IBM cloud wobbles. Huawei to NZ: Please Explain!? Tech Data's great quarter

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Friday November 30, 2018

Chunk of Aussie Broadband goes on sale ahead of IPO

Chunk of Aussie Broadband goes on sale ahead of IPO

Four to ten percent dangled by capital-raising firm.

 

Tech Data revenue surges, CEO seeks better security portfolio

Tech Data revenue surges, CEO seeks better security portfolio

CEO Rich Hume chuffed as Asia-Pacific revenue grew six percent.

 

IBM cloud wobbles for second time a week

IBM cloud wobbles for second time a week

Server provisioning has been a bit hit and miss lately.

 

Huawei sends NZ a 'please explain' after 5G ban

Huawei sends NZ a 'please explain' after 5G ban

Asks intelligence agency why it's been excluded from network build.

 

Nutanix launches Xi Cloud Services

Nutanix launches Xi Cloud Services

Featuring IoT, edge and disaster recovery capabilities.

 

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Microsoft confirms another Windows 10 update bug

 
 

Nutanix chief slams VMware for dodging competition

 
 

$400m sham contracting case rocks telco sector, NBN

 
 

AWS drops heavy hints of hybrid cloud push

 
 

ATO names new suppliers to IT labour hire panel

 
 

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