More than 10,000 partners from around the world gathered at Las Vegas for Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) re:Invent conference.
Stories by Patrick Budmar
Australia has been one of the “largest, pleasant surprises” for Amazon Web Services (AWS) over the last few years.
The ability to experiment and deliver new functionality is critical for business, according to Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has launched a database engine called Aurora at AWS re:Invent 2014 in Las Vegas.
The Cloud has become the new normal, according to Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Big Data requirements and use cases in Australia are consistent with the US, according to MapR.
According to Adobe’s latest research, Australians’ keenness for shopping on their phones is just behind Japan, Ireland and the US.
CommVault hosted its annual Melbourne Cup event on November 4 at the Museum of Contemporary Arts in Sydney's Circular Quay.
Newzulu has entered a binding agreement to acquire Toronto-based media and brand software company, Filemobile, for approximately $5,060,000.
HP is entering the PC gaming space with its Omen high performance notebook.
Tape backup continues to have a place in today’s business, according to Perfekt.
The value the channel brings should be in customer service, according to SureBridge IT.
During its A/NZ Partner Summit in Noosa, Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) named its top partners for 2014.
Accounting software company, Intuit, has reworked its developer portal for better synergy with QuickBooks Online.
A survey from Kaspersky Lab has found 27 per cent of Australians are not interested in using Internet banking on their smartphone or tablet.