The Digital Transformation Agency has launched a request for tenders for all sellers of cloud services to government to sign up to the new Cloud Marketplace.
86% of Australian organisations have reportedly moved or are moving public cloud applications to onsite systems, compared to the 73% global average.
According to new research, 85% of respondents consider hybrid cloud to be their ideal IT operating model.
WaterNSW has deployed Microsoft Azure, Dynamics 365 and Office 365 to unify its operations, according to Microsoft.
Coles has signed a wide-ranging strategic partnership with Microsoft that will see the retail giant make Azure its cloud platform of choice.
As Amazon Web Services opens its Hong Kong Region, Alibaba remains on top by market share in Asia–Pacific Iaas and IUS.
A cloud-native system will liberate your mission-critical processes from static legacy systems.
SAP will make its SAP Cloud Platform suite available through the AWS Sydney Region, including New Zealand, in August.
The Digital Transformation Agency is giving cloud providers a chance to apply to list their services on the whole-of-government Cloud Services Panel.
WA's largest independent law firm is achieving better insights and enhanced productivity through new data analytics and cloud capabilities.
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.