Displaying items by tag: Data sovereignty

AUCLoud in partnership with NextDC is lighting up a Sovereign Bridge across the country to provide government and critical national industries with secure high-speed access to sovereign cloud services.

Meta states in an SEC filing it is considering leaving Europe if it can no longer exchange data from European users with the United States, following the Schrems II decision. This story is evolving, and since publication a response from Meta has been received which confirms the company is concerned it will be unable to share data between the EU and US, but denies its concern is over targeted advertising.

Published in Listed Tech

GUEST OPINION: If you asked anyone working in the digital space today—marketers, customer service reps, IT managers or even ransomware adversaries—what the most valuable resource in the world is, their answer would be: data.

Published in Guest Opinion

Cyber defence specialist Mandiant is now operating from cloud-based infrastructure within Australia.

Published in Security

AWS announced today the plan to open an infrastructure region in New Zealand in 2024 with a new AWS Asia Pacific (Auckland) region consisting of three availability zones. The new region provides NZ customers with low latency workloads and secure data storage meeting data sovereignty requirements.

Published in Data Centres

Trend Micro has announced the launch of its Trend Micro Cloud One regional data centre in Sydney, supporting data sovereignty for Australian customers and enabling enterprises to adopt a SaaS-based security framework.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 21 September 2021 12:10

SugarCRM keeps data onshore and secure

SugarCRM keeps all of its Australian customers' CRM and marketing automation data onshore.

Published in Business Software

Hobart-based Internet service provider TasmaNet has launched its eastern seaboard cloud node, based in Sydney, delivering “enhanced access” to its core private cloud platform.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Helps customers maintain data sovereignty requirements and improve organisation's data health

COMPANY NEWS:  Talend (NASDAQ: TLND), a global leader in data integration and data integrity, today announced the opening of its newest regional cloud data infrastructure in Australia to support Talend’s expansion and growth in Asia Pacific (APAC).

Wednesday, 02 September 2020 23:29

Taguchi establishes new Australian data centre

Marketing automation company, TaguchiMarketing, has established an Australian data centre in response to what it says is increasing concerns by government and company boards about data sovereignty and compliance.

Published in Data Centres

The Digital Transformation Agency claims that data from the government's COVIDSafe app will not be stored in data centres owned by Chinese interests.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Germany's biggest cloud and hosting provider IONOS has teamed up with open source collaboration platform provider Nextcloud to offer users sovereignty over their data.

Published in Data
Tuesday, 19 November 2019 12:28

Carbon Black opening local data centre in 2020

Endpoint protection vendor VMware Carbon Black is to open an Australian data centre in the first half of 2020.

Published in Security

Deliver the software users want and need (not just what management thinks is required), look for deployment flexibility, and beware of API charges. They are the messages from SugarCRM CEO Larry Augustin.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Wednesday, 04 September 2013 14:29

MYOB sees Aussie Azure as 'icing on the cake'

The planned availability of Microsoft Azure locations in New South Wales and Victoria will be "the icing on the cake" for AccountRight Live users, according to an MYOB executive.

Published in Cloud Services

If you have corporate responsibilities at an organisation that uses or is considering the use of cloud services, this white paper may be essential reading.

Published in Cloud Services

The Citrix ShareFile cloud storage and synchronisation product will soon provide administrators with more control over where data is stored, along with an Outlook plug-in to automate its use in place of attaching files to messages.

New research suggests Australians are keen on cloud services, but they expect to know when their data is stored overseas - and to be able to control whether or not it goes offshore.

Published in Home Tech
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