Telstra will purchase a 25 per cent stake in Southern Cross Cable Network (SCCN), joining existing shareholders Spark New Zealand, Optus’ parent company Singtel and Verizon Business.
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Mastercard will build identity services on Microsoft’s Azure cloud, as part of a new initiative.
NAB aims to move more than 300 applications, including some core banking systems, to Amazon Web Services by the end of next year.
Amazon Web Services has launched a private preview of ‘AWS Outposts’: A new offering that involves the deployment of AWS-designed hardware within a customer’s own data centre.
New Zealand telco Spark has been banned from using equipment manufactured by Huawei as part of its 5G rollout.
Eight men from Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine have been charged over an alleged digital ad fraud schemes.
Red Hat will operate as a kind of “Switzerland” within IBM and maintain its commitment to open source at the conclusion of Big Blue’s takeover of the software company, according to Marco Bill-Peter, Red Hat senior vice president of customer experience and engagement.
Microsoft has announced a preview of container support for a range of its Azure-based AI services.
Telstra has announced that its chief financial officer, Robyn Denholm, will leave the telco. Denholm will take on the role of chairperson of the board of electronic vehicle-maker Tesla, Telstra said in a statement to the ASX.
In FY18 ANZ decommissioned 264 applications as part of the bank’s broader simplification push.
Vodafone New Zealand and Telstra today unveiled an agreement that will see the Kiwi telco sell managed security services that are underpinned by Telstra’s cloud-based platform.
Global payments network SWIFT has partnered with Microsoft for a proof of concept project that uses the technology company’s Azure cloud.
MYOB revealed today that it had received an unsolicited proposal from US private equity firm KKR, which is seeking to acquire the shares of the accounting software company that it doesn’t already own.
Facebook says that in the wake of a major security breach it revealed last week it has analysed its logs and found no evidence that the ‘Facebook Login’ service has been exploited.
The break that knocked the Sea-Me-We3 (SMW3) cable system offline has been repaired, according to Vocus.