Podcast: What will the new Microsoft Data Centre mean for the country – and your business?
Umbrellar CEO David Howden and Head of Business Operations Nadia Phillips took some time out to talk to Microsoft's Patrick Quesnel and Jimmy Kerr about the upcoming launch of the new Microsoft datacenter region in New Zealand. Are you ready for it?
As Microsoft Azure Platform Growth & Development Product Engineering Lead ANZ and Launch Lead NZ Datacentre Region respectively, Padi and Jimmy are sources right at the heart of Microsoft’s huge investment in cloud technology for Aotearoa and know first-hand how it will help accelerate our digital evolution.
Listen in as the crew deep dive into the details and find out what you need to do to be ready when Microsoft officially launches in 2023.
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