After working together for the last three years helping customers establish cloud based storage solutions Microsoft and CommVault have created a series of bundles that will allow people to use CommVault's information management system Simpana and Microsoft's Azure cloud for archiving, back-up and recovery.
If you thought selecting a cloud service was tough, spare a thought for the vendors of clouds. For legacy technology companies the journey to offering cloud based services can involve the fighting of internal 'religious wars' as teams which have managed legacy business wage pitched battles against cloud upstarts for funds and management attention.
Australian film makers could benefit from the digital distribution disruption which has now reached the movie world. Just as books and music have undergone distribution revolutions, the film industry is now, courtesy of increasingly ubiquitous and faster broadband communications networks, enduring a major shift which is impacting content creation, distribution and the ability to protect intellectual property.
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