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Public cloud won't crumble our business: storage vendor chiefs 
True cost of cloud can be "underestimated and miscalculated".
 
The problem with flash is it doesn't break down 
 
AWS beefs up Zocalo to allow 5TB files 
 
Microsoft Azure Australia coming next week 
Vendor finally confirms local launch.
 
CRN poll results: data centres 
We asked if you'd run your own data centre or go the cloud.
 
Vodafone launches 4G business mobile data plans 
Aimed at small businesses up to twenty users.
 
UXC Connect plays key role in major transport project 
 
How to chart new territory in the cloud 
Dimension Data, Data#3, Brennan IT, Kloud and Readify execs reveal all to CRN at Microsoft APC.
 
Kroll recovers data from "stuck" iPhones and iPads 
 
Dropbox matches Google Drive with $10 plan 
Cloud storage race to the bottom continues.
 
DiData's "other" buy: DDLS acquires training provider  
 
Data centres Q&A: Logicalis Australia 
CRN speaks to Daniel Sultana about managed services.
 
How a small Sydney MSP paired up with the mighty ASX 
XCentral can offer high-end data centre services.
 
Who was at the EMC Forum? 
Hilton Sydney was packed with channel folk on 1 August.
 
Dell lays out huge overhaul for storage business 
Will merge storage platforms, develop 'Blue Thunder' project.
 
NTT Data grabs slice of $150m SAP project 
Dollars flow from major Transport for NSW programme.
 
Google rattles Amazon's cage with 2TB free storage offer 
But customers must install partner's software.
 
Reselling vanilla AWS (or Azure) is a dead end 
 
How a Qld provider turned backup pricing on its head 
 
Death-proof cloud service from Brisbane entrepreneur 
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Issue: 334 | December 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.