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Displaying items by tag: Longhaus

Monday, 05 March 2012 09:51

Cloud: never mind the risk, feel the benefits

The author of a recent report on cloud computing service providers says his research uncovered some worrying statistics about the security and reliability of many cloud providers.

Published in Cloud Computing

Providers of cloud services should invest in IT service management (ITSM) capability in order to enable their customers to better monitor the performance of the infrastructure that underpins their services, and to differentiate their offerings in an increasingly crowded market.

Published in Cloud Computing
Thursday, 20 October 2011 20:28

Fujitsu offers two months' free cloud

Independent software vendors and small and medium enterprises are being offered a two month free trial of Fujitsu's Australian based cloud computing platforms as the company attempts to gee up interest outside the enterprise sector.

Published in Cloud Computing
Thursday, 20 October 2011 20:28

Fujitsu offers two months' free cloud

Independent software vendors and small and medium enterprises are being offered a two month free trial of Fujitsu's Australian based cloud computing platforms as the company attempts to gee up interest outside the enterprise sector.

Published in Networking

SoftLayer Technologies, a US based provider of cloud, dedicated, and managed hosting services - named by Australian market researcher firm Longhaus as a leading offshore cloud provider in Australia - has entered the Asia Pacific market with the opening of a data centre in Singapore and network points of presence in Singapore, Tokyo, and Hong Kong.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 17 February 2011 13:41

New research sifts cloud's best from the rest

After three months' analysis of the 115 organisations which claim to provide enterprise grade, or trusted, infrastructure cloud computing services in Australia the top seven suppliers have been named by research organisation Longhaus. The envelope please'¦

Published in Virtualisation
Wednesday, 30 March 2011 08:15

Do Japan and India hold cloud advantage?

The listed giants of the IT industry - think IBM, HP, CSC - have grown used to satisfying the quarterly appetites of shareholders and become lean and effective revenue machines in the process. The question that many are grappling with now though is; will their shareholders have the patience to allow them to transition their business models for the new world of cloud computing?

Published in Cloud Computing

CloudCentral has been listed as one of the 6 leading Australian providers of true cloud infrastructure services to the domestic market.

Thursday, 17 February 2011 16:59

Cloud market needs industry watchdog

An industry watchdog which can police the cloud computing market is needed to avoid enterprises coming unstuck when offloading their computing to a cloud provider. In the same way that APRA keeps an eye on the local banks, delivering a measure of comfort when people hand over their dosh, a cloud watchdog would provide a measure of comfort when people hand over their data.

Thursday, 17 February 2011 13:41

New research sifts cloud's best from the rest

After three months' analysis of the 115 organisations which claim to provide enterprise grade, or trusted, infrastructure cloud computing services in Australia the top seven suppliers have been named by research organisation Longhaus. The envelope please'¦

Monday, 27 September 2010 15:39

Reinecke report slated for October release

Ian Reinecke has brushed off suggestions his report into Canberra's progress with the Gershon reforms may be buried by the Gillard government, telling iTWire he expects its release in October.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Thursday, 23 September 2010 15:21

Canberra rips guts from Gershon

The Australian Public Service has failed in its implementation of the Gershon report recommendations according to Peter Carr, the managing director of analyst Longhaus, who said that ICT contractors have been unfairly targeted by Canberra razor gangs cutting $22 million in the first year of implementation.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Monday, 16 August 2010 15:02

Open software passes Australian tipping point

Almost two in three Australian enterprises now has a policy or strategy in place regarding the use of Free Open Source Software, with just about every enterprise using elements of open source in their day to day operations.

Published in Open Source
Wednesday, 21 July 2010 18:23

Cloud computing: secure or not?

We keep hearing that security is one of the main factors discouraging cloud adoption, but are these concerns well founded?

Published in Security
Thursday, 11 March 2010 16:23

Business intelligence takes to the cloud

Business intelligence applications are the latest technology to get the cloud treatment with new research suggesting that 69 per cent of Australian CIOs are using, planning or considering BI delivered as a service.

Published in Business Intelligence
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