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  • Land of the long white Cloud proves profitable for IBM

    Demand for Cloud services and more data centre space across the Tasman has proved profitable for IBM with an $NZ80 million ($AU63.5 million) data centre opened at Highbrook Business Park in Auckland, New Zealand.

    Written by Hamish Barwick27 May 11 12:29
  • Tony Ferguson Weightloss uses public Cloud services to expand into UK, South Africa

    Anecdotal reports suggest that Australian CIOs are consciously avoiding the public Cloud, but Julian Lamb, head of technology at Australian weight-loss company, Tony Ferguson, doesn’t understand why. By adopting Cloud solutions, Telstra’s version of Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS), and contact centre suite IPscape, Lamb has enabled his business to add some 1600 new retail outlets across the UK and South Africa since April.

    Written by Tim Lohman07 Jan. 11 09:00
  • CFOs hesitant to invest in cloud: strategist

    Investment in cloud computing may be hindered by CFOs who are hesitant to allocate funding to SaaS projects, says a technology strategist.

    Written by Lisa Banks26 Aug. 10 09:58
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  • Is the future of CRM in the Cloud? - Part 1

    It is just on 10 years since unveiled the first preview of its customisable online customer relationship management (CRM) software at the annual DEMO conference in California. DEMO had previously been the launch platform for ground-breaking technology such as Netscape Navigator, Sun’s Java and Adobe Acrobat, but attendees in February 2001 would have had little idea that they were witnessing something that would turn the world of customer management software — and enterprise software generally — on its head.

    Written by Brad Howarth18 April 11 11:22

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