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Cost is often one of the earliest incentives that leads organisations to consider Cloud computing. That incentive is probably even stronger in the current economic circumstance, says Scott Taylor, an independent consultant from Thirdrock, with a long pedigree in SAP projects and stints at companies such as Deloitte and Ernst

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of cloud technologies by several years, according to the market leader AWS, which today urged its customers to reinvent themselves to fend off disruption and hit back at criticism of its growth rate. Speaking at AWS re:Invent, held virtually for the first time

Professional services giant Accenture today announced it has acquired Olikka, a Melbourne-based provider of cloud migration and related services. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Olikka was founded in 2011 and now has around 50 employees, including certified experts in AWS. The company is an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner

IBM has brushed aside its drop in public cloud market share rankings and insists its open hybrid approach, along with an enterprise legacy, places it well for a future where data and workload portability will be paramount. The company dropped to fifth in public cloud market share this month, ceding

Swinburne University will offer a two year degree in cloud computing, teaching students about cloud services programming, app building, data management, and analysis. The Associate Degree of Applied Technologies – Cloud Computing is the result of a partnership with Amazon Web Series, the market leader in public cloud services, which

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Genesys has revealed what it clais to be the industry’s first native multicloud architecture. With new levels of flexibility, agility and choice, the company says it will make it simpler for organisations to build a rich multivendor ecosystem and tailor their infrastructure, deployment and management models to fit their business.

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Global infrastructure as a service (IaaS) spending grew 37.3 per cent last year reaching US$44.5 billion, up from US$32.4 billion in 2018. The figures are from Gartner which also said Amazon retained the top spot position in the IaaS market in 2019, followed by Microsoft, Alibaba, Google, and Tencent. According

The introduction of the consumer data right, which underpins open banking will make it easier for consumers to switch banks, but that will not be without cost to incumbents and insurgents alike. That’s the view of Michael Ewald, director of engineering and consulting APAC Contino, an Enterprise DevOps and Cloud

Driven by strong customer demand, Oracle has revealed its Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer, a fully-managed cloud region that brings all of Oracle’s second-generation cloud services, including Autonomous Database and Oracle Cloud applications, to customer datacenters, starting at only $500K a month. With this offering, the company says enterprises get the exact same

Deloitte plans to train 4,000 team members across Australia in cloud computing, as part of the Deloitte Cloud Guild, a technology training program with Amazon Web Services (AWS).  Announced today, the Deloitte Cloud Guild will offer a variety of training opportunities, from hackathons and immersion days to highly targeted self-paced