The Zerto Virtual Replication (ZVR) 6.0 IT resilience platform offers a single platform for disaster recovery, data protection and workload mobility across multiple clouds.
Macquarie Telecom has lodged an off-market offer to acquire all the shares in cloud services business Bulletproof to bolster the company's own cloud services business.
Australian spending on public cloud services will grow 17.1% in 2017 to $5 billion, and further increase to $7.71 billion by 2020, Gartner projects.
Cloud computing is increasing in popularity among organisations of various sizes due to better cost efficiency, greater flexibility, quicker deployment, easier use for replication and disaster recovery purposes, as well as almost unlimited storage and easy access to data.
Only five of the top 100 cloud service providers have female CEOs, with Optus's parent company Singtel among them, according to data from Australian cloud service directory Cloudscene.
Hybrid cloud deployment models are becoming the new normal for enterprise IT organisations. With these mixed environments, new challenges around data management and security emerge.
SureBridge IT has experienced 15% growth in its business over the past 12 months as a direct result of adding cloud solutions to its services portfolio.
The Veeam Software Availability platform for hybrid cloud provides businesses and enterprises of all sizes with the capabilities for virtual, physical and cloud-based workloads.
The University of Melbourne says it's the first university to launch a new service that combines a traditional HPC with a flexible cloud computing component, known as Spartan.
OpenText's Mike Lord shares his mythbusting advice to help you avoid falling for the most common cloud fables, from security to SaaS.
Amazon Web Services has celebrated its 10-year anniversary by releasing statistics showing that the company now has over 1m active cloud users.
Cloud provider Ninefold will cease offering its public cloud server by the end of January 2016, after parent Macquarie Telecom decided not to make the investments required to expand the business.
The Olympic Games' global IT partner Atos, in collaboration with EMC, has delivered the cloud IT infrastructure that will be used for the 2018 Winter Olympics and all future Games.
In today’s service markets there is an evident gap between what customers want and what B2B businesses can essentially provide. Business IT infrastructures tend to lack the flexibility, where software can be added easily and instantly, to effectively close this gap between what you offer and what the customer requires.
Optus Business's new cloud strategy is aimed at allowing Australian businesses to pursue flexible cloud deployments, ensuring the seamless movement of data and processes across clouds.