Cloud Computing

Learning to disrupt like a start-up

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.

Telstra unwraps government cloud

Telco to offer a highly secure cloud computing environment for federal, state and local government in the first half of 2015.

Kohler Uncovers: Bulletproof

Alan Kohler interviews Bulletproof CEO Anthony Woodward about offering technology solutions for businesses.

Xero, MYOB carve out the cloud for accountants

Approximately 70 per cent of accounting firms in Australia have embraced the cloud as SME demand picks up.

Deloitte to deliver VMware vCloud Air in Australia

Professional services firm broadens its relationship with VMware by becoming a supplier of the vCloud Air service to Australian organisations.

Microsoft, Dropbox make a mobile connection

Microsoft and Dropbox, competitors in the market for digital file storage, are joining forces in a partnership that plays to each side’s strengths.

VMware teams up with Telstra on vCloud Air

Thousands of VMware customers hoping to utilise the cloud computing model can tap into the telco's data centres next year.

The five steps to every cloud journey

Cloud services maybe 'business as usual’ for our organisations but climbing up the maturity curve requires plenty of patience.

Google, PwC forge key enterprise partnership

Global accounting and consultancy heavyweight to push Google’s suite of enterprise offerings (apps, cloud platform and Android devices) into businesses.

Microsoft Office 365 subs score unlimited cloud storage

Microsoft takes the fight to Dropbox and Google with Office 365 users to get unlimited storage at no extra cost.

Optus buoyed by new Riverbed partnership

Optus has released its new ANPM solution that will see employees use Riverbed's SteelCentral platform to analyse cloud data.

Digital Dividend: The advantage of moving first

Australian consumers are voracious adopters of new technologies but our businesses have been less enthusiastic. So what' s the problem?

Doctors in the cloud

The Royal Flying Doctor Service is showing Australia’s businesses how creatively using data can improve marketing and cut costs.

Microsoft Azure lands in Australia

Software giant's data centres now open for business in New South Wales and Victoria.

Microsoft to open Azure data centres in Sydney, Melbourne

New data centres to become available from next week.

SAP turns to IBM to expand cloud reach

Deal will see SAP use IBM-operated facilities in addition to its own to deliver its software over the internet.

Government agencies power up in Coalition's ‘cloud first’ policy

Heads of departments to have unprecedented power to determine whether personal information can be hosted offshore while public entities such as NBN Co and the Reserve Bank will be exempted from the policy.

Coalition's 'pie in the sky' cloud policy comes under fire

OzHub chair Matt Healy says the policy may show intent but lacks meaningful targets and strong central leadership.

Why every public servant now needs to be an 'IT person'

Digital government will require more substantial change than just inserting the word “digital” into existing project descriptions and job titles.

Where next for hybrid clouds?

There are many challenges around adoption of a hybrid cloud and those will continue to change as new technologies emerge. Making the right choice requires getting the basics right.