Cloud computing has tremendously changed the way organisations look at their digital infrastructure. Whether it’s rolling out new services or migrating whole workloads, the technology underpinning cloud computing continues to evolve to support today’s demands. Unlocking cloud capabilities that best suits your organisation depends on the technology, business objectives and most importantly skills.
A significant shift toward digital business models that harness technology trends such as cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) is boosting worldwide spending – including in Australia - on application infrastructure and middleware (AIM), according to a new market report from Gartner.
Australian-owned and operated financial services IT provider TAS is partnering with Alibaba Cloud — the cloud computing arm of Chinese Internet and e-commerce giant Alibaba Group — to offer a managed secure cloud system in the Australian market.
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