Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: StrategyMacquarie Telecom has become only the second cloud services provider after Telstra to gain certification for both SAP hosting and SAP cloud services.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: Cloud ServicesSydney-based IPscape, a provider of cloud-based call centre services, has set its sights on becoming a global player backed by Telstra which took a 31.3 percent stake in the company in June.
Ninefold, the cloud storage offshoot of Macquarie Telecom has unveiled Business Cloud Drive – designed as a local alternative to services such as Dropbox, with the key difference being that all data will be stored in Australia.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: Cloud ServicesThe Australian Government Information Office (AGIMO) has published a multi-user list of 35 suppliers selected to provide cloud and cloud-Like services that includes virtual desktops and servers, disaster recovery and managed backups, etendering packages and online collaboration tools.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: Cloud ServicesAustralian cloud provider Ninefold says it is the first supplier in Australia to offer a “third availability zone” through its tenancy in the new Macquarie Telecom Intellicentre 2 $60m data centre, recently opened by Prime Minister Gillard.
Australian hosting centre operator Macquarie Telecom has commissioned an international law firm to explore the legal problems that can encountered by using global cloud computing services that require sensitive data to be stored in the US, and elsewhere outside Australia.
EMC has launched its Australian service provider partner program to support the company’s public and private cloud services, with initial partners already signed up to the highest tier of the program, including Telstra, Macquarie Telecom, Melbourne IT, Infoplex, Dimension Data and CSC.