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  • NAB accelerates cloud migration

    NAB has continued to slash its legacy application footprint and migrate systems to the cloud.

    Written by Rohan Pearce02 May 19 11:54
  • Qantas prepares to ditch mainframes for the cloud

    Qantas is planning to move the vast majority of its compute workload into the cloud over the next two years, the airline's chief technology officer, Rob James, today told the Amazon Web Services Summit in Sydney.

    Written by Rohan Pearce30 April 19 11:40
  • Kogan rolls out marketplace to boost CX

    Two years after going public on the ASX, online retailer Kogan.com has ramped up expansion plans and launched Kogan Marketplace, where businesses and consumers have access to more than 100,000 products.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 March 19 13:01
  • How Salesforce is helping deliver National Australia Bank’s ‘One NAB’ vision

    Last week marked a key milestone for a National Australia Bank push to modernise and rationalise its CRM landscape – a strategy underpinned by Salesforce’s cloud-based CRM system. After modest beginnings last year, NAB has finished migrating all of its small business bankers to Salesforce.

    Written by Rohan Pearce07 March 19 06:30
  • How to adopt cloud with conviction

    Australian companies can’t simply flip a switch to put their operations on a cloud migration. Leaders need to integrate their new, agile cloud organisation with their legacy business.

    Written by Jordan Griffiths09 July 18 15:43
  • LINX backs Boomi to glue its clouds

    Young Australian logistics company, LINX Cargo Care Group, has deployed a new integration platform to connect its cloud infrastructure and support the creation of a data lake that provides more visibility into its supply chain.

    Written by Byron Connolly24 April 18 12:53
  • Microsoft adds depth to cloud security with ‘confidential computing’

    The growth of “confidential computing” approaches will help clear away any “last mile barriers” for enterprises that are concerned about processing highly sensitive data in the cloud, Microsoft Azure chief technology officer Mark Russinovich believes.

    Written by Rohan Pearce04 April 18 11:14
  • Microsoft stock falls after big US tax charge

    ​Microsoft beat Wall Street's profit forecast on Tuesday, helped by growth in its cloud computing business, but took a US$13.8 billion one-time charge due to the new U.S. tax law.

    Written by Reuters01 Feb. 18 10:02
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