More organizations move to Private Clouds

by George Chetcuti [Published on 23 Aug. 2011 / Last Updated on 23 Aug. 2011]

The University of Western Australia is shifting its 400 TB of data resources to private cloud. All of the University IT resources will now be hosted on the cloud while the connections between the cloud data centers and the University have been upgraded to 10Gbps. So what's the big fuzz? The move is quite big and the interesting part is to know on what basis was the decision taken by the University of Western Australia top management!
The main decisive factor seems to be the availability of computing power including storage that would meet their students, researchers and academics future needs. We hope that they have made the right choose and to read the full story go here.

The University of Western Australia is shifting its 400 TB of data resources to private cloud. All of the University IT resources will now be hosted on the cloud while the connections between the cloud data centers and the University have been upgraded to 10Gbps. So what's the big fuzz? The move is quite big and the interesting part is to know on what basis was the decision taken by the University of Western Australia top management!

The main decisive factor seems to be the availability of computing power including storage that would meet their students, researchers and academics future needs. We hope that they have made the right choose and to read the full story go here.

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