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Global end-use of public cloud services is expected to boom this year, with technology analyst firm Gartner predicting a 23.1% rise in spending and reach US$332.3 billion (A$428.7 billion) from US$270 billion in 2020.

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Spending on public cloud services by end-users has been forecast to increase to US$4.1 billion (A$5.58 billion) next year, the technology analyst firm Gartner says, adding that this would be an increase of 29.4% year-on-year.

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GUEST OPINION: Prior to the advent of cloud computing, IT was simply a department in an organisation where users would go to get their phone issues resolved or their computers fixed. Today, IT plays a far more strategic role in the enterprise and is a key enabler of business innovation and growth.

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GUEST OPINION: Prior to the advent of cloud computing, IT was simply a department in an organisation where users would go to get their phone issues resolved or their computers fixed. Today, IT plays a far more strategic role in the enterprise and is a key enabler of business innovation and growth.

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Global cloud revenues in 2019 brought in US$233.4 billion (A$324.7 billion), with the top five public cloud providers — Microsoft, AWS, Salesforce, Google and Oracle — accounting for more than a third of this figure, the technology analyst firm IDC says.

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Multinational companies are dominating the Australian hyperscale cloud market, according to research from emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte.

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Wednesday, 25 March 2020 18:59

How to rapidly support a distributed workforce

GUEST CONTRIBUTION* by Adam Fuoss, vice president technical sales Silver Peak: As Australian businesses adapt to the changing dynamics of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the unprecedented shift toward remote working is creating a mass exodus of employees out of branch offices into their homes. Employees are quickly having to adapt to communicating and collaborating in new ways to maintain business productivity.

Wednesday, 25 March 2020 18:44

How to rapidly support a distributed workforce

GUEST CONTRIBUTION* by Adam Fuoss, vice president technical sales Silver Peak: As Australian businesses adapt to the changing dynamics of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the unprecedented shift toward remote working is creating a mass exodus of employees out of branch offices into their homes. Employees are quickly having to adapt to communicating and collaborating in new ways to maintain business productivity.

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Global cosmetics giant L’Oreal is using a solution from cloud data specialist Talend to power its research & innovation department's data lake in a private IaaS environment on Microsoft Azure.

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Amazon is once again the number one vendor in the global infrastructure as a service market, with the worldwide IaaS market growing 31.3% in 2018 to total US$32.4 billion, up from US$24.7 billion in 2017.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 26 June 2019 17:31

Be data-centric to secure the cloud: McAfee exec

"Organisations are still struggling with the rapid move to the cloud," McAfee MVision Cloud Asia Pacific regional director Joel Camissar told iTWire, but taking a data-centric view to protecting information makes it easier.

Published in Security

McAfee's new MVision family of security products comes with a promise to give organisations more time to manage their security by reducing the amount of time needed to manage security controls.

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Australian organisations are forecast to spend A$5.6 billion on public cloud services in 2019, a 20.3% increase from this year, and higher than the global growth rate of 17.3%, according to a new report.

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The majority of authentication methods used by organisations "aren’t up to scratch compared to those offered by consumer websites such as Facebook and Amazon," according to the latest research from Gemalto.

Published in Business Software
Tuesday, 03 October 2017 06:32

The cloud is not if, but when, says Oracle CEO

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.

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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.

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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.

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Oracle IaaS and PaaS are now available from within Australia.

Published in Enterprise Cloud
Wednesday, 26 October 2016 16:46

Oracle's 'Amazon killer' IaaS goes live

Customers can now use the Oracle Bare Metal Cloud Services that Larry Ellison announced last month.

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