German software giant SAP has finally unveiled local pricing for its business intelligence on demand system, three months after the tool was announced internationally.
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German software giant SAP doesn’t appear to have placed a big emphasis on selling its applications in Australia over the past few years under the new style of software-as-a-service or cloud computing model. But all that might be about to change, courtesy of an offering launched last week by one of its largest local partners.
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.
German software giant SAP has announced record results for its Australia and New Zealand operations for the year ended 31 December 2010, with local growth significantly outstripping that achieved by the parent organisation.
Google announced today at I/O that it made Google Cloud Platform generally available, marking a milestone for the cloud community and the real arrival of a giant to contend with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and its pay-as-you-go pricing.
The service, now with 3 million users, is now open to any developer or business.
Global cloud computing and retail giant Amazon today told customers it had opened an Australian office with dedicated local staff to service the cloud computing market, as speculation continues to swirl that the company will also establish a new local datacentre facility to meet customer demand.
Local delivery startup Postmates has been growing fast, which is a good problem to have. That is, unless demand is completely outstripping supply. With that in mind, the company is taking a big step toward regulating demand with the implementation of a new Uber-like Surge Pricing program called “Blitz.”
Postmates is now in three cities: San Francisco, Seattle, and New York.
Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: Cloud ServicesIBM is now offering access to its SmartCloud Enterprise+ cloud service out of a data centre in NSW, ratcheting up competition among the slew of other local cloud service providers including major players such as Fujitsu, HP, Telstra and CSC.
Sony is looking past its nose into the future of entertainment, and is seeing a 3D generation. At E3 today the electronics giant unveiled release dates and pricing for the PlayStation Move motion controller as well as software push into the third dimension. Sony also announced a premium, not free, version of the PlayStation Network.
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