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Displaying items by tag: Government IT

Thursday, 25 February 2021 17:42

Macquarie opens new Canberra data centre

Macquarie Telecom Group's Macquarie Data Centres and Macquarie Government businesses have launched the Intellicentre 5 (IC5) data centre in Canberra to house the most highly classified Australian Government workloads.

Published in Development

Former UK digital industry veteran Paul Shetler has been appointed as the first CEO of the federal government’s new Digital Transformation Office (DTO).

Published in People Moves

Glenorchy City Council has decided to switch from on-premises TechnologyOne software to the TechnologyOne cloud.

Published in Cloud

'Digital disruption' is a fact of life for Australian businesses, according to Oracle. Few would argue with that in the light of what's happened to bookshops and music stores, plus suggestions that around half of our occupations may be wiped out by automation by 2025.

Published in CIO Trends

Government sector IT staff will consider changing their jobs if they are affected by cuts in agency and departmental budgets expected to be announced in tonight’s federal budget, according to one major ICT recruitment firm.

Published in People Moves
Monday, 24 March 2014 15:55

TechnologyOne Cloud over Noosa

Noosa Council is the first municipality to use TechnologyOne's complete OneCouncil system in the TechnologyOne cloud.

Published in Cloud

In the never-ending mission to do more with less, government IT teams often lose sight of the need for careful application performance management (APM), which helps ensure the speed and reliability of applications and services as they’re delivered to end users.

Thursday, 18 October 2012 17:21

AGIMO approves 35 cloud service providers

The Australian Government Information Office (AGIMO) has published a multi-user list of 35 suppliers selected to provide cloud and cloud-Like services that includes virtual desktops and servers, disaster recovery and managed backups, etendering packages and online collaboration tools.

Published in Cloud Services

SYDNEY, Australia. Federal Minister for Health, Tanya Plibersek, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Chair of the Global eHealth Ambassador Program and Jane Halton PSM, Secretary of the Department of Health and Ageing were among a distinguished array of healthcare, government and IT leaders that contributed to the success of the tenth annual Health-e-Nation Conference on the Gold Coast held March 27-29, 2012.

Wednesday, 01 June 2011 18:47

Super-department axes four data centres

The Federal Department of Human Services is on track to reduce its collection of seven data centres to three over the next 12 months according to outgoing CIO John Wadeson.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 01 June 2011 17:33

Federal Government voom-vooms virtual

The Federal Government is moving ahead with virtualisation faster than the private sector according to Ann Steward, the Government CIO, as it seeks an ICT trifecta of increased productivity, efficiency and sustainability.

Published in Virtualisation
Friday, 25 March 2011 10:39

NSW IT stuck in limbo for two months

IT companies seeking to do business with the NSW Government are in limbo - not just because of Saturday's state election - but because they have another two months to wait until the new IT Procure 3 contract comes into force.

Published in Government Tech Policy

A Gartner analyst has taken issue with the Federal, NSW and Victorian governments for allowing suppliers of bespoke software developed for government contracts to retain the intellectual property in the software, but has been especially critical of the AIIA, the industry body that lobbied to have this policy introduced.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Thursday, 24 June 2010 17:50

Tech sector loses a friend as Tanner resigns

Freshly minted Prime Minister Julia Gillard lost one of her government's key talents within hours of her promotion, with Finance Minister Lindsay Tanner announcing he will not contest the next election.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 09 June 2010 18:20

Muted reaction trails state budget

IT reaction to the NSW Government budget has been muted. Given the lack of much in the way of new investment programmes in ICT, it's being a dubbed a business-as-usual budget in the run up to the State election.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Monday, 09 November 2009 17:51

White House adopts Drupal open source CMS

Can the US Government see open source as a viable platform driving its web sites? Yes it can!

Published in The Linux Distillery
Friday, 23 October 2009 08:31

Minister welcomes Telstra productivity report

Lindsay Tanner, Federal Minister for Finance and Deregulation, has welcomed a report on government productivity commissioned by Telstra. It contains "some very useful insights," he said.

Published in Market
Thursday, 01 October 2009 07:55

Objective contract win with WA Health

Western Australia’s Health Corporate Network (HCN) has deployed Objective Corporation’s enterprise content management (ECM) solution for processing up to 6,000 daily transactions for the WA Department of Health and for use by the department’s 600 staff.

Published in Deals
Tuesday, 29 September 2009 12:42

Government CIOs lead green IT charge

Federal government agencies are further advanced in terms of the march towards Green IT than their private sector counterparts – and three quarters of all agencies have appointed someone to be accountable for green IT – most often the CIO.
Published in Market

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