Cloud + virtualisation

Oracle enters blockchain fray

17 July, 2018 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Oracle has announced the general availability of the Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service, which customers can use to build their own blockchain networks.


Cloud success requires a mindset change

06 July, 2018 by Alister Dias, Vice President & Managing Director, ANZ, VMware | Supplied by: VMware Global, Inc

A successful cloud-first strategy requires a measured approach and a customer-centric focus, says VMware's Alister Dias.


Australia lags behind in AI: OpenText

03 July, 2018 by

The majority of Australians are not yet convinced about the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) technology, according to new research.


DTA begins Cloud Services Panel refresh

02 July, 2018 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The Digital Transformation Agency is giving cloud providers a chance to apply to list their services on the whole-of-government Cloud Services Panel.


Smart home voice assistant use to grow 1000% by 2023

28 June, 2018 by

The number of voice assistants used in smart homes is tipped to grow to 275 million by 2023, according to new research.


Why hybrid cloud improves disaster recovery

13 June, 2018 by Marina Brook, Head of Sales APAC, StorageCraft Asia-Pacific

Hybrid cloud offers a flexible, lower-cost alternative to public or private clouds alone, and boosts data protection.


Macquarie launches secure health cloud

12 June, 2018 by

Macquarie LaunchHealth Cloud will provide the healthcare sector with storage secured to federal government standards.


Majority of Australian firms lack cloud security

31 May, 2018 by

Two-thirds of Australian organisations are vulnerable to cloud data breaches, according to a new Bitglass report.


Data#3 to use Azure Australia Central

28 May, 2018 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Data#3 has been certified to provide cloud services from Microsoft's government-standard Azure Australia Central cloud regions.


New Zealand govt sees urgent need to upskill in AI

08 May, 2018 by

An action plan and ethical framework are critical to ensuring that people are educated and upskilled on artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.


Hills taps Microsoft for CRM and ERP

11 April, 2018 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Venerable Australian company Hills Limited has revealed plans to adopt Microsoft Dynamics for both its CRM and ERP functions.


Law firm benefits from IT overhaul

09 April, 2018 by Jonathan Nally

WA's largest independent law firm is achieving better insights and enhanced productivity through new data analytics and cloud capabilities.


Edge computing is the key to unlocking IoT

06 April, 2018 by Robert Linsdell* | Supplied by: Vertiv Co

Edge computing is the perfect solution for Australian firms looking to capitalise on the IoT revolution.


Microsoft launches Azure Cloud region in Canberra

03 April, 2018 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Microsoft has launched a new Azure Cloud region in Canberra for government services, and received ASD certification to handle protected data.


Australians still sceptical about AI tech

21 March, 2018 by

The majority of Australians are concerned about artificial intelligence (AI) causing job losses, new research shows.


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