Adelaide based Flinders University is reviewing its entire information and technology approach with the recently installed CIO keen to shift increasing amounts of computing to the cloud.
Listed software company Reckon Ltd has announced it has spent $660,000 for a 30 per cent stake in local start-up Connect2Field Holdings which makes an app for smartphones to provide cloud based job management and scheduling. The move signals Reckon's new direction following the company's recent announcement that its 20 year relationship with Intuit, which owns the QuickBooks and Quicken brands, was drawing to an end.
Fujitsu is making the Nimsoft suite of IT management tools available as a cloud service, allowing IT managers to use the system to manage the whole IT supply chain - including their own IT systems, Fujitsu cloud based services, or cloud services from other vendors.
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