MSC Mobility founder joins Epicon; 360 Capital to float DC biz; Oracle Cloud 2.0 lands in AU.

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Tuesday August 6, 2019

Cato Networks loses local head to Palo Alto, says everything is fine

Cato Networks loses local head to Palo Alto, says everything is fine

Channel picks up the slack while vendor hires new local crew.

 

MSC Mobility co-founder Leuk Andersen joins Epicon

MSC Mobility co-founder Leuk Andersen joins Epicon

Leading the Canberra-based company's NSW business.

 

360 Capital to float data centre business in October

360 Capital to float data centre business in October

NextDC's former landlord reaches $50m pre-IPO funding target.

 

Oracle brings second-gen cloud to Australia

Oracle brings second-gen cloud to Australia

Partners keen to play in more-secure IaaS sandbox.

 

Arista signals partner recruitment push

Arista signals partner recruitment push

Wants to change its spots to move campus networking products.

 

Buyers warned not to deal with reseller

 

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