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Cape York indigenous rangers and Australian scientists are protecting turtles in far north Queensland by identifying and mapping nests and predators with drones, artificial intelligence and cloud computing. The process saves hundreds of hours of manual work and is helping stabilise turtle populations in Cape York. Feral pigs have been

With Cloud services offering a massive variety of infrastructure, platform and software options, choosing the best fit for your business is a huge challenge. Once you make that choice, you’re then faced with the task of onboarding that new tool in a way that ensures the security and safety of

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Businesses are migrating in increasing numbers from on-premises data storage to the public Cloud to avoid a large capital expenditure outlay. They also benefiting from dynamic, cost-effective ‘pay-as-you-go’ computing and native security features. Cloud is a flexible and highly available resource, which has led to its phenomenal growth — yet

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It’s not the large that eats the small — it’s the fast that eats the slow. This is true in the animal kingdom and it’s true in business. Over the last two decades, as technology has become an enabler of change and driven the development of new business models, countless

Vendor revenue from sales of IT infrastructure products (server, enterprise storage, and Ethernet switch) for cloud environments, including public and private cloud, increased 9.4 percent year over year in the third quarter of 2020 (3Q20). The figures are contained in the latest International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Cloud IT Infrastructure

Alibaba Cloud, the digital technologies arm of Alibaba Group, unveiled a series of innovative products at its 12th annual Apsara Conference, saying it wants to help people adapt to the more digitised world and accelerate customers’ digital transformation during and after the pandemic. The Chinese tech giant revealed its first

Government technology leaders understand that building a viable Cloud infrastructure in Canberra requires the support of industry — but they also recognize that they are not always the easiest customer to work with. These issues surfaced during our research into the creation of the “Perceptions of Cloud Computing in Government”

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