GUEST OPINION: For many organisations, creating an effective data protection strategy to support the adoption of remote work and cloud infrastructure is becoming increasingly urgent.
While DDoS attack numbers held fairly steady from the previous quarter of 2021, attack volumes escalated dramatically, a report from Radware has disclosed.
Amazon Elastic Container Service Anywhere – which allows on-premises container-based applications to be run and managed using the same APIs and tools that apply to Amazon ECS in AWS – is now generally available, including AWS's Sydney region.
Governance and compliance issues are the major reasons for organisations seeking to bring their data back onshore, Pure Storage APJ CTO Matt Oostveen told iTWire.
Hybrid cloud remains the model of choice for a large majority of the IT decision makers surveyed by Vanson Bourne for enterprise cloud vendor Nutanix, but there's a swing back to on-premises systems.
A new survey of large companies — those with at least 100 employees — in Australia and New Zealand has confirmed the trend to moving applications to the cloud, though there are still some concerns.
Oracle has announced Oracle Database 12c release 2, which will be available in the cloud before it ships to on-premises users. In related news, new Exadata systems have been revealed.
Any need to customise business applications works against the use of cloud software, so ERP and applications vendor Infor plans to continue to develop software that can be put to work in a growing range of industries straight out of the (virtual) box.
Oracle claims a first - a dedicated piece of the Oracle Cloud can now be installed in an organisation's data centre.
Nintex is making it possible for business analysts and people working in business units to complete workflow automation projects with little or no involvement by the IT department.
Industry expertise, extensible software and multiple deployment options are among the keys to ERP vendor Epicor's success.
Cloud "is both awesome and scary," according to NetApp founder and executive vice president Dave Hitz.
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.
Progress has unveiled a new version of its Pacific Application Server for use with the company's OpenEdge database.
The Fujitsu Cloud Integration Platform has been designed to allow CIOs to offer external cloud services alongside internal services with consistent tools and user experience.
WatchGuard's XTMv unified threat management system now includes support for Microsoft's Hyper-V virtualisation software.
Allocate Software plans to boost its Australian development team. The company's workforce optimisation and compliance software is used by the Australian Defence Force and NSW Health, among others.
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