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Global cloud provider OVH chooses Melbourne to launch APAC headquarters
Following the recent opening of data centres in Australia and Singapore, OVH has launched its APAC regional headquarters in Melbourne.
Australia – Leading the way in diversifying cloud services
In the past few years, Equinix’s cloud ecosystem has diversified considerably, particularly in Australia, where demand for cloud services is strong.
Australian enterprises embracing IaaS at pace with market set to surpass $1b
A recent report from Telsyte has revealed cloud IaaS is expected to be used by a whopping 99 percent of Australian enterprises by 2020.
Azure closes gap on AWS, as customers call for more business alignment
Cloud service providers need to step up their game when it comes to aligning IT and business requirements for customers, according to a new survey.
21Vianet exec says cloud computing a priority for Chinese Govt
Although domestic competition may be growing, foreign companies hold the key when it comes to technology.
Gartner: 2017 public cloud services market to surge 18 percent
Gartner have forecast widespread growth across the globe, with cloud adoption strategies to influence more than 50% of ITO deals through 2020.
Australian IaaS uptake soars 60%, set to surpass $1b by 2020
Changing ICT priorities are driving Aussie infrastructure-as-a-service spend rapidly upwards, with Telsyte forecasting spend to surpass $1b by 2020.
Fast track your company to digital transformation with Fujitsu
In order to ensure its customers are embracing digital transformation, Fujitsu have developed Digital Business Platform MetArc
In depth analysis of AWS, Azure and Google IaaS: Who came out on top?
Gartner has published the updated cloud IaaS scores for AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform.
Enterprise adoption drives strong growth for public cloud IaaS
Public cloud infrastructure as a service (IaaS) offerings are rapidly becoming a viable alternative to on-premises hardware.
Are AWS, IBM and Microsoft pushing carrier cloud providers out of the market?
Carrier cloud providers forced to re-evaluate public cloud strategies due to their struggle to gain market share against pure plays and incumbents.
Research results: ICT procurement and financing trends in APAC
The surge of the cloud and other consumption-based services has caused monumental changes. Not least of which in the ways companies obtain ICT.
Cloud infrastructure services market booming; AWS leads way
Data centers providing cloud infrastructure services will take up over 50% of servers shipped in 2016 but there’s an impact for vendors and channel.
IntegrationWorks, Revera and StackAlliance team up for government
IntegrationWorks has teamed up with Revera and the Stack Alliance to capitalise on growing demand from government agencies for digital transformation.
Cloud spending to account for half of federal govt IT budget by 2018
Lower price points for cloud services and the changing nature of cloud computing is helping to drive federal government cloud consumption.
Still massive opportunities in cloud according to Nutanix
“For a channel partners it’s a gift that keeps on giving.”
How to avoid private cloud pitfalls
"By taking careful, well planned, properly scoped steps, it’s possible to make IaaS happen."
iiNet wins SA Government IaaS deal
iiNet's Internode wins deal to provide infrastructure-as-a-service and backup-as-a-service to SA Government departments.
VMware Horizon Air cloud services coming to Australia
VMware will launch VMware Horizon Air cloud services in Australia this quarter.
Cloud IaaS market in a state of upheaval, buyers beware
Gartner is urging buyers to be cautious as many service providers are shifting their strategies after failing to gain enough market traction.
Maclean Technology and Nutanix release IaaS offering
Maclean Technology has launched a managed infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) offering powered by Nutanix’s hyper-converged technology.
DHBs across the country move to IBM Cloud
DHBs are set to introduce new IT infrastructure that will increase security, reliability, and service levels, and reduce the risk of critical outages.
IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, DRaaS, DPaaS… is there anything not ‘as-a-service’? But is everything as-a-service the future of technology, or just marketing puffery? Heather Wright polls some industry and analysts.
How organisations can realise the cost savings they were expecting from IaaS
As increasing numbers of enterprises adopt an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) model one of the key results they are looking for is cost savings.