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Tuesday, 24 May 2022 09:14

Amazon EC2 C7g goes GA

Cloud giant AWS's Amazon EC2 C7g instances are now generally available, with Graviton3 processors that deliver up to 25% better compute performance than Graviton2-powered C6g instances.

Published in Cloud

Video and voice solutions Poly introduces smart devices Poly Studio R30 video bar, Poly Sync 10 speakerphone, and enhancements to the Poly Lens platform to help users in the distributed workforce.

Published in Hardware

A program led by Swinburne University of Technology to teach security and digital transformation skills to new manufacturing professionals has received $1 million from the Federal Government.

Published in Security

Data cloud specialist Snowflake's extended relationship with Amazon Web Services is aimed at improving demand forecasting and delivery for the retail and consumer packaged goods industries.

Published in Data

GUEST OPINION: With data dependency at an all-time high for businesses, almost every company is looking to establish themselves as a technology-first company, similar to Amazon or Netflix.

Published in Guest Opinion

French cloud provider OVHcloud and two other European companies have filed an anti-trust complaint against Microsoft in Europe.

Published in Cloud

Amazon Australia says its robotic fulfilment centre in Western Sydney - the first in the Southern Hemisphere - is on track for completion by the end of the year.

Published in Resellers

The insistence by American online retail giant Amazon.com that it be refunded US$200 million (A$278 million) invested in Indian firm Future Retail led to the collapse of talks to settle issues between the two companies, the news agency Reuters reports.

Published in Strategy

As part of its efforts to boost sustainability and reduce carbon emissions, Amazon launches its Customer Carbon Footprint Tool, which helps customers and organisations meet their sustainability cost.

Published in Business IT

The ABC's decision to force iview users to create accounts in order to use the service from 15 March onwards could well lead to suspicion that the broadcaster is being prepared for privatisation and commercial exploitation, the Australian Privacy Foundation says in an open letter to ABC chair Ita Buttrose.

Published in Strategy

Understanding how Covid has changed the way businesses deal with their suppliers will be key to winning and keeping business in 2022, writes Marcus McNamara, Head of APAC, Sana Commerce:  It’s been two years since the virus up-ended life as we knew it, here in Australia and around the world. Businesses have been on a tumultuous journey since that time, with many forced to abandon long standing processes and practices and embrace new ones. Pivoting to digital has been the common theme, with enterprises turning to online platforms and programs to maintain business continuity and interact with their suppliers and customers.

Published in Guest Opinion

COMPANY NEWS: NetApp recently announced new additions, security upgrades and enhanced capabilities across its hybrid cloud portfolio to help organisations modernise their IT infrastructure, and to accelerate digital transformation, which makes it simpler for enterprises to put their data to work, whenever and wherever they need it - so what are the details? Dhruv gets in the groove to explain it all.

Published in Guest Interviews

COMPANY NEWS: NetApp recently announced new additions, security upgrades and enhanced capabilities across its hybrid cloud portfolio to help organisations modernise their IT infrastructure, and to accelerate digital transformation, which makes it simpler for enterprises to put their data to work, whenever and wherever they need it - so what are the details? Dhruv gets in the groove to explain it all.

Published in Cloud

Global logistics firm DHL was the most imitated brand in phishing attempts in the final quarter of 2021 tracked by the Israeli firm Check Point Research, with 23% of such emails containing a reference to the company.

Published in Security

In this world of modern digital assistants it's become commonplace to call upon your device by name. However, it’s also caused suffering in the lives of ladies named Alexa with everyone they meet thinking it’s funny to boss them around.

Published in The Wired CIO
Monday, 20 December 2021 17:22

Avast warns of Amazon Token crypto scam

Scammers are capitalising on rumours that Amazon may be planning to launch its own cryptocurrency, according to security company Avast.

Published in Security

A serious vulnerability in the Log4j Java-based logging library is affecting many enterprise applications and cloud services.

Published in Security

Cloud technology provider DNX Solutions has joined FinTech Australia’s corporate partnership program to level the playing field for emerging fintechs with cloud solutions.

Published in Business IT

Indian retail outlet Future Retail has released details of dealings with global retail giant Amazon in a bid to break off a deal between the two companies.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 10 November 2021 10:57

Marketplacer hires former Amazon exec Rinker

Online marketplace platform operator Marketplacer has appointed Brittany Rinker to the newly created role of vice president of community.

Published in People Moves

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