Trans-Tasman cloud philosophies oceans apart

3 May 2012:  The Australian and New Zealand governments are poles apart when it comes to cloud computing policy, with one prescribing centralisation, the other leaving it open for agencies to buy hotchpotch services from anyone.  The ideological differences go to the heart of the argument between economies of scale and centralised control, and potentially impact on data sovereignty, says IT journalist Mahesh Sharma in The Age.

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