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Innovation is in our DNA. We pioneered cloud computing in New Zealand two decades ago and have transitioned hundreds of businesses to cloud services over the last 20 years. With such a wealth of innovation and experience you can trust us to be your cloud partner.

Today, we work with hundreds of organisations throughout Australasia, and offer a complete range of cloud services from Public Cloud, Desktop as a Service, Managed IaaS, Backup and Disaster Recovery to Office 365. Our secure, robust cloud platform is located across four data centres in Auckland, Hamilton, Sydney and Melbourne. Beyond core cloud services we also work with clients on Advanced Analytics, Big Data, and Digitisation services. 

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