Although it could lose customers due to its no-vendor lock-in policy, Rackspace has opened up the ability to move VMware workloads to and from its datacentres.
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IBM has claimed that the first generation of cloud services failed horribly because everyone in the industry tried to do it their own way.
In a bid to help researchers use its Azure platform, Microsoft has begun offering free training.
When Minerals and Mining Group (MMG) swallowed most of Oz Minerals, which in turn was created from the merger of Oxiana and Zinifex, CIO Peter McLure had to grapple with two infrastructure backbones.
Security, which was once the number one concern for those moving to the cloud, has now slipped in its rankings, with system integration vying for position.
Queensland water-services and waste water-services company Unitywater has outsourced its IT services to CSG for the next three years.
Brennan IT has embarked on a three-year growth strategy, opening up 50 new roles in a search for talent.
Symantec has posted its fourth-quarter and fiscal year results for the year ending 30 March, confirming the previously forecasted lower-revenue figures for the quarter — but an overall 9 per cent increase in revenue for the year.
Western Australian researchers today switched on a citizen science project dubbed theSkyNet, hoping that it will spread to computers throughout Australia.
Local venture capital firm Starfish Ventures has bootstrapped a Melbourne-based start-up with $2 million to get technology off the ground to create infinitely scalable and distributed multiplayer worlds.