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Australian accountants have increased use of cloud applications and expect to spend more on the cloud in the future, according to a report by CCH.
The Federal Government’s $6 billion ICT spending program will see a greater uptake of cloud services. Under new guidelines, agency heads will be able to use hosted services in Australia and offshore.
Cloud computing offers many advantages, but with those benefits come a new range of security concerns.
Security services startup Sentrix mirrors customer Web sites in Amazon Web Services and Azure clouds in order to dynamically expand site resources during distributed denial of service attacks and keep the sites running until attackers exhaust their resources, give up or move on to easier targets.
The co-owner of a small Florida-based company was about to have a baby so she sought a more flexible way to run her business. She found the answer in cloud computing technology
When you graduated from high school, you might have thought peer pressure was mostly over.
Microsoft's renewed push into Cloud computing, announced this week, doesn't change the fact that it faces unprecedented competition in a business that's critical to its future.
Microsoft's price cuts for some Office 365 plans was an attempt to keep momentum on its software-by-subscription push, an analyst said.
Microsoft will require companies to file individual claims if they want a service credit for the Exchange Online outage of last month.
Text analytics company Luminoso, a 2010 MIT Media Lab spinoff that helps its customers make sense out of unstructured data, has raised a $6.5 million Series A round of funding. The 25-person outfit plans to use the funds for new hires in sales, product management and client services as well as to expand its product line.
Microsoft blew it Tuesday when its Exchange Online hosted email service went dark and the company made no effort to explain what was going on to customers.
At first glance, it doesn't seem like there are many ways SalesForce.com and Microsoft should partner: They both offer competing SaaS services. But upon closer inspection, the deal that the leaders of these two companies spoke so highly of during a joint conference call on Thursday afternoon makes a lot of sense not just for these companies, but customers as well.
With the increased amount of virtualisation and Cloud adoption taking place, the role of security is not as clear cut as it used to be.
The public cloud market is set for what one analyst firm calls 'hypergrowth.'
Don't panic, Google's Talk and Hangouts services crashed this morning, but now appear to be returning for more and more users.
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