IT Priorities: Storage & Servers
In this series, we look at the responses to our IT Priorities survey to find out just what business professionals around the world -- and in specific regions -- see to be their most important IT issues. These articles drill down into the wealth of data we've collected to bring you new insights around what your peers are thinking and doing. Stay tuned for more coverage.
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Despite its hype, most Aussie respondents to the ZDNet IT Priorities survey are not venturing into the cloud anytime soon.
According to ZDNet Australia's 2011 ZDNet IT Priorities Survey, customers want to pay less ... and feel safer about it.
As businesses create and gather more and more data, it stands to reason that improving backup, recovery and archiving will be a major focus for many companies.
Supporting over 100 printing centres with only five IT staff can be a bit of a strain, which is why Kwik Kopy is now mainly a cloud shop.
Australian datacentre and cloud providers charge a premium not only because of our population and high-cost bandwidth, but also because they are spending too much on networked storage, according to Coraid, which has appointed an Australian manager on the back of a $50 million investment for worldwide expansion.
Sydney-based networking group Innovation Bay and Melbourne start-up investor AngelCube have joined Ninefold's recently launched Cloud Booster Program.
Telstra has today unveiled a brand new cloud services portal as part of its $800 million investment into cloud computing.
Project Moonshot consists of a lab, server development platform and ecosystem. If successful, HP will enable its customers to kick the tyres of ARM servers.
Oracle chief executive Larry Ellison made his fortune with software, but has taken to the stage to show off the first servers powered by the company's new Sparc T4 processor.