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A “tsunami” of new technology is coming along with a new wave of capital from commodity industries. The ultimate winners will be the ones that can capture the talent and information needed to leverage it, according to OpenText CEO and CTO, Mark Barrenechea. His evidence of the value of business

Australia’s cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) is on a growth trajectory with new research predicting market spend to reach $1.2 billion by 2022. It also shows three quarters of medium and large Australian organisations are already taking a multi cloud approach, which is presenting some complexity challenges. The research, Telsyte Australian Cloud

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Businesses remain under severe pressure to evolve IT to support digital transformation programs. Agility, responsiveness and cost-effectiveness are essential to stay relevant to employees, customers, partners and other stakeholders. To meet these challenges, businesses are turning in increasing numbers to the cloud and Software as a Service applications. Learn more

Oracle is debuting its global yacht race in Sydney tomorrow, adding digital sensors and data analysis to a fleet of what it says are the world’s fastest and most technologically advanced catamarans. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The inaugural SailGP race is different from traditional races because it

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been awarded Protected certification by the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC), enabling Australian public and private sector organisations to store and process highly sensitive data at the Protected security classification level in the AWS Asia Pacific (Sydney) Region. Since 2012, Australian government organisations, regulated entities,

A report by Forrester Research has studied six Dell Boomi customers across multiple industries (consumer sales and marketing, transport, travel, manufacturing, energy and utilities, construction, media and advertising) to determine the scale and the extent of cost savings from a switch to the cloud. The report, which was commissioned by

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Koch Equity Development (KED) and Golden Gate Capital have invested  $1.5 billion in cloud ERP provider Infor, ahead of a potential IPO later this year. The capital builds on KED’s investment of more than $2 billion in early 2017, and represents an important milestone as Infor considers a potential IPO

Accenture has acquired PrimeQ, one of Australia’s and New Zealand’s top Oracle Software as a Service (SaaS) Cloud implementation service providers. With the addition of PrimeQ, Accenture claims it is now the largest Oracle Cloud systems integrator in the region. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter “PrimeQ has extensive

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Although the majority of banks recognise the advantages of building new information technology (IT) systems on cloud platforms, many have been slow to transition to the cloud, and only one in four has a solid strategy for cloud adoption, according to a new report from Accenture. The report — titled

VMware, the company best known for virtualising servers and storage, is transitioning to a subscription service model, according to its cloud platform CTO, Kit Colbert. The move is similar to Adobe’s SaaS shift and will generate better outcomes for customers, according to Colbert. “We absolutely are focused on moving more