The Australian SMB cloud market grew to $1.7 billion by mid-2014, according to a new study.
Fujitsu is investing US$2 billion over two years in its global cloud services in an initiative which it says is aimed at achieving cloud sales of US3.5 billon, or 350 billion yen in its own currency.
New data shows cloud usage in Australia is growing very quickly, with twice as many enterprises adopting Iinfrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) in 2013 as in the previous year.
IT services provider Dimension Data and Cisco have expanded their 23-year partnership, with plans to accelerate and streamline hybrid cloud adoption globally.
Australia is lagging behind the rest of the world in the digital stakes when it comes to digital-leadership, according to a new global report which warns that our IT leaders need to take up the challenge of digitalisation or risk falling further behind.
The focus of attention for cloud computing at larger Australian organisations is shifting towards SaaS, according to a major consulting company.
Hardware and software company Oracle has become a corporate sponsor of the OpenStack Foundation and has announced a set of plans to add OpenStack compatibility or integration to a range of its products.
Oracle has announced 10 new services under the Oracle Cloud umbrella, including a marketplace for third parties to offer their services on Oracle's cloud.
BlueCentral's (formerly Destra) new strategy of competing directly with Macquarie Telecom, Rackspace, Bulletproof and Amazon in the enterprise infrastructure as a service market "is working quite well," managing director George Kazangi told iTWire.
VMware has announced it will enter the IaaS market later this year with VMware vCloud Hybrid Service, a public cloud service that will be interoperable with existing VMware virtualised infrastructure.
BlueCentral has opened up its enterprise-grade IaaS platform and signed the first customers.
Gartner has issued its Magic Quadrant for cloud services, putting Amazon Web Services streets ahead of its nearest rival.
AT&T and IBM have joined forces to create a private-network based global cloud service for the largest multinationals by delivering IBM SmartCloud Enterprise+ cloud capabilities over AT&T's global network.
Australian businesses have moved past the initial cost savings they get from the adoption of cloud solutions to recognising the increased agility and scalability that adoption offers, according to a new report from Frost & Sullivan.
After examining enterprise usage of every flavour of cloud computing (IaaS, SaaS, PaaS) Ovum has concluded that Cloud computing "can actually be a better, faster, less expensive and less risky way to source ICT," and that successful implementation depends more on leadership and decisiveness than technology.
Telstra's IaaS has been given the tick of approval by Cisco.
Parallels offers automation software to make hosting and as-a-service providers more efficient, and there's more to come.
Storage and data management solutions provider, NetApp has expanded its global partner network through which its cloud services are delivered, claiming a doubling in size over the past six months as 20 new additional partners come onboard.
Australians' summer holiday habits are causing a delayed local rollout of Kaspersky's latest cloud security update.
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