Microsoft and friend bringing Azure to Canberra Microsoft Azure will be available from highly-secure data centres in Canberra, starting in the first half of 2018.
A case study with grunt: Azure-powered Gruntify streamlines disaster response efforts Microsoft was so impressed with the work Brisbane-based GIS People’s did with its Gruntify platform built upon Azure, that it flew out its people from…
Cloud gives Ethernet switch market a hammering The business market for Ethernet switches appears to be feeling the effect of cloud computing, with sales in the first quarter of 2017 falling 21%…
Large companies largely cloud-bound A new survey of large companies — those with at least 100 employees — in Australia and New Zealand has confirmed the trend to moving…
Oracle revamps Cloud at Customer Oracle has updated the hardware used in its Cloud at Customer programme, and extended the range of services available.
HPE begins pushing new hybrid offering HPE has begun the process of pushing the offerings that it announced in June at its annual Discover 2017 conference: expanded capabilities for HPE Synergy…
Go serverless and save money, says analyst Serverless provides a lower total cost of ownership than virtual machines or containers, according to an industry analyst.
Nutanix, Google collaborate in the cloud Enterprise cloud computing company Nutanix has announced a strategic alliance with Google Cloud which the companies say will address technology opportunities for building and operating…
SMEs in the clouds over taxation returns: survey Small business operators are planning to complete their own tax returns, increasingly using cloud solutions rather than relying on older desktop software, according to a…

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