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Amazon takes fight to Office 365 with WorkMail 
Goes up against Microsoft with hosted email rival.
 
The Iconic moves to Amazon cloud 
Melbourne AWS partner migrates top fashion e-commerce site.
 
MYOB takes on NetSuite, looks beyond battle with Xero 
Chooses Amazon over Azure for new mid-market ERP.
 
10 cloud predictions for 2015 
Looking into a cloudy crystal ball.
 
NBN could put Aussie ISPs into SaaS channel 
SME market going begging, says Ovum.
 
SAP reveals big jump in cloud application sales 
But sales of traditional software down.
 
Fire extinguished at Amazon data centre under construction 
 
AWS: highs and lows of 2014 
Tracking Amazon Web Services over the last year.
 
Oracle revenue rises on strong growth in cloud 
Software giant's cloud services sales rise 45 percent.
 
Vox pop: Should you run a data centre or use the public cloud? 
 
Investment firm: Amazon will spin off AWS in 2015 
Call made by mob who predicted Symantec and eBay breakups.
 
Why backup and DR is leading the cloud opportunity  
Backup and DR are clear growth areas for infrastructure-as-a-service.
 
Bulletproof adds $4m in sales and 100 clients with buyout 
 
Sydney welcomes AWS Zocalo 
Data sovereignty for cloud file service.
 
AWS seeking rock star managed services partners 
Cloud and DevOps partners will make money with Amazon.
 
10 things we learned this week 
Which reseller is about to be a movie star?
 
Melbourne IT gunning for Bulletproof with top AWS honour 
 
AWS beefs up Zocalo to allow 5TB files 
 
Fortescue CIO says, 'Go cloud, or else' 
CRN chats to Vito Forte, CIO of Fortescue Metals Group.
 
10 things we learned this week 
Cloud is closer to God than on-prem.
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 334 | December 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.