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Mass-market Windows on the cloud will be here in the spring

Here comes Windows as a Desktop-as-a-Service: Microsoft Cloud PC.

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Microsoft’s Cloud PC plan for Apple Silicon and iOS

As Apple’s major Mac event looms, more information about Microsoft’s cunning plan that lets Apple devices run Windows leaks….

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Swinburne University launches AWS-focused cloud degree

The vocational program is meant to get students into entry-level cloud jobs a year faster than a standard degree.

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How City of Unley is delivering its digital strategy

From hyperconverged infrastructure to smart cities, South Australia’s City of Unley rebuilds its infrastructure to deliver better services to the community.

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Spending on data centres declines in Australia in 2020, set to rise in 2021

Even though companies are spending less on data centre infrastructure, COVID-19 has accelerated the transition to the hybrid cloud and has not slowed colocation providers’ investments.

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IBM set to spin-off managed service business to focus on hybrid cloud

IBM plans to dedicate itself to hybrid cloud, AI, quantum computing, and mainframe technologies, and is breaking out its $19B Managed Infrastructure Services group in order to do so.

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How Surf Life Saving NSW refreshed its entire IT infrastructure

A few years ago, IT at the beach safety organisaton was one guy who came in on Thursdays. Today, it is a modern IT system largely delivered as a service.

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Australian companies’ tech priorities for the post-pandemic era

Australian organisations are prioritising investments in artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, cloud and edge computing—while keeping a clear eye on the budget.

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City West Water shares its secret to a successful Microsoft 365 upgrade

The Melbourne water and waste management organisation talks about the decisions made to provide a modern workplace to staff and how it had to change plans in the face of COVID-19.

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The new Lenovo connected PC and Workspot: Closing in on a cloud desktop future

If the future really is cloud-based desktops for all, that future may be closer than you think.

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CIO Think Tank: Setting the multi-cloud agenda

How can enterprises handle the complexity of multiple clouds — and reap unprecedented benefits? In a series of virtual roundtables, 30 IT leaders articulated the challenges and delivered insightful recommendations.

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Scaling down: How Joval Wine Group saved on IT costs during COVID-19

While most companies that move to the cloud do so for the ability to scale up as the business grows, Australia’s Joval Wine Group needed to scale down during COVID-19 when orders slowed down.

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WA aged care group gets rid of legacy IT in cloud move

Juniper Aged Care has been moving all its systems to the cloud in what has so far been a 12-month project that will help it dedicate more funds to support its 4,000 Western Australian residents.

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How AusPost dealt with Christmas parcel volumes in April

With an unprecedented amount of mail suddenly coming through, the Australia Post digital applications team was relieved they had just done a peak load readiness check.

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Aussie developers get quantum computing service in the cloud

Access to quantum services in the cloud could benefit researchers and developers trying to solve complex problems that a normal computer would either take days to solve or not be able to solve it at all.

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15 hot tech skills getting hotter -- no certification required

Employers are apt to invest more often in cash premiums for noncertified tech skills compared to certifications. Here are a few they’re coveting the most now and going forward.

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Why AMD’s energy efficiency milestone is important to the emerging cloud desktop

As the pandemic continues to re-shape how (and where) we work, energy efficiency efforts by chipmakers could renew the push for a virtual desktop ecosphere. That would be a win for companies, users and cloud providers alike.

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7 tips to help create and manage multilingual SharePoint communication sites

Microsoft 365 now lets you create intranet sites in multiple languages. You can create pages and news in a user’s preferred language, and show site navigation, site title, and the site description in the preferred language, too. The...

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