DATAPOD has secured a $20m contract to deliver modular, rapidly deployable data centre equipment to Defence.
The University of Auckland has crunched millions of rows of data to recommend a new funding model for New Zealand's District Health Boards.
NSW government departments can now access Secure Agility's data centre-as-a-service to help drive their digital transformation.
The Queensland Government has appointed Brisbane-based iseek to the whole-of-government supplier panel for data-centre-as-a-service solutions.
The US Council of Mayors has passed a resolution urging the US federal government to encourage the use of fault-tolerant solutions to reduce downtime.
The Northern Territory Government has awarded local business Area9 a 10-year contract to manage the Territory's first backup data centre.
The Warren & Brown range of DIN Rail Enclosures allows for flexible, pay-as-you-grow network design and is suitable for housing pre-terminated cable assemblies and direct fusion splice cable assemblies.
A new Northern Territory Open Data Portal has just been opened, providing the public with easier access to government data.
The Department of Defence is in the final stages of choosing a head contractor for a $68m project to build the Defence High Performance Computing Centre.
Data centres hosting high-value government data will be required to be certified as sovereign facilities as part of a new government-wide hosting strategy.
A new National Data Advisory Council that will see data experts provide insights into good data management practices has been formed.