cloud computing

While IT leaders understand the benefits of Cloud computing, there remains a lot of trepidation and misunderstanding about how it can be best used. That was the view expressed by Canberra’s IT leaders — even those who are generally supportive of Cloud computing — when the Which-50 Digital Intelligence Unit

   Businesses with experience of cloud computing are coping much better than those without, as the massive shift of knowledge workers from office environments to home working rolls out at unprecedented scale and speed. In a new APAC leader technology video panel produced by Which-50 and Boardroom Media this

Amazon Web Services has announced it has committed to purchasing 60 megawatts of power from the Gunnedah Solar Farm in NSW, the first such investment for the company outside of the US and Europe. That project, which is due to be operational next year will ultimately provide AWS with 142,000

The global iPaaS market will grow at a 59.7 per cent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2018 and 2023, to US$10.2 billion according to research firm Ovum.  In a recent Ovum report, Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting a Cloud Platform for Hybrid Integration Vendor, 2019–20, it also noted the API

RMIT today announced it will open a Cloud Innovation Centre in 2020 aimed at tackling broad cybersecurity challenges with emerging technology.  The “Cyber Ready Cloud Innovation Centre” is a partnership between the Melbourne university, the federal government and Amazon Web Services (AWS), with the US company providing the cloud computing

There are four foundational “components” for successful transformation, according to Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy, who framed his annual re:Invent keynote around organisations ability to respond to change during what he said is a once in a lifetime opportunity – the shift to cloud computing. “Transformation can mean transforming

Government organisations are exploring cloud-first approaches to their customer service computing needs. To make the transition successfully, they need to overcome some challenges specific to the public sector  — and cloud service providers need to understand them. Chris Fryer, Enterprise Architect, NEC Australia, offers several key insights about the particular

Sydney,Australia - February 20, 2016: A QANTAS Boeing 737 taxies towards the terminal after landing at the city's airport. QANTAS is the flag carrier for Australia.

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce says the airline is close to offering non-stop flights from to London and New York from the east coast of Australia, thanks in part to advances in cloud computing. Joyce said the new aircraft needed for the long haul are ready and the airline expects to

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

Live sports streaming service Kayo Sports has turned to AWS to power its live streaming and video catch-up offering. Powered by Fox Sports Australia, ESPN, and beIN Sports, Kayo offers more than 50 sports instantly streamed from Australia and other countries for viewing on iOS and Android mobile devices, laptops