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CW ANZ: CIOs set sights on cloud-based infrastructure
Cloud computing will play an increasingly important role in the datacentres of organisations in Australia and New Zealand this year, with cloud-based infrastructure topping the list of IT projects planned by CIOs, according to Computer Weekly/TechTarget research of ANZ-based IT decision makers. This is not lost on suppliers. For example, the cloud services arm of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba opened a datacentre in Sydney last year. Australian organisations might welcome competition in the cloud infrastructure market after Amazon Web Services’ Sydney datacentre was unavailable for many hours after power was lost during a storm. Read the issue now.
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