Deidre Steyn steps up as Voyager Internet's new CEO
Voyager Internet, a leading New Zealand telecoms company, announces the appointment of former Chief Commercial Officer Deidre Steyn as CEO, commencing on 1 February 2024.
Why sustainability will make hybrid multicloud a business imperative
With impending sustainability legislation and the rise of competition in the cloud computing market, hybrid multicloud solutions offer energy efficiency, resource sharing, and reduced risk, underpinning the business imperative for sustainability.
Umbraco Cloud expands with Australian regional hosting option
Regional hosting brings data sovereignty, compliance and enhanced performance to Australian digital agencies and clients.
HostPapa acquires Deluxe's web hosting and logo design businesses
The acquisition expands HostPapa's hosting and design businesses and increases the scale of its offering in numerous markets.
Exclusive: Nuro brings web hosting excellence to NZ businesses
Nuro Group Ltd, trading as Nuro, will offer free cPanel web hosting and will be the only company to do so in New Zealand.
Catalyst Cloud brings open source-based web hosting to NZ
The platform, which utilises Catalyst Cloud’s hosting infrastructure and amazee.io’s open source hosting platform called Lagoon, based on Kubernetes.
OVHcloud launches managed web hosting in APAC
The global cloud provider offers a turnkey solution for resellers and partners in response to the rising demand for digitisation in businesses.
Web hosting platform SiteGround shifts infrastructure to Google Cloud
SiteGround shifts infrastructure to Google Cloud for enhanced web hosting services.
Rackspace seals agreement to provide multi-cloud in Japan
The American managed cloud computing company has teamed up with two other Japanese companies in what it says is a strategic alliance.
Dropbox invests in hosting data inside Australia
Global collaboration platform Dropbox has announced it will now host Australian customer files onshore to support its growing base in the country.
Data growth the growing case for managed colocation
Data growth is a constant in today's digital landscape, and colocation services may be the solution for businesses to efficiently manage this growth.
Aruba awarded licence to sell .cloud domains in China
Italy's Aruba S.p.A. expands in China, eyes digital market with new Beijing branch.
Australia's TNS now offering colocation & hosting services
Australia's Transaction Network Services (TNS) is now offering hosting and colocation services from the Australian Liquidity Centre (ALC) in Sydney.
South Korean web hosting provider pays $1m ransomware demand
South Korean web hosting company Nayana was hit by the Erebus ransomware and is paying 397.6 Bitcoins, the equivalent of US$1 million.
Enterprises' hosting and cloud budget growth outpacing total IT spend growth
Growth in hosting and cloud services spend will outpace total IT spend growth this year, with a survey also highlighting the value of specialisation.
Singapore's 50 most popular websites infected with 'risky' scripts
Twelve of the top 50 Singapore websites were serving active code from ‘risky’ background websites including gambling, adult and pornography.
Cloud hosting provider Linode switches on Tokyo 2 data center
Cloud hosting provider Linode switched on its second Tokyo data center last week, upping the total amount of its Asian data centers to three.
Want to keep up? Take the leap towards FileMaker Hosting and Cloud Services
Managed services have exploded onto the scene in recent years, providing one of the easiest ways to save time, effort and money.
HostGator powers 'Host In India' initiative through GPX data center
HostGator India has launched a new initiative called 'Host In India', a website hosting platform powered by Mumbai data center provider GPX.
Opinion: It’s all upside for Kordia from here
A lot has happened for Kordia in recent years. We take a look at how the company has transformed itself into a key provider for large enterprises.
Little chips deliver big advantages in HP Moonshot
HP has introduced a new server based on Intel Atom processors - the first of several to be expected in its Moonshot line.
Four things you didn’t know about SAS IT
We sit down with SAS IT's CEO Phil Martin to understand the local cloud service provider.
Focus on microverticals from 'the new Infor'
Enterprise application software vendor says traditional verticals are too broad.
How to setup a podcast
Paul Spain, host of the NZ Tech Podcast, covers what’s involved with producing and launching a successful podcast.