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Cloud
Banking-as-a-Service to hit mainstream within two years
This month
Some 30% of banks with greater than $1bn in assets will launch BaaS for new revenue by the end of 2024, but half will not meet revenue expectations.
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Banking industry
The future of banking will be open and interconnected
This month
The banking industry as a whole is undergoing a digital transformation, challenging the supremacy of established banks that have, for decades, been at the heart of the global financial system.
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Distribution
Commvault chooses Ingram Micro as go-to distributor for A/NZ market
August 2021
“We are thrilled to expand on our strategic partnership with Commvault and tap into the significant and growing BaaS opportunities across Australia and New Zealand."
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Cloud
Commvault debuts new SaaS and hybrid cloud workloads for Metallic
January 2021
"Customers around the world are immediately grasping the value and inherent simplicity that cloud-native, as-a-service data protection can bring to their environments."
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Cybercrime
Expert asserts BaaS ‘critical for data centre security’
February 2019
In an IT world clogged with acronyms, Comport says there is one that many data centres are failing to properly implement.
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Managed Services
iland touches down in Australia, extends channel reach
September 2017
The company says it is well poised to expand in local markets.
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Managed Services
YOU'RE INVITED: Veeam Cloud & Service Provider Roadshow
March 2017
Disaster recovery and business continuity are without a doubt, two of the hottest topics in IT.
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Data Centre Operators
iseek Communications launches Veeam powered BaaS
July 2016
“Regardless of size or complexity, we want to be able to deliver a flexible and functional solution for businesses."
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Dell
Growing data loss concerns driving Backup-as-a-Service market
July 2016
Growing concerns about data loss is having huge impact on the the BaaS sector, with new forecasts predicting the market to surpass $4 billion by 2020.