The Appian Cloud has been successfully deployed at the University of South Australia as part of the university's strategic objective to remove all paper from its administrative systems by 2018.
According to Nimble Storage, its InfoSight predictive flash platform achieves over six-nines (99.999928%) availability, which leads to an impact of less than 25 seconds annually.
A new power station is being built in Adelaide, with homes beginning to receive the first battery installations as part of the trial.
Australian DevOps as a service company base2Services has revealed plans to establish a US presence to help serve its growing North American customer base.
A cooperative platform for the edge computing industry has been established in Beijing, China.
Forcepoint Security has discovered a new attack campaign involving using compromised Microsoft OneDrive for Business user accounts to spread malware, and Australians are the number one target.
Oracle Australia will create more than 200 new digital sales professional positions for its new Sydney sales hub targeting midsized companies transitioning to the cloud.
Australian organisations are increasing their spending on public cloud infrastructure-as-a-service, and more than a third of local enterprises have a cloud-first policy, Telsyte research suggests.
Nearly half (49%) of Australian organisations are expected to have started along a hybrid cloud journey within the next 12–18 months, Microsoft research indicates.
A recent Squiz survey has revealed that the majority of business leaders are not prepared for artificial intelligence (AI) or virtual reality (VR) technology.
MYOB has migrated its SaaS-based cloud accounting service to Microsoft's Australian Azure infrastructure in Sydney and Melbourne without any impact on clients.
VMware has teamed up with AWS to make it easier for customers to run any application in a hybrid cloud environment using the vSphere virtualisation software.
The Everything IoT Global Leadership Summit 2016 will share and showcase domain knowledge, identify latest IoT trends and offer expertise from IoT leaders.
The Telsyte Australian VR and AR Market Study 2017 predicts that 115,000 VR headset units will be sold in the second half of 2016, with sales rapidly growing to over 500,000 units in 2017.