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.
Cloud computing is the number one way in which savvy businesses are engaging their mobile workforce, enhancing employee collaboration, improving productivity and unleashing innovation.
Tasmania's Glenorchy City Council has commenced a migration to the cloud, and the state's Liberal Government has unveiled a plan to expand the Tasmanian ICT workforce.
The Tasmanian government has released a discussion paper covering scoping and implementation for Tasmanian Cloud, a project to move whole-of-government data to a secure, on-island cloud.
Oracle plans to hire 1000 sales professionals in APAC countries including Australia as it seeks to capitalise on the region's growing cloud momentum.
The time has come to look beyond asset ownership as the best way of delivering efficient and effective IT solutions, and focus more on financial management's Holy Grail of outcome-based pricing, argues Ovum's Kevin Noonan.
iiNet, Dimension Data Australia and seven more providers have been added to the whole-of-government cloud services procurement panel.
Cloud-based MYOB services now account for 67% of the company's new customer registrations across Australia and New Zealand, according to CEO Tim Reed.
Amazon Web Services has announced plans to launch a managed business email service over the AWS cloud during the next quarter.
Cloud adoption has reached a tipping point, with four in five large Australian companies using or planning to use the technology for mission-critical applications, a survey suggests.
IBM has announced an expansion of its global cloud computing network to 40 cloud centres with 12 new locations to help enterprise clients move to hybrid cloud computing.
Microsoft will start hosting its cloud-based Office 365 and Dynamics CRM suites in Australian data centres from March next year and has added more local partners to its network of providers.
Dimension Data has established the Canberra Managed Cloud Platform, purpose built for Australian Government agencies, and the Department of Finance has signed on to use it.