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The company will place a sharper focus on data-related products and services in its third largest market
Linux Australia is calling on registered attendees of its national annual conferences for the past three years and two of its PyCon Australia conferences to change their passwords after the discovery of a server breach.
Twitter has made a number of data and engineering-geared acquisitions over the last few years, but the latest one appears to fit slightly outside the mold.
The Xeon processor D product family addition also means big things for Intel's Internet of Things strategy.
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.
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.
The IoT is a compelling concept, but it's not yet clear precisely how the flood of data it will unleash should be handled by the world's networks and data centres.
Can a Linux company and a networking power join forces to make an open-source cloud and software defined network that's good enough for telecommunications data-centers? Canonical and Juniper think so.
Concerns about data location, security and privacy risks - as well as software integration problems - mean that 7 out of 10 UK organizations spend less than 10 percent of their IT budgets on cloud services
Data#3 has announced that its maintenance, software, and consulting business drove up its net profit after tax by 39.2 percent in the first half of the 2015 financial year.
Nine new suppliers including Dimension Data and iiNet have joined companies such as Microsoft and IBM on the Australian government's cloud services panel.
Vocus Communications has delivered solid results for the first half of the 2015 financial year, underpinned by the increase in demand for its data services and product suite, and its acquisition strategy.
Salesforce has updated its Analytics Cloud with the aim of adding more mobile editing and charting tools.
Microsoft is delivering a preview its HDInsight big-data service on Azure available to Linux users, and is making its machine-learning service generally available.
A new big data platform-as-a-service offering is expected in the fourth quarter of 2015, based on Pivotal Hadoop software.
A three year, £1.5bn investment goes toward speeding up 4G and providing reliable voice and data services for 99 per cent of the UK's population.
Gmail and other international, web-based communications services won't be caught up in the government's mandatory data-retention scheme, according to the Attorney-General's Department.
Microsoft loves Linux, is adopting Docker for its servers, and just bought Revolution Analytics, the biggest open-source R statistical language company. This is not your dad's Microsoft.
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