Australian IaaS provider AUCloud has added to its operations in Canberra and Sydney by opening a data center in Brisbane.

The idea is to support Queensland-based organizations in the government and critical infrastructure sectors.

“By facilitating hundreds of thousands of investigations among regulatory agencies, law enforcement agencies and large private sector companies, data integrity and confidentiality are the cornerstones of building a reliable, evidence-based chain of evidence,” he said. said Comtrac, Brisbane-based investigation management SaaS provider, CEO and founder Craig Doran.

“With the recent increase in cybersecurity incidents, including very public breaches, we recognize the value that a locally based, sovereign cloud provider, such as AUCloud, can provide to mitigate data evidentiary risks. In partnership with AUCloud and specialist service partners, Comtrac is working in many investigative environments to support high-profile law enforcement, judicial and ethics investigations.”

AUCloud co-founder and CEO Phil Dawson said: “Working with partners NextDC, VMware and Veeam, AUCloud is now able to deliver a broad portfolio of geographically resilient services specifically designed to meet the security requirements of government data and critical industry sectors, including health care, financial services, resources, and energy.

“Our increasingly recognized and valued cybersecurity credentials, our obsessive focus on data retention in Australia to mitigate the risks of backing, tracking and transmitting metadata to unknown overseas parties, and our proven local service capability and partner ecosystem, they are now resonating with fine customers and their service partners.”

AUCloud has also opened a new office in central Brisbane.

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