The shift to edge computing can bring improved decision-making, increased speed and decreased latency of processes, and streamlined operational consistency.
Gartner expects the global cloud-based web conferencing market to benefit from the COVID-19 outbreak, with spending projected to grow by 24.3% in 2020.
The Digital Transformation Agency has launched a request for tenders for all sellers of cloud services to government to sign up to the new Cloud Marketplace.
Enterprise cloud provider Nutanix, together with local firm Nuago, has replaced Adelaide Oval's hardware-based environment with hyperconverged infrastructure.
Datacom is expanding by hiring 2000 new staff to meet increased demand for government services during the COVID-19 crisis.
Some 87% of healthcare organisations worldwide identify hybrid cloud as their preferred cloud operating model, research suggests.
The ASD will no longer assess cloud providers' capacity to securely hold Protected government data, following the closure of the Cloud Services Certification Program.
Nutanix will offer a free 30-day unlimited extended trial of its Frame DaaS solution to A/NZ businesses to help them cope with the impact of COVID-19.
Due to regulatory and security pressures, financial services companies are bringing workloads back in house and embracing hybrid rather than public clouds.
Earlier this year, Simon Weckert's assistant set off down a green street with 99 second-hand smartphones and created a virtual traffic jam.
86% of Australian organisations have reportedly moved or are moving public cloud applications to onsite systems, compared to the 73% global average.
Oracle has opened a Gen 2 Cloud Region in Melbourne to provide customers with enhanced business continuity, disaster recovery and data sovereignty capabilities.
Alibaba Cloud is set to lend its services to the entertainment industry after landing a Trusted Partner Network certification.
Despite declining 1.8% year-on-year during the third quarter, global cloud spending outpaced spending on traditional infrastructure for the second time ever.
Melbourne has pulled out ahead of Sydney in a ranking of 100 cities in terms of their progress becoming 'hyperconnected' smart cities.