The rise of the cloud has seen a variety of solutions developed to suit the needs of many different kinds of enterprises.
Adelaide Festival Centre has engaged Optus Business to migrate its existing IT infrastructure to a hybrid cloud platform based on Microsoft Azure.
Parallels has launched the Parallels Remote Application Server version 15, which gives IT organisations an easy and cost-effective solution to deliver Windows applications and desktops to employees on any device under BYOD or choice programs.
BlackBerry has announced significant upgrades to its enterprise software portfolio, enhancing BES12 — its multi-OS EMM solution — with integrated management capabilities for its Good Dynamics and WatchDox products.
Data-as-a-service software, including data virtualisation, is fast becoming a strategic IT solution to address the demands of the big data trend.
Cloud provider Ninefold will cease offering its public cloud server by the end of January 2016, after parent Macquarie Telecom decided not to make the investments required to expand the business.
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.
A new Australian start-up has launched an innovative model for procuring services for a hybrid cloud ecosystem, while Verizon Enterprise and Equinix have brought new hybrid cloud services to the market.