Displaying items by tag: Australian Department of Defence

ASX-listed Canberra-based cyber security firm archTIS has won a contract valued at $296,000 with the Australian Department of Defence for the expanded deployment of its NC Protect platform.

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Japanese ICT giant Fujitsu has signed a three-year contract with the Australian Department of Defence to uplift and modernise Defence’s existing and planned future ICT environments.

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The Australian Department of Defence is continuing to use a Chinese-owned data centre, Global Switch, for hosting some of its data, even though it was told to switch providers by the end of last year.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The chief executive of an Australian company that provides managed cyber detection and incident response services, says large multinationals are offering businesses a false sense of security, because the latter lack an understanding of cyber security requirements.

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The Australian Department of Defence will use Microsoft's Azure cloud platform to host SAP/4HANA which will form the foundation of its new enterprise resource planning system.

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ASD-certified Protected cloud provider Sliced Tech has been given a three-year contract by the Australian Department of Defence to implement and sustain its new enterprise student management system.

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Japanese ICT giant Fujitsu has signed a three-year contract with the Australian Department of Defence to provide desktop-related services for approximately 100,000 defence personnel across more than 450 locations around Australia.

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Digital communications provider Avaya has secured a five-year deal to supply contact centre technology and provide services to the Australian Department of Defence.

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Chinese investment in the parent company of a Sydney data centre, Global Switch, has resulted in the Australian Defence Department deciding to end its relationship with the data centre and move all the secret files hosted there in-house again.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Kobra Shredders Australia today announced that it will present Data Security Inc.'s new HPM-1 degausser for the first time to a commercial audience in Australia at Security 2010 Exhibition & Conference (Sep 1 - 3, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour).

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