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Dropbox has opened a new local sovereign hosting environment for Australian and New Zealand business customers within the AWS Sydney Region.
Hybrid cloud offers a flexible, lower-cost alternative to public or private clouds alone, and boosts data protection.
Macquarie LaunchHealth Cloud will provide the healthcare sector with storage secured to federal government standards.
The uptake of the cloud is happening at a significant pace, completely changing the way we do business.
Gartner predicts that the worldwide public cloud services market will grow by 17.2% in 2016, with the highest growth coming from cloud system infrastructure services.
The Hewlett Packard Enterprise HPE Vertica 8 big data analytics platform provides in-database analytics capabilities.
Flexera Software has launched the FlexNet Manager for cloud infrastructure, which gives organisations centralised visibility into their cloud services use and allows them to optimise utilisation and control costs.
Business-grade storage units have enabled TDF Cloud Services to offer secure services, fast connectivity and a redundant environment.
The rise of the cloud has seen a variety of solutions developed to suit the needs of many different kinds of enterprises.
Microsoft has abolished unlimited OneDrive storage for Office 365 Home, Personal and University customers and slashed the allocation for the free version, blaming a small number of users abusing the service.
Monash University claims its infrastructure has reached new performance levels with the world's first end-to-end 100 G/s cloud.
The choice between public or private cloud must be driven by the use of technology, the ability it offers employees to be more productive and the business agility to quickly respond to customer demands.
In our new Tech Insights series, we quiz industry leaders to get their views of what the year ahead holds for the IT world. Today we speak with George Chondros, Senior Director for ANZ & SEA, ClickSoftware.
While the cloud has been widely adopted by larger enterprises to streamline their operations, it is also enabling Australian start-ups to rapidly build new businesses that are taking on the world.