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Tasmania seeks input on govt cloud project

18 November, 2014 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Tasmania's government has kicked off a pre-tender consultation for the Tasmanian Cloud project, an initiative to consolidate whole-of-government public sector data.

Growing pains for the cloud's open source platform

02 July, 2014 by Andrew Collins

OpenStack vendors are increasingly claiming that the open source cloud platform has reached maturity - but is it truly ready for the enterprise market?

Toyota adopts cloud-based backup platform

29 April, 2014 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Toyota Motor Corporation has consolidated its disparate backup platforms into a single enterprise-wide system, using a cloud-based backup-as-a-service (BaaS) offering from Logicalis.

Hightail to open APAC HQ in Melbourne

17 March, 2014 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Cloud file sharing company Hightail - formerly YouSendIt - has become the latest tech company to announce plans to set up its APAC headquarters in Melbourne.

Microsoft to rename SkyDrive in lawsuit settlement

06 August, 2013

Microsoft will rename its SkyDrive online storage product after reaching a settlement in a trademark case with British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB).

Build a powerful storage cloud service - without complexity

01 August, 2013

Many organisations find that their large networked storage deployments are siloed or dedicated to specific applications, making it difficult to dynamically provision, optimise performance or share expensive resources. Transitioning to cloud-based storage provides an attractive solution and many public cloud storage services are readily available. 

The perils of early adoption - and of moving too slowly

10 July, 2013 by Andrew Collins

Humanity has a tough time keeping pace with technological advancement. We run into trouble when we embrace our inventions too soon, but also when we adapt to them too slowly. History is littered with examples, and a couple have emerged quite recently.

US govt breached human rights in copyright case, Dotcom’s laywers claim

15 May, 2013

Lawyers of Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom last week launched a white paper discussing America’s prosecution of Megaupload, in which they accuse the US of using “dirty tactics” and “due process abuses” in their case against the file sharing company.

Smarter Cloud Storage Solutions: an eGuide

19 March, 2013

Comprising three white papers from leading analyst firms, this eGuide will help save money and improve the effectiveness of your cloud storage architecture.

Eliminate shortcomings in your cloud architecture with smarter storage

05 March, 2013

Enterprises are deploying private and hosted clouds to respond faster to business demands for new applications, to improve service levels and to reduce cost across the data centre.

Veeam Backup Management Suite 6.5 for data protection and virtualisation management

12 November, 2012

Veeam Backup Management Suite 6.5 combines Veeam Backup & Replication 6.5 and Veeam ONE 6.5 in a single solution for data protection and virtualisation management.

Big data for predictive analysis: hype or reality?

01 November, 2012 by Cameron Wall, Managing Partner of C3 Business Solutions

Looking past the initial promise of the big data craze, Cameron Wall, Managing Partner of C3 Business Solutions, discusses why big data predictive analytics is pure hype for the majority of the business world and how companies can better take advantage of the information they already possess.

Bring your own device (BYOD): managing the chaos

31 October, 2012

Enterprise computing is shifting with the diffusion of the BYOD (bring your own device) phenomenon - the latest trend where employees use their own personal devices to access work applications. While this may increase employee satisfaction, it can be a challenge for IT departments.

Datacore SANsymphony-V storage hypervisor

08 October, 2012

The SANsymphony-V storage hypervisor forms a virtualisation layer across storage devices to help maximise the performance and utilisation of disk resources in IT organisations.

Sleep data snoozes safely in the cloud

08 October, 2012

Australian-based technology services company DiUS Computing has been awarded for developing Easy Care Online (ECO) - a cloud-based compliance management software solution enabling users to securely access sleep apnoea patients’ usage and efficacy data online.

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