Cloud Computing

Crash course in enterprise ‘Hybrid Cloud’: What, How, Who, Why

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Hybrid clouds are transforming the role of the IT department from an exclusive provider to a broker of services.

Xero scores new partnerships

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Cloud accounting firm welcomes Dropbox, Adobe, Bigcommerce, Insightly and Mindbody,on to its platform.

The myths and misconceptions of Software Defined Networks

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SDN technology has been much touted as a data centre saviour but how do IT leaders tell fact from fiction?

Tintri nabs $US125m in new funding

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Cloud storage start-up raises fresh funds as it gears up for an IPO.

Google unfazed with tax criticism

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Internet giant says the tax controversy that has plagued it in Australia has done nothing to slow its enterprise expansion plans in the market.

TechnologyOne braces for new competition

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ASX-listed software firm is staying ahead of the curve on R&D to ward of nimble competitors.

Turnbull launches $100m Melbourne cloud facility

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Australia’s largest privately owned IT firm, Interactive, has launched a new data centre building in Melbourne.

Telstra targets ‘Shadow IT’ with Elastica team-up

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Telco to offer US cloud access security broker's platform to help organisations tackle their security blackspot.

Cloud firm Montech re-lists on ASX, raises $4.3m

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Montech acquires Sydney and Brisbane firms as it moves to build a national cloud-managed services provider.

Optus partners with tech giants in new cloud strategy

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Telco strengthens relationships with Microsoft, Cisco and AWS in renewed cloud push.

Optus Business, xMatters ink strategic partnership

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Firms to offer cloud communications layer to help deal with service disruptions and technical issues.

Equinix adds Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute to Melbourne data centre

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ME1 facility to offer customers direct link to Microsoft's Azure cloud services.

Federal government names first certified cloud provider

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Macquarie Telecom becomes first telco to make the grade for providing cloud services to the government.

Kohler Quizzes: Bulletproof

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Alan Kohler speaks to Bulletproof CEO Anthony Woodward about the group's recent acquisition and financial results.

'Windows 10 on everything' is Microsoft's gambit to profit from its competitors

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If the money is in the cloud, it makes sense to take as many users there as possible.

Dropbox confirms Irish tax dodge

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Secure document storage outfit becomes the latest technology firm to skirt local tax rates after confirming it will bill its customers from a company set up in Ireland.

La Trobe University picked for world-first cloud deployment

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German enterprise giant SAP picks Aust university for SAP S/4HANA cloud deployment.

Five things you need to know about SDN

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Software defined networking is still a relatively new concept but what is it? And what does it do?

CenturyLink to expand cloud footprint to Australia

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US-based telco signs deal with datacentre firm NextDC to offer managed hosting and colocation services.

Xero posts solid revenue, customer growth

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Cloud accounting software firm doubles full-year loss as it continues to pour money into building scale.

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