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Topic # 86793 13-Jul-2011 19:21
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Hi Everyone,

I'm an IT systems support manager working within the New Zealand Health Care sector who has an interest in Health System Interoperability and all aspects of Cloud Computing. I have been working for over 10 years in Christchurch, wellington and Auckland within a range of different business sectors. I have also recently completed post graduate study in Computer and Information Sciences at AUT.

I hope to network with other professionals in the industry in order to promote Cloud Computing to New Zealand Businesses.

Kind Regards,

Brian

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  Reply # 493137 13-Jul-2011 23:40
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Mmm, cloud computing.

Still, has issues in NZ! (Hosting in NZ is expensive, but while US hosting is cheap, it has privacy/legal/latency issues!)

Don't forget to come to the various conferences on around the country! (InternetNZ ones like NetHUI, NZNOG's, various *camps..)



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  Reply # 493172 14-Jul-2011 06:31
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kyhwana2: Mmm, cloud computing.

Still, has issues in NZ! (Hosting in NZ is expensive, but while US hosting is cheap, it has privacy/legal/latency issues!)

Don't forget to come to the various conferences on around the country! (InternetNZ ones like NetHUI, NZNOG's, various *camps..)


I agree with it still having issues in New Zealand particulary for hybrid/ mixed deployments. Thanks for the tip regarding conferences!


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Welcome to Geekzone!!

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