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Members of the alliance come from all parts of the country and work together to ensure that the advantages of transition are fully felt. But we agree that there are ways for everyone to help a better state government. In the years of its foundation, the Hawaii Community Foundation provided the government with generous logistics assistance.
It has now been formed as an autonomous 501(c)(3) non-profit organisation.
Government of Hawaii, partner of the University in the colocation of data centers
Officers announced mutual advantageous cooperation as a means to meet some of the needs of the ageing state computer centre. Hawaii works with its academia to mitigate risk to its IT system and conserve taxpayers' money. Tuesday, March 15, Governor David Ige and the President of the University of Hawaii, David Lassner, jointly sealed a co-location agreement at the institution's 2-year-old Honolulu datacenter.
As part of the contract, parts of the information located in the Office of Enterprise Technology Services' main datacenter will be transferred to the college datacenter, where the system provides a robust back-up. "Ige said at the signature: "This relationship really allows us, on account of Hawaii's taxpayer, to take advantage of the state government to offer better service to our city.
Officers announced the mutual benefit of cooperation as a means to meet some of the needs of the ageing state' s computing centre, which is located in the Kalanimoku facility in Honolulu city centre and has long been seen as in need of technology upgrading. "Using the UH datacenter enables us to access some of our key business processes while cutting duplicate expenses, which include the cost of design, construction, maintenance, power and personnel for a completely new datacenter," said CIO Todd Nacapuy in a news report.
"UH and the State of Hawaii will be able to make savings of billions of dollars per year," he said at the sign. "We are not constructing an extra computer centre, we are not going outside and using other equipment. Mr Lassner said that when the college first requested state funding for the centre, it was made clear that the school was open to support the state programme.