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Amazon vs. consumers on the Aussie shutout
Amazon announced that due to GST regulation they will no longer be shipping from the US to Australia. Its comment and the consumer perspective inside.
Rackspace achieves AWS Financial Services Competency
The company demonstrated expertise with AWS and passed an assessment of their solutions in order to receive the designation.
Progress and AWS offering self-service Industrial IoT solution
The offering will empower R&D and innovation groups with better decision-making capabilities for IIoT proof-of-concept (POC) and pilot execution.
Synergy reports record-breaking Q1 capex spend for big cloud providers
The capital expenditure (Capex) of hyperscale operators jumped to $27 billion in Q1, according to Synergy.
Google beats Amazon to first place in smart speaker war
Smart speakers continue to be the world’s fastest-growing consumer technology segment.
Big 5 fuel ‘staggering’ growth of capex in hyperscale data centres
Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Apple, and Facebook continue to balloon in the hyperscale data centre market with spending reaching an all-time high.
Is your business ready to talk chatbots?
That introduces a new criterion to how IT leaders make their choice of chatbots: observability.
The colocation market conditions you need to know about before picking a provider
As the market expands, so does your ability to find an outstanding collaborative provider who can establish a right-sized approach just for you.
Cloud boom continues as giants threaten small operators
"Cloud growth in the last two quarters has been quite exceptional."
AI and the cloud - a match made in heaven
When it comes to technology trends, they don’t come much bigger than cloud computing and artificial intelligence.
GlobalData: AWS, lower cloud adoption barriers or face being overtaken
GlobalData has released commentary reporting Amazon's days at the top of the cloud market could be numbered unless it makes some changes.
Amazon: A digital wake-up call for Australian retail
Don’t be deceived by Amazon’s "soft start" in Australia. It knows exactly what it's doing.
A glance at the future: Mind-reading AI, VR journalism & radical collaboration
Let's imagine a situation in which a police department of the future adopts "mind-reading" technology to predict a crime before it even happens.
Report: Enterprise server demand underwhelming for 4Q17
A report by Dell’Oro Group has shown that high memory costs contributed to a slower than expected Purley refresh cycle slowing sales in the quarter.
AWS launches image recognition AI for APAC developers
Amazon Rekognition makes it easy to add image analysis to applications, using powerful, deep learning-based image and face recognition.
Amazon Web Services strikes record deal with Taipei Government
Taipei Deputy Mayor Lin Chin-rong called the deal “an important innovative movement for Taipei and Taiwan.”
Amazon and Facebook make 2017 the year of hyperscale
“The capex analysis emphasizes the biggest reason why those cloud providers are so difficult to challenge.”
Cloud e-commerce platform enhances tie-in with Amazon marketplace
Magento Commerce is adding greater capabilities that allow merchants to manage their Amazon inventory on the cloud e-commerce platform.
Azure nipping at the heels of AWS, new cloud report finds
“As a result, optimising clouds costs is the top initiative for cloud users in 2018.”
2018, the year that...apps will become intuitive and conversational
Striking a balance between human-led interactions and digital advancements will be key in delivering the next level of customer service in 2018.
Amazon and eBay pushing department stores to extinction
The new generation of tech-savvy shoppers prefer to shop with online platforms like Amazon and eBay that provide lower prices.
Expert paints picture of steady worldwide growth for colocation providers
The first half of 2017 alone saw $18.2 billion invested in mergers and acquisitions, up from $7.6 billion in all of 2016 and $6 billion in 2015.
SMBs struggle to set up shop due to slow internet speeds
Small businesses may be the engine room of the Aus economy, but it appears support doesn’t go both ways.
Amazonification of brick and mortar retailers: Why Aussie organisations must mobilise
Mobility is already mission critical in the retail space. Addressing it with a focus on integration will ensure you don't miss the mark.