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IPDS Print Server

IT managers and system administrators have long struggled to make IBM AS400-based data and Mainframe spooled files available in Windows...

December 9, 2014 by IPDS Printing Solutions

Metalogix liberates SharePoint and Exchange data

SharePoint and Exchange are complex, quite flexible products that are in use by many organizations. Liberating the content stored in these products to allow some or all of it to be hosted in a service provider's data center can be challenging. Metalogix says they have got that covered.

December 9, 2013 by

iiNet launches Hosted Exchange

iiNet has launched its own email hosting service, Hosted Exchange, with the company boasting that all the data is kept in Australia.

March 24, 2013


The official t-mac app streamlines top features of our online software, giving true visibility of energy data, anywhere.Access all...

October 17, 2014 by t-mac Technologies

TimeTracker Professional 2014

Time Tracker is ready to use time sheet software to manage time and expenses spent on project and activities. Timetracker automates...

September 4, 2014 by Spinso

Only public info for foreign-owned vendors

After Microsoft confirmed a couple of weeks ago that it would have to provide the US government with data hosted in Australia were it requested to do so under the Patriot Act, I decided to talk to the government about the Patriot Act and its cloud strategy.

July 27, 2011 by

Forecast cloudy for Surf Life Saving

Volunteers for Surf Live Saving Australia were spending too much time doing data entry and administration, so the organisation decided to introduce a raft of applications to automate processes for its members, systems that will be hosted in Fujitsu's infrastructure-as-a-service cloud.

May 22, 2011 by

Rackspace rolls out load balancers

Rackspace has released load balancers for its cloud and dedicated servers, in order to provide greater scalability and availability to data hosted on them.The Rackspace Cloud Load Balancers, released on Tuesday, are designed to increase the scalability of applications by automatically distributing loads between multiple servers.

April 19, 2011 by

What's in the next versions of BPOS and Online communications

As an online service, BPOS (Business Productivity Online Suite - Exchange and SharePoint hosted by Microsoft in its data centres) gets new features every six to eight weeks - but these are incremental improvements, adding options that are already in the on-premise versions. For example, mailbox size will increase from 5GB to 25GB this year, and the Mac sign-in client will support Snow Leopard.

June 16, 2010

Where your cloud resides matters

Geographic location plays a significant role in establishing data protection obligations in the cloud. And while many cloud services originated within the US, growing demand, global competition, and practical business models drive vendor proliferation of cloud services hosted across diverse geographic locations.

March 5, 2010 by

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