Microsoft today made available two new Azure cloud regions – Central 1 and 2 – aimed squarely at government and its suppliers.
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For the last decade, Greg Boorer has not had a lot of sleep.
The Federal Government has added four suppliers to its Data Centre Facilities Supplies Panel as part of its program to cut costs and increase the efficiency of its technology infrastructure.
New research indicates data centre transformation is being held back by a lack of mature technology and won’t become a mainstream trend until 2013 due to the cost of migration.
Greater flexibility, a variety of clients and the impact of the Gershon report have allowed the Canberra Data Centre (CDC) to provide data facilities for 16 different government agencies.
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