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In fact, Australia’s fintech space is booming. It has been predicted that our fintech sector will reach $4.2 billion by 2020 (up from just under $250 million in 2015).
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.
Sydney start-up TradePapers has launched its app for blue collar and industrial workers to keep their qualifications in one accessible cloud-based location
Despite using technology all day, everyday, sometimes you just have to write something down. Or draw. Or just sketch out that idea that's in your head. But,...
When Gartner talks, the IT world does lend an eager ear. What the think tank says is eagerly awaited at year's end. In keeping with...
The concept of big data has been around for a very long time. So, why is it one of the current buzzwords? And, just how big is big data?
An insurance industry professional has developed an app that will help everyone keep track of their assets and what insurance is in place to protect them.
StageBitz is a service that is changing the entertainment business for the good. In the past, prop masters (for example) always made their own lists of materials in inventory inside a desktop office application like Word, then emailed it to someone else working in Excel, and then printed it out and ticked each item off in pencil. Now, with StageBitz, users can put their entire inventory up in the cloud with photos to boot!
Did you know that one if four Australian SMEs are afraid of cloud computing? Furthermore, according to the same MYOB report, SMEs that embrace cloud computing were 53% more likely to see their revenue rise in the last financial year and were 55% more likely to have more sales/work than usual in their three-month pipeline.
If the 20th century can be labeled "the device century" then surely the 21st century should be labeled "the software century"? Companies manufacturing applications in The Software Century need to to review their development road maps and ensure they are focused on the 20% of their functionality that is their "special sauce".
I don't know about you, but I'm looking forward to having 5G, in fact all the Gs, available on the cloud. The team at The Onion have woven their comedic magic and taken aim at HP, the cloud, Gs and CD-ROMs. The cloud must be getting pretty darn full. I mean, every second person you talk to is building something on the cloud, putting something on the cloud or building their own private cloud, which is very Rolling Stones, if you think about it.
If you hang in the right circles, you may hear variations on the concept of cloud computing. Cloud computing also goes by the name of the cloud, hosted services, utility computing, grid computing, Software as a Service (Saas), Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas) and Platform as a Service (PaaS). With so many super-catchy titles, just what the heck is it? So glad you asked…
Ten teams participated in the Azure training camp, and a clan of high-profile investors and entrepreneurs oversaw the teams' development and pitching of their Azure applications, said Microsoft's Catherine Eibner. Participants also acknowledged learning a series of helpful business lessons for inside or outside the cloud.
If 2011 proves to be the year in which cloud computing transformed from a growing techie trend into an integral component of our wired lifestyles, Sheng Yeo and Alex Sharp will have had much to do with it. The two UTS mates co-founded Orion Virtualisation Solutions (aka OrionVM) in 2010 with a straightforward goal in mind: build the fastest cloud storage platform in Australia. Today, OrionVM competes among the fastest in the world.
Google says its Chrome notebook integrates with cloud data storage seamlessly and without interruption. So if, for instance, you're in the middle of a PowerPoint for the stockholders and your notebook (oops) is accidentally dipped into a vat of liquid nitrogen, you don't lose your place.