Oracle’s chief executive Mark Hurd has outlined his argument why companies must turn to the cloud to survive in today’s challenging environments at Oracle Open World in San Francisco.
Having started his IT company at 12, Alexander Slade is now 21 years young, studying at Uni while running a very successful SMB IT specialist as chief executive, with big aspirations for the future.
The global public cloud market is expected to grow to US$246.8 billion this year — up from US$209.2 billion in 2016 — according to a new report which sees most of the growth coming from cloud system infrastructure services.
Oracle IaaS and PaaS are now available from within Australia.
Customers can now use the Oracle Bare Metal Cloud Services that Larry Ellison announced last month.
Oracle says its latest products put it ahead of Amazon Web Services for infrastructure as a service.
Australia is one of the first markets for Oracle Cloud at Customer, a new service that provides on-premises IaaS.
Centrify has opened its first Australian data centre in response to what it says is strong demand for its Identity-as-a-Service offerings and Australian firms and government agencies wanting to have in-region storage.
Oracle chairman and CTO Larry Ellison used his keynote on day one of Oracle Open World 2015 to give a history lesson and to introduce new cloud applications and new features for existing products.
Buttonwood Cloud Exchange wants to address the real challenges facing organisations wishing to make use of the cloud.
ICT consultancy UXC has secured a $12 million-plus contract to provide application managed services and an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platform to water treatment and chemical distribution company Ixom.
The adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in Australia may be impeded by a lack of preparedness and insufficient skills amongst IT professionals.
Accelerating enterprise cloud migration from on-premise IT infrastructure solutions to hosted alternatives is driving rapid, double-digit growth in the European Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) market.
Worldwide spending on IaaS is predicted by Gartner to reach approximately US$16.5 billion this year. But the company warns of rapid consolidation.
Developers aren't always addressing the right issues first, a visiting executive has warned.
HP has expanded its Helion range of IaaS products with physical and virtual servers preconfigured for workloads such as Microsoft SharePoint and Oracle E-Business Suite.
Service provider hosted apps and desktops are being taken up mainly by the top end of the SME market, according to Citrix.
Acer’s eBusiness unit operated the website and online ticketing for Taiwanese diva Jody Chiang’s farewell concerts, which went on sale last Sunday. Tickets sold out in 26 minutes after 340,000 users pre-registered as website members.
NEC's Cloud Platform for IaaS has been released in the broader Asia Pacific region following an initial introduction in Japan.
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