Multi-cloud is giving CIOs headaches according to a new report, which found that application experience is suffering as a result of companies increasingly using more than one pubic cloud in conjunction with a private cloud infrastructure. The survey, conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of New York based application experience specialist Kemp Technologies, confirms that multi-cloud is fast becoming the standard for business with 84 … Continue reading Multi-cloud adding new challenges: report
Equinix has ramped up its collaboration with Oracle, expanding its private and secure connectivity to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure in dozens of metropolitan areas around the world, including Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Hong Kong. According to the interconnection and data centre provider, its recent expansions in Sydney, São Paulo, Tokyo, Toronto and Zurich now offer customers in those regions private connectivity to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure FastConnect … Continue reading Equinix boosts Oracle play with multi-region cloud connectivity expansion
Enterprise cloud computing specialist Nutnix has picked up a contract with Melbourne’s Swinburne University of Technolog to help it build and manage a hybrid cloud, in a bid to axe time-consuming and administrative tasks for the university’s IT team and final year students. Nutanix noted that Swinburne has a curriculum that focuses and relies heavily on technology. “The IT team at the university needed a way … Continue reading Nutanix nabs enterprise cloud deal with Swinburne University of Technology
Fujitsu has released its ‘Protected Cloud’ service, a software-as-a-service offering aimed at government agencies seeking to complete digital transformation in a secure cloud technology environment. Fujitsu said it’s working with Vault to deliver the service which includes infrastructure-as-a-service, backup-as-a-service and government desktop-as-a-service. The service portfolio – which meets the controls of the Australian Signals Directorate’s Information Security Manual – will be delivered from a government-only protected … Continue reading Fujitsu eyes government digital shift opportunity with new ‘Protected Cloud’
Heather Wright is in San Jose as a guest of NetEvents A real-time artificial intelligence transcription service and a cybersecurity offering designed to prevent ‘human-centric attacks’ were among the winners at NetEvent’s IoT, Cloud and Cybersecurity Innovation Awards held in San Jose this evening. The transcription service from Silicon Valley startup AISense was named Hot Start-up Cloud/Datacenter, with Fyde, an app designed to block phishing, … Continue reading HOT STARTUPS AND INNOVATION LEADERS HONOURED IN NETEVENTS AWARDS
The rollout of 5G across Australia and New Zealand will have a ‘massive’ impact on increasing the mobile workforce, according to Hyland Software ANZ country manager Jamie Atherton, who says it will also change the offerings we’ll see from software developers. Continue reading “HYLAND ANZ COUNTRY MANAGER TALKS 5G AND THE DEATH OF HYBRID”
Nutanix has unveiled a new software-as-a-service offering to provide multi-cloud management settings, allowing organizations to control their spending, security and regulatory compliance across a variety of cloud platforms. Continue reading “NUTANIX AIMS FOR NETWORK CONTROL OPP WITH NEW ‘BEAM’ SAAS LAUNCH”
Citrix has unveiled a cloud management plane for Asia-Pacific South, selecting Australia as the location for the offering.