Organisations moving towards a cloud-computing infrastructure must ensure they have clear buy-in from business stakeholders that may not be ready to learn.
Government ICT spend will grow slowly through 2015, but net increase masks productivity benefits of cloud, mobility, big data, and social-media spending.
The push towards cloud computing will drive government bodies to embrace the model, Telstra's head of enterprise and government business has predicted.
Infor has released a cloud-hosted, software-as-a-service (SaaS) version of its public sector applications suite in order to woo cost-conscious councils.
Telstra will add four new data centres to its network in order to better address government and large enterprise concerns over the sovereignty of cloud data
AGIMO guidance has provided firm guidelines for government organisations charting their adoption of cloud-computing resources. But what does it say?
New Australian cloud platforms will encourage government bodies to iteratively build, test and deploy larger applications, AWS public-sector head predicts.
Government bodies concerned over cloud data sovereignty will get a boost as Amazon Web Services this week launches a Sydney-based cloud environment.
A VoIP add-on for users of Zendesk's customer-service software offers citizens one-click phone calling, with auto transcription for government agencies.
Many potential cloud users have been scared off of cloud services by concerns over data sovereignty, the US Patriot Act – but one analyst says not to worry.
Australia's government has struggled with issues of cloud data sovereignty and security, but new offerings from Objective and IBM will help resolve them.
AGIMO has facilitated cloud-computing uptake by naming UltraServe and 34 other vendors for its data centre as a service (DCaaS) multi use list (MUL) panel.
Hosting provider Bulletproof believes cloud computing will get even more popular when organisations can managed Amazon Web Services servers like real ones.
Canberra politicians must get across cloud computing issues – and necessary policies – before Australia loses its competitive edge, OzHub has warned.