Six months after flagging plans for a local data centre, cloud software vendor Zoho has launched its A/NZ cloud.
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How telecomunications providers can give Australians the fastest broadband speed possible is the key issue said Matthew Lobb, Vodafone general manager for fixed broadband.
Oracle has announced that CEO Mark V. Hurd will take a leave of absence due to health related reasons.
TPG Telecom profit for 2019 took a 56 per cent hit going from $396 million in 2018 down to $174 million for the year ended 31 July 2019.
Thales Australia has back paid staff $7.44 million in wages, superannuation and interest after entering into a court-enforceable undertaking (EU) with the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO).
Vocus has come out a self-described "year of significant change" with a 44 per cent drop in net profit after tax (NPAT) to $34 million.
WaterNSW awarded a contract to Data#3's Business Aspect to replace its legacy systems with Microsoft's cloud trinity: Azure, Dynamics 365 and Office 365.
Cyber security vendor Symantec has confirmed the sale of its enterprise security assets to Broadcom in a US$10.7 billion deal.
Former Microsoft CEO Pip Marlow has been appointed CEO of Salesforce Australia and New Zealand.
Enterprise users will get improved remote access to Microsoft applications as a result of an expansion in the software vendor's partnership with Samsung.
ASG Group has beaten five other bidders to secure a $75 million deal with Main Roads Western Australia for the management and support of its ICT infrastructure.
The global infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) market has grown 31.3 per cent in 2018 generating US$32.4 billion in revenues according to research firm Gartner.
The next Five Eyes meeting being currently held in London will focus on internet of things (IoT) devices security.
After just over two weeks of committal hearings, a magistrate has ruled three people will face trial on charges emerging from an investigation into the failed Ultranet project by Victoria's anti-corruption commission, IBAC.
Some Australian companies have failed to notify affected individuals of data breaches according to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.