Cloud of secrecy shrouds Defence Secret Cloud

Governments are not well-known for their speed, particularly when blazing a trail with technology for others to follow.

But when Defence, with its $50 billion annual budget, declares the need to “rapidly establish” a cloud capability capable of handling data at the ‘secret’ security classification, it’s hard not to take it on its word.

Particularly when (as the department puts it) siloed systems and disparate networks are hampering collaboration and coordination. There is nothing like dire straits to incite action.

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