to spruik specific benefits of IBM cloud.
 
Xero tightens link with NAB 
Opens up API to cloud provider for first time.
 
How Telstra wants to own cloud software sales 
The world after T-Suite and Office 365.
 
Optus steals march on Telstra with Microsoft cloud first 
Top Aussie telco joins global Cloud OS Network.
 
Google bulks up cloud networking capabilities 
Reduces latency, extends reach into private networks.
 
Australian cloud channel coming of age 
10 recent deals prove cloud has arrived in a big way.
 
Melbourne IT offers flat-price cloud migrations 
 
Why Telstra is stitching together Australia's biggest cloud network 
 
IBM SoftLayer cops spray over Bigcommerce disruption 
Frustration boils over amid snag in services.
 
ShoreTel will unify on-prem and cloud tech 
 
Inabox unleashes new services to 1,000 Anittel customers 
 
inTechnology launches Australian cloud distie 
Cloud Distribution the new kid on the block.
 
Containers: has their ship come in? 
Why OS system virtualisation is one of the hottest trends in tech.
 
Cisco, Microsoft join forces for new cloud platform 
Put aside differences to integrate ACI with Azure.
 
Ingram Micro boss: hosting cloud is a 'non-starter'  
Amazon has forced rethink, says distie's USA chief.
 
Google dangles cut-price storage 
Nearline beta service costs 1 cent per gigabyte.
 
St George launches cloud software distribution platform 
Follows likes of Telstra and Deloitte into market.
 
FedGov reveals first cloud providers in new supply deal 
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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.