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By Anthony Carrick A couple of exciting developments within the IT and telecommunications sector are enabling us at CT4 to expand our private cloud services in Australia. These developments are NextDC's addition of Brisbane B2 - a new state-of-the-art data centre in Brisbane; and the introduction...

By Anthony Carrick The Cloud "The Cloud" as used in technology parlance, is a concept which really means "running on someone else's computing resources". Cloud services are high level. They include storage, scalable virtualisation, computing resources, and communication services. Cloud services are operated by technology providers over...

Use it or lose it with Software Assurance! Are you a Microsoft Enterprise License or Volume License customer? If so, ensure you're not missing out on the many benefits that come with Software Assurance. Since you have already paid for Software Assurance, why not use the...

6 Common Questions about Office 365 Many businesses have concerns about moving staff resources to the cloud.  While Office 365 offers much in the way of collaboration, mobility and cloud services, some reservation is understandable. This article answers 6 questions that businesses commonly...

AWS and Azure are currently the leading cloud service providers.  Unfortunately, their pricing structures can be difficult to understand. We have summarised their product offerings below.  In short, Amazon offers more flexible pricing models while Azure's pricing is often simpler , providing more control of...

In light of recent attacks, many cloud users have voiced their concerns for cloud security. Although features already exist to secure your data, there are a few other tricks you can use to enhance your security. 1. BACK UP YOUR DATA LOCALLY...

One of the most complex concepts in the multi-cloud is network integration between cloud providers, yet it is vital that it is done correctly. Without careful planning you and your company could be up for a hefty bill. WHAT IS THE ISSUE? Virtual Private Networks...

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