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An Intel survey has shown a marked preference for private clouds, with a virtualised datacentre a prerequisite for operating in the cloud.
To meet the growing demand by the Australian market for its cloud-based talent management solution, Saba Software has opened its first Australian datacentre in Sydney.
IBM will be helping Fire and Rescue NSW move its corporate workload to the IBM cloud infrastructure, which is based in the NSW government's datacentre.
Big Blue is planning to set up its own cloud datacentre in South Korea next year to expand in the local market, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
Spark Digital, formerly known as Gen-i, has been building its datacentre capacity in Wellington and Christchurch. On Thursday, it will launch its new T3 Auckland facility.
IBM's cloud services business SoftLayer is set to open its first Australian datacentre in Melbourne in September, with a second datacentre planned for Sydney later this year.
Xero co-founder and CEO Rod Drury has revealed that the company has spent millions of dollars on a complete redundant datacentre footprint, as it works to wrest marketshare from cloud accounting incumbents.
Big Blue to open new London datacentre as part of its $1.2bn investment in its SoftLayer cloud services worldwide.
A datacentre consolidation project could see big data analytics finally become accessible and affordable for departments and agencies big and small, thanks to the cloud.
The NSW government's datacentre-based cloud market could start up a potential feeding frenzy among government agencies and cloud providers. But will cloud providers be the predators or the prey?
In the second and final part of ZDNet's look at the NSW government's datacentre consolidation program, we examine the concept of a datacentre-based services marketplace and the government's current thinking on how it will approach the cloud.
As the NSW government preps for the first move into its new Unanderra datacentre this weekend, ZDNet looks to get an insight into the government's datacentre strategy. Part two of this series will look at the government's concept of a datacentre-based services marketplace, and its current thinking on the use of cloud.
ASX technical services has seen 9.9 percent growth in revenue for the 2013 financial year, while Bulletproof claims revenue growth of 46 percent.
Ninefold and NEC are two of the eight new suppliers the Department of Finance and Deregulation has added to the datacentre-as-a-service multi-use list to supply cloud services to the Australian government.
Equinix has expanded its Swiss datacentre footprint, aiming at meeting demand from cloud and financial services firms among others.
Oracle pushes ahead with its international cloud plans with the announcement of a new UK datacentre specifically for government services.
The datacentre provider is offering NetApp private storage for Amazon Web Services, and hopes it will encourage Australian companies with data privacy fears to adopt cloud services.
Telecity is planning to expand its European datacentres over the next three years, with the internet of things and mobile payments likely to be future drivers of demand.
Cloud computing is a powerful technology for renting servers and storage, but if you work with big data, the costs of going outside your own datacentre could be prohibitive.
The new upgrade to Riak Cloud Storage is compatible with Amazon Web Services and allows cloud admins to replicate data between multiple datacentres - potentially letting them avoid downtime and spin up their own global clouds.
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