Docker is the next revolution that's going to overtake data centres and cloud computing, enabling more efficiency and greater availability from cloud infrastructure.
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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.
MYOB has filed a prospectus for an IPO on the ASX, marking a return to public trading after nearly six years as a private company.
Organisations worldwide named issues with auditing, compliance and data privacy as their largest cloud security challenges, a survey of Global 2000 companies shows.
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.
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.
IBM has opened a SoftLayer cloud data centre in Sydney - its second in Australia - as part of its $1.6bn cloud services expansion drive.
Acquia has announced the release of the whole-of-government govCMS platform to Australian federal, state and local government departments.
Telstra will deploy SDN and NFV technologies from Cisco to help transition to an on-demand model for network service delivery.
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.
iiNet, Dimension Data Australia and seven more providers have been added to the whole-of-government cloud services procurement panel.