The majority of Australian businesses believe that IaaS will play some role in their business within three years, with 40% planning to be running all or most of their IT infrastructure in the cloud.
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.
Virtual museum exhibits are being created via 3D scanning, by a company at Macquarie University's business incubator.
Envision from Altair is a cloud-based business intelligence (BI) platform for hosted and on-premises environments.
Many commentators spruik the benefits of adopting hyperconverged infrastructure, but not everyone is convinced it's the right choice for every company.
A large-scale migration of IT infrastructure to Spark's Revera Cloud platform has been carried out by Genesis Energy.
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.
It is increasingly difficult for Australian IT departments to keep the cloud safe, according to a new report.
The Tax Practitioners Board has informed tax practitioners of their professional obligations covering the use of cloud computing, including seeking permission from each client to share their data with a cloud provider.
The first trial of a driverless shuttle has begun at Christchurch International Airport.