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.
 
The recurring dream of subscription software 
Predictable, ongoing revenue is no longer a fantasy for resellers.
 
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 
 
VMware opens up vCloud Air to 2,000 Australian resellers 
 
VMware and Nutanix clash as war of words escalates 
 
Cirrus snags iiNet in $1.75m VMware deal 
 
Former VMware staffer becomes Tintri's Australian chief 
Also has Brocade, Legato country manager stints on resume.
 
Cisco to release Invicta storage blades, but avoids the word "storage" 
 
Storage vendors stay quiet on hard drive malware 
No word on implications of NSA firmware hack.
 
EMC clinches $1.6m NSW Police storage rollout 
More dollars flow from law enforcement.
 
Ex-EMC and NetApp exec to head Australia for Violin Memory 
 
Aussie startup sees gold in Middle East 
From Sydney studio apartment to US, Dubai and Singapore.
 
Equinix to open Melbourne data centre 
Hosting 1500 cabinets and 9800 square metres.
 
Who attended the Females in IT Women's Day lunch in Melbourne? 
 
EMC will keep VMware, for now at least 
Has decided not to spin off stake in VMware, according to report.
 
Pure Storage hires ex-EMC sales chief to run regional channel 
 
Microsoft tipped to add VMware support for Azure 
Create VMs on Azure that matches what's in the local data centre.
 
Infront, MacTel, Data#3 score VMware awards 
One reseller pioneers software-defined networking in Australia.
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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.