Touted as the taxi industry's comeback to Uber, the ihail booking app may not see the light of day with the ACCC proposing to block its entry to the market.
Macquarie University will migrate all staff email and calendars from Gmail to Office 365, in response to Google's decision to move the uni's data to the US and Microsoft's to host Office 365 locally.
Registration is still open for DISRUPT.SYDNEY taking place on Friday 25 September, which will look at digital innovation, the workplace of the future, enterprise social networking and collaboration.
Netgear has introduced the ProSAFE 28-port 10-Gigabit Smart Managed Switch (XS728T), designed for small to medium organisations with 10GBASE-T connectivity and Advanced L2+/Layer 3 Lite features.
The Olympic Games' global IT partner Atos, in collaboration with EMC, has delivered the cloud IT infrastructure that will be used for the 2018 Winter Olympics and all future Games.
ANZ Bank will deploy technology from IBM and form a joint innovation lab with the technology company as part of a project to improve productivity, innovation and customer insight.
Cloud-based SMSF management software provider Class has appointed four new directors, including CEO Kevin Bungard, as it prepares to conduct an IPO late this year.
The choice between public or private cloud must be driven by the use of technology, the ability it offers employees to be more productive and the business agility to quickly respond to customer demands.
Australian construction giants John Holland and Lendlease have both signed three-year enterprise agreements with Aconex, provider of a cloud-based collaboration platform for the construction sector.
Marine Rescue Queensland has turned to cloud computing to help improve information sharing and consistency of training across its 25 once-autonomous volunteer squads.
Spending on public cloud IaaS is expected to reach US$36.6 billion globally by the end of 2018, with spending growing more than five times faster than overall IT spending.