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AAPT, Dimension Data added to Australian govt cloud panel

The Australian government has boosted its list of cloud providers selected to offer services to government agencies.
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Written by Josh Taylor, Senior Journalist on

The Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) has bumped up its list of suppliers for its Data Centre as a Service (DCaaS) panel to 49.

The panel is in place to provide services such as virtual desktops, servers, disaster recovery, online collaboration tools, and managed backups to government agencies. In October last year, 35 companies, including Bulletproof, Dell, HP, IBM, Macquarie Telecom, and Telstra, were put on the list. On Thursday, AGIMO announced 14 new additions to the panel.

The following companies have now been added to the panel:

  • AAPT

  • Aptira

  • CommsNet

  • CSC

  • Data #3

  • Dimension Data

  • eBMS

  • Holocentric

  • Hostworks

  • Link Digital

  • Oriel Technologies

  • PreviousNext

  • Squiz Australia

  • VMvault

The agency said that the number of services available to government departments and agencies was now lifted from over 900 to over 1,200.

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