Back-up and disaster recovery company Veeam has left a database of its own customers' data, amounting to more than 200GB and including details of more than 445 million customers, exposed on an Amazon-hosted IP, a security researcher says.
SaaS and enterprise mobile security vendor Bitglass claims the adoption of cloud security technologies lags cloud adoption, leaving many Australian and New Zealand organisations at risk of a data breach.
Ian Gardiner is the head of global cloud host AWS' ANZ Start-up Ecosystem and says "I have the coolest job in the organisation, to find and identify the next Atlassian or Xero or Netflix and support them as they scale." Here are Australian success stories of how the cloud is enabling big, global business from this country without a big up-front investment.
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