The channel is ideally placed to deliver the intelligent future of cloud

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) has vastly expanded in the past couple of years, Gartner reports an $11 billion increase in spending on cloud system infrastructure services in the past year alone.  While many end user organisations still perceive IaaS as a colossal move from what is considered a ‘traditional IT infrastructure setup’, Apay Obang-Oyway, Director Cloud and Software, UK&I at Ingram Micro, suggests that IaaS is central to realising the intelligent future of the cloud, and the channel is ideally placed to deliver it.












Tieto to provide City of Stockholm with next-generation IT services

Tieto has entered into an agreement with the City of Stockholm to provide next-generation IT services for the city´s administration and municipal owned companies. The procurement includes workplace services, server and application management and service desk. The agreement is valid until 31 December 2023 and includes an option for extension with a maximum of six years.





LiquidWare enables Amazon onboarding

Liquidware has formed an alliance with LG Electronics USA Business Solutions to provide integrators and customers with solutions to ease the transition for organizations looking to on-board users to LG Zero and Thin Clients and Amazon WorkSpaces, the leading cloud based Windows desktop solution. The solutions are being jointly demonstrated in LG’s booth (#2040) this week at Amazon Re:Invent.






Nordics name AI impacts

According to a survey commissioned by software and services company Tieto, people in the Nordics think Artificial Intelligence (AI) can do a better job than humans in many roles – even very demanding ones. However, when it comes to utilising AI within healthcare, scepticism is high compared to the experts' assessment. Most people also believe new technology will make it more difficult to get jobs in the future – but very few think their own job is at stake.




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