Business Cloud News

Inabox bolsters cloud strategy with Neural Networks acquisition

Inabox Group said its acquisition of Neural Networks will bolster its cloud strategy

Inabox, which sells network services, billing and support services, said the acquisition will bolster its IP portfolio and managed ICT services business, giving the company over 100 customers purchasing cloud-based products wholesale and a “next generation” proprietary customer portal that can be used to support both acquired and existing services within its portfolio.

Public, private and hybrid: security in the cloud

Akamai is acquiring Prolexic to extend DDoS. mitigation to the network layer

The issue of security has been consistently talked and written about, ever more so since businesses first took the decision to migrate to the cloud. Regardless of the well-documented benefits of cloud computing to businesses — flexibility, agility, improved capabilities — every company looking to outsource key operations or storage has to have assurances about the safe keeping of its information.

US carriers missing $16bn SME opportunity, says consultancy

The US telecom industry could be missing out on as much as $16bn in annual revenues by failing to properly address the needs of SMEs, according to research released recently by consultancy Inzenka.

Telstra to pump £500m+ into cloud services

Telstra has announced a £500m+ (AU$800m) investment in cloud computing over the next five years to support what it says is a growing demand from Australian organisations for cloud services. The telco is rumoured to have invested AU$200m in cloud to date and this latest announcement will kick-off the construction of a new data centre, the modernisation of existing facilities, increased automation of utility computing services and the expansion of the telco’s range of enterprise applications, among other things. Construction of a new data centre in Melbourne is already underway.