More than half of Australian CIOs are planning to invest more in public cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) in the next 12 month. This will contribute to a 60% growth in the IaaS business locally, reaching $621 million by the end of the year, according to new research.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers can now buy software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions through the AWS Marketplace. The software on offer runs on a pay-as-you-go consumption model with no recurring costs and services that are used will be billed on a customer's AWS bill. There are a number of SaaS and API products on offer. Here's what you need to know.
Apple's iCloud has a long and troubled past, but the company keeps pushing it for iPhone and Mac users with every new operating system update. Don't be fooled. The service is an inconsistent mess and more trouble than it's worth.
After adding a whole bunch of productivity tools to its online storage cloud service a few months ago, Dropbox has now brought more features to its iOS app. Here's what you need to know.
Microsoft has announced that it has discounted the prices of some of its popular virtual machine (VM) instances on its Azure public cloud platform. Here's a breakdown of Azure VM prices in Australia right now.
One of the biggest pains of modern life is not having your files backed up, and potentially losing them in a computer crash. There is a solution: a subscription to Zoolz Complete Cloud Storage.
Google is expanding the footprint of its public cloud service. The company is gearing up to launch a point of presence for its Google Cloud Platform (GCP) in Sydney, its first one in Australia. While GCP is already accessible globally, the point of presence will bring lower latency to local customers. Here's what you need to know.
Microsoft Ignite 2016 has begun in Atlanta over in the US and the keynote was held earlier today. As the countdown reached zero, Microsoft general manager for cloud platorm Julia White entered to redefine IT as innovation and transformation before introducing Scott Guthrie, Executive VP of Microsoft . With a focus on how new technology enables digital transformation, he described how a number of global companies have transitioned to Microsoft cloud services. Read on to find out more.
Public cloud services spending in Australia is set to reach $5.55 billion (US$4.18 billion) by the end of the year, while the global market is expected to hit $276.73 billion (US$208.6 billion). But surprisingly, a large number of organisations still have no plans to use cloud services, according to analyst firm Gartner. Read on to find out more.
The theme of Huawei's Connect 2016 conference in Shanghai, China, is 'Shape the cloud'. Certainly Huawei, an IT and communications technology provider, is becoming a serious player in the cloud space. But despite having the capabilities to launch its own public cloud service, it has chosen to stay behind the scenes, providing technology to power other people's clouds instead. Huawei explains why it's not interested in becoming the next Amazon Web Service (AWS).
The worldwide software-as-service (SaaS) market grew by 33 per cent in the second quarter of 2016 and Microsoft's SaaS business experienced significant growth as well. So much so, it has overtaken Salesforce as the number one enterprise SaaS provider, according to Synergy Research Group. Read on to find out more.
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If Google is obsessed with compression, you can count on the likes of Dropbox having a thing for it too. Driven by the need to store petabytes of user data in the most efficient way possible, the cloud storage company has come up with its own lossless JPEG compressor that can shave over 20 per cent off file sizes.