Top Stories Cloud
- Xbox One Internals: What Are Azure And Hyper-V Really Doing In There?
- Windows Azure In Australia: Everything You Need To Know
- Why A Data Centre Is Like An Airport
- Is The NBN Slowing Down Business Broadband Providers?
- How Mobile Network Usage Will Change Your Work Environment
- Cloud-Based Online Stores Are Under Attack
One of the challenges of an environment where employees use multiple cloud services is how to manage those accounts. AppGuru, a new web-based service from LogMein,, aims to simplify that process by providing a centralised console where IT managers can track, deploy and remove users on different services.
Today’s announcement of the Xbox One has seen a decidedly mixed reaction, but also offered hints at the key roles some of Microsoft’s more enterprise technologies will play on the console/entertainment device/potential doorstop. Here’s what we know so far.
As we reported this morning, Microsoft is planning to launch two local Azure data centres in Australia. When will they launch? Will there be a cost difference? Lifehacker got the answers direct from Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s global president for Server & Tools.
A backend change from Google that snuck in amongst all the high-profile changes to search, Google+ and Google Now at Google I/O: its Google Compute Engine (GCE) infrastructure-as-a-service offering is now open to anyone.