Australian cloud accounting software provider MYOB is moving to return to public ownership after almost six years in private hands, on Tuesday filing its prospectus for an IPO on the ASX.
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Australia's two largest telecommunications providers are now claiming membership to the government's cloud services panel, with Telstra joining Optus on the list this week.
Google is offering a new incentive for using its Google Compute Engine. With Google Cloud Launcher, you can launch more than 120 popular open-source packages.
Other cloud giants with FedRAMP status handed down by other U.S. Government departments include Microsoft Office 365 and Amazon Web Services.
When businesses turn into a set of web APIs, decisions about trust, security, and risk management become more important than ever -- and many of these are board-level decisions.
Oracle Australia and New Zealand is hurtling headlong into a 'fundamental shift' in its business model, with the company's cloud services portfolio gaining the upper hand in its regional product revenue mix.
Microsoft is combining Azure Websites, Mobile Services and BizTalk Services into a new bundle for developers building all kinds of cross-platform apps.
The Helion Rack includes infrastructure and platform services designed to host mission critical cloud apps.
Amazon Web Services first announced the intended larger and faster cloud storage option last November.
Sonny Hashmi leaves the General Services Administration to join the cloud storage company as its new managing director for government.
Spanning 385,000 square feet, the Singapore facility is its largest in Asia-Pacific where there has been increasing demand for cloud services, say company execs.
IBM makes available two cloud-based services designed to help businesses learn about their customers from Twitter.
Some 76 percent of businesses in Singapore prefer to purchase all cloud services from a single provider but most end up having to manage multiple vendors, reveals a Telstra study.
Salesforce added an "intelligence engine" to the Service Cloud to make it easier to assign customer support cases across multiple channels.
Cloud services provider Bulletproof and Hitachi Data Systems Australia are in the latest list of companies to be added to the Australian Department of Finance's whole-of-government cloud services panel.
It demonstrates the 1st Law of New Media... content scales much faster than servers and software.
Alibaba is expanding its cloud computing services in the US, and the firm's first expansion overseas will be to Silicon Valley.
What's unclear is how far beyond SoftLayer IBM's OpenPOWER bare metal servers can go. Enterprises and other cloud providers will need to adopt OpenPOWER at scale to tip the data center balance.
For HP, the Telefonica deal is a nice win that includes a stack of infrastructure, services and software.
Diligent Board Member Services, the maker of Boardbooks company director software, appears to be putting its governance and accounting troubles behind it.