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The next evolution of the cloud will see businesses say goodbye to their servers

The main benefit of a private cloud is the provision of shared IT resources across multiple applications and/or locations, which contribute directly to increased productivity and bottom line cost benefits.

Are you on the cloud? Here are 5 benefits of cloud computing for small...

When everyone has access to the same information, something profound happens: systems become unified, and processes become streamlined. You can then start to roll out standard processes across your organisation.

AffinityLive raises $2 million after bootstrapping its way to seven-figure recurring revenues

AffinityLive, which creates integrated, cloud-based business automation software for the professional service sector, has secured $2 million funding to accelerate client growth and product innovation.

This Sydney business has raised US$4 million to improve the way our jobs are...

Workplace solutions provider, Employment Innovations recently secured USD$4 million (AUD$5.1 million) in debt funding from Partners for Growth, an investment partner for Silicon Valley...

This tech start-up has secured initial seed funding and plans to raise another $750,000...

Sydney-based tech start-up OneFitStop recently announced that it has received early stage seed funding as it puts final touches on its technology and prepares...

This software has gained more than one million users in Australia before officially launching...

After several years of organic growth, driven primarily by the good old word of mouth, the cloud-based presentation software Prezi has finally officially launched...

Booking business events will never be the same again thanks to this Brisbane based...

Brisbane based event management software solutions provider iVvy, announced the launch of the world’s first real-time booking platform for the hospitality and MICE industries...

Hell-bent on disrupting the publishing industry, Tablo has now launched a social network for...

Publishing start-up Tablo recently announced the launch of new social features for its cloud-based e-book publishing service, marking the biggest shift in the platform since its...

Aussie start-up Tablo, which is shaking up the publishing industry, secures $400,000 seed funding

Australian start-up Tablo, a cloud based e-book publishing platform and writing community, recently secured a $400,000 seed funding round from investors. Lead investor Paul Reining, former...

This Australian cloud-based software lets you manage your business remotely, even while abroad on...

Australian company, simPRO has developed a cloud-based job management system that is responsible for the surge in business owners that are managing their companies...

Pssstt… Hey, got any start-up plans for 2014? You are more likely to succeed...

Succeeding in business in 2014 will take more than a lucky strike. As it does in any year, many factors come into play in...

Dear Aunt Agony, my SME has dumped me for the cloud. Yours truly, heartbroken...

Listen up all ye accountants! Some very uncomfortable statistics are emerging about your profession in relation to SMEs. Almost two thirds (64%) of SMEs would consider replacing some of the roles that their accountant currently performs with a cloud-based accounting system.

Ah-choo! Australia has caught the cloud computing flu!

Australian businesses see public cloud services as an agile tool for never-seen-before levels of scalability and flexibility. Take customer profiling and behavioural data for example. These are a perfect fit for the cloud, where sales reps can access a frequently updated store of customer insight from any location.

I need a server! And other fear-based business purchases.

Picture this. You are at a party. You casually mention a problem you’ve had with your computer. Before you know it, someone you barely know creeps up and whispers the words “you need a server” and then disappears before they ever really showed up. You are left confused and on your own with those words ringing in your ear.

Daniel Houden, 2009 Anthill 30under30 winner

Daniel Houden started software developing when he barely knew how to use Microsoft Word. Four years later he presented at the Microsoft Conference with his software product, Xchangexec.

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