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IP Australia’s cloud and API play underway

Armed with a “mandate for change”, Kalra has ambitious plans for the agency. He has put in place a new strategy, restructured the technology team, and transformed the way staff work to make the agency more nimble, faster moving and ready for the future.

Written by George Nott11 Dec. 17 07:30

Amazon launches bare metal EC2 instances

Amazon Web Services is giving all users direct access to its underlying hardware with the launch of EC2 bare metal instances, the company announced yesterday.

Written by George Nott30 Nov. 17 09:20

Amazon launches AR, VR development platform Sumerian

Amazon Web Services has launched a browser-based development platform which allows users without specialised programming or 3D graphics expertise to create and run virtual and augmented reality applications.

Written by George Nott29 Nov. 17 12:52

CIO50 2017 #26-50: Cameron McFie, Rhipe

Rhipe provide licensing, business development and knowledge services that support service providers, system integrators and software vendors accelerate the adoption of the cloud by end customers.

Written by George Nott21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 #3: Sami Yalavac, Bupa Australia and New Zealand

​When Sami Yalavac was promoted to chief information officer at Bupa Australia and New Zealand in February last year he found himself head of a technology function divided into siloed teams that rarely collaborated and lacked end-to-end accountability.

Written by George Nott21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 #26-50: Vinnie D’Alessandro, Silver Chef

While attending a US trade show in 1985, Silver Chef founder, Allan English, discovered a new style of pizza oven, set to revolutionise the pizza industry. He and a business partner invested heavily in the ovens to sell to the Australian market.

Written by George Nott21 Nov. 17 19:00
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