Top Stories Cloud
- Why Government IT Often Sucks And How To Fix It, By Malcolm Turnbull
- Watch A Timelapse Video Of A Telstra Data Centre Being Constructed
- Why 'Cloud First' Is Harder Than It Sounds
- VMware vCloud Air In Australia: Everything You Need To Know
- Hyperscale Cloud Hassles: Lock-In, Contracts And Availability
- Hybrid Cloud 2.0: When You Want Multiple Cloud Providers
Today’s round of Lifehacker Awards 2014 nominations kicks off with an IT pro bent: who is the best cloud computing provider?
Dimension Data today officially launched its Canberra managed cloud platform, which will provide a government-only cloud option for departments that need a high degree of data sovereignty. That gave Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull an opportunity to sound off on how governments could deliver IT services better — and he didn’t hold back.
In a world where a single provider can rarely handle every possible IT challenge, hybrid cloud is the inevitable outcome. If you work in IT, that means that skills in juggling multiple vendors are likely to be more important than technology platform knowledge.
Building a data centre from scratch isn’t easy. This video shows the construction of Telstra’s new data centre in Clayton, Melbourne over a period of months.