Cloud Computing

The best way to back up your computer

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There are two types of hard drives: those about to fail, and those that will fail eventually. Plan accordingly.

BitTorrent goes legit with Sync

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BitTorrent says it has built a true alternative to sharing data through cloud services such as Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive.

PayPal deals Mega a body blow

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Online payments giant to stop processing payments for Kim Dotcom's file storage and encryption firm, Mega.

People analytics in the wearable world

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Smartphones may be dime a dozen these days but it’s the role they are going to play in the evolving world of ‘wearables, hearables and nearables,’ that bears consideration.

NSW government opens up the cloud market for agencies

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State government forges ahead with its cloud agenda, with agencies gaining access to a range of new cloud-based services.

Navigating the new world of commerce

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Branding yourself as an e-commerce player has become almost mandatory for retailers but what exactly are they selling?

VMware to offer Google Cloud

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Virtualisation pioneer continues to expand its “hybrid cloud” business.

The 30:70 rule for Australian CIOs

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Before our CIOs get too caught up on the idea of “flipping to digital leadership" they need to become better business managers.

SAP aims to double sales by 2020

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German software maker expects cloud subscriptions to exceed software licence revenue by 2018.

Clearing skies: Is the 'Cloud' getting safer?

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With vendors beefing up security solutions businesses need to rethink the value proposition of storing their data on the cloud rather than in their own servers.

Telstra Health picks up cloud medicine

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Telco's eHealth unit adds more capabilities with the acquisition of Australian cloud software developer Cloud9 and Indian health software developer IdeaObject.

Equinix, IBM in hybrid cloud collaboration

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Neutral co-location cloud provider finalises deal with IBM to offer its SoftLayer cloud subsidiary in data centres worldwide.

Getting your holiday retail plan right

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Outdated retail forecasting and analytic systems are preventing retailers from capitalising sales during the busiest times of the year.

Why 2015 will be the year the cloud grows up

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By the end of next year, one of the global infrastructure–as–a–service providers will drop out of the race and price cutting will be the new normal for those left standing.

Bulletproof acquires Pantha Corp

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Listed cloud firm buys Manly-based consultancy in a $3.9 million deal.

Why your cloud needs a back-up plan

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IT leaders must hold the cloud to the same standards of continuity, compliance, and security as they would their on-premises infrastructure.

Microsoft to deliver Office 365 from Australian data centres

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The cloud productivity suite, to be served from local data centres by April, opens a world of new possibilities.

$65bn bill for data loss, downtime: survey

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Majority of companies are also struggling with protecting big data, mobile and hybrid cloud environments.

Going to the cloud, DIY-style

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The transition to cloud computing can seem like a good opportunity to take control of one’s destiny and completely manage the infrastructure. But the self-service cloud does have its perils.

Learning to disrupt like a start-up

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Operating like a start-up means saying “I create” instead of “I do” and enterprises need to focus on problem-solving if they want to compete.

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