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Amazon Web Services today revealed several new cloud services ranging from new databases to new AI and machine learning tools, some with particular importance for Australian customers, according to the company. Over 100,000 independent enterprises in Australia, ranging from startups to the big banks and government agencies, are running at

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

Swimming Australia is partnering with Amazon Web Services to enhance the performance of swimmers and improve audience experiences. Data and insights from the Amazon cloud services provider will help uncover talent for 2024 Olympics in Paris, according to Swimming Australia. The country’s peak body for swimming announced the deal today.

Two-thirds of large enterprises are not realising the full benefits of their cloud migration journeys identifying security and the complexity of business and operational change as barriers, according to a new report from Accenture. Based on a survey of 200 senior IT professionals from large businesses worldwide, the report —

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Google has debuted its new hybrid cloud management platform, Anthos, allowing enterprises to manage and deploy workloads across both Google’s public cloud, on premise and other public clouds. Google Cloud said the new platform is a response to the increasingly hybrid cloud infrastructure organisations are opting for, and the move

AWS Werner Vogels Keynote at The Venetian, Las Vegas, NV on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018.

The National Australia Bank is all in on public cloud. NAB will move at least 35 per cent of its IT workloads to a public cloud within the next two years. The shift will improve the bank’s innovation and agility, and better prepare it for open banking, according to NAB

Public cloud providers are catching up to market leader Amazon Web Services in the number of services they offer. But no other provider comes close to the market leader in terms of the underlying capabilities, according to its CEO Andy Jassy. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Speaking at

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Public cloud providers trumpet benefits of cost, flexibility and scale. But less clear is the point at which it makes sense to move workloads and applications to the cloud or whether some things are better left on-premise. During Amazon Web Services’ annual conference in Las Vegas this week Which-50 asked