The Australian Government will make a list of vendors to ease cloud procurement.
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After virtualisation, Brisbane Airport continued to look for cost savings, deciding it was time to splurge on new servers.
The NSW Department of Trade and Investment roll-out of SAP's cloud product SAP ByDesign will be a test case that other government agencies will watch closely, according to Ovum.
Major Australian supermarket chain Coles has bet on SharePoint Online to improve collaboration amongst staff.
Australians will access new, secure digital mailboxes provided by Australia Post over Telstra's cloud.
IBM will implement a SmartCloud Enterprise+ point of deployment in Australia in the fourth quarter of this year, providing companies with access to a local, multi-tenanted cloud for production workloads.
Australia Post and Telstra have announced that they will work together on Australia Post's Digital MailBox product.
SuccessFactors has announced that it will start hosting its cloud products out of a datacentre in Sydney, Australia, to service customers in the region.
TechnologyOne has managed to achieve an 18 per cent rise in its initial licence fees for products in the half year to 31 March 2012, keeping its profit in modest growth.
Pacnet CEO Bill Barney announced today that the company is expanding its Sydney datacentre due to demand, but pointed out that Australia wouldn't meet its full potential as a datacentre host, unless the country does something about its international transit costs.