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Written By Priscila Bernardes Nov 10, 2015 9:30:00 AM

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What's a data centre (and why they are so important today)

Ten years ago, data centres were the preserve of big companies with lots of money. These days, data centres are relevant to just about everyone, from the average Joe in the street, to small and medium sized business. And yes, they are still just as important to those big companies.

Data centres are secure facilities which provide the ideal environment for computer equipment to live in. They are, in effect, earthquake-proof concrete bunkers, with controlled access, redundant power supplies (typically consisting of connections from multiple electricity providers, a bank of Uninterruptible Power Supply batteries and a diesel generator), air conditioning, water cooling and fire suppression systems. They are marvels of civil, mechanical and, because they consume enormous quantities of power, electrical engineering.

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Written By Imran Sadiq Nov 3, 2015 9:23:00 AM

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Game Changing uses for Cloud that Were Never Possible Before

Cloud has opened up a new world of possibilities for ordinary users who would otherwise never have dreamed of enjoying such ready access to a multitude of services.

With the evolution of the public cloud, anyone with minimal resources can experiment with ideas and services that can fundamentally change the way any number of daily tasks are performed.

Here’s our pick of game changing advantages delivered by the cloud:

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Written By Warwick Eade Oct 21, 2015 4:51:00 PM

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What is Cloud?

 
You will by now have heard the term 'Cloud Computing'a lot.  You probably have found that the term 'cloud computing' used for completely different and apparently contradictory circumstances. Google, Uber and Amazon are all 'cloud' but very different services. Didn't Amazon once sell books?  AWS, Evernote, Uber, AirBnB, Office 365, Google - all cloud, all quite distinct.
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