Displaying items by tag: Macquarie Government

Macquarie Telecom business unit Macquarie Government has welcomed the Morrison Government’s announcement that all government data will soon require storage only in onshore data centres that are Certified Strategic or Certified Assured.

Published in Government Tech Policy
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

Macquarie Telecom Group has called on the Australian Government to act on its new cyber security strategy immediately, saying that the strategy “crucially paves the way” for the creation of sovereign jobs and skills development in Australia “when it’s needed most”.

Published in Security

Macquarie Telecom business unit Macquarie Government has become a member of the Defence Industry Security Program (DISP), certifying the company to contract with the Department of Defence.

Published in Technology Tenders

Once again, a federal government cloud contract has been handed on a platter to the American firm Microsoft, without local firms even getting a look in.

Published in Open Sauce

Macqauarie Government and Macquarie Data Centres are making an initial investment of $17 million to build the first stage of a new data centre, Intellicentre 5 (IC5), at its Canberra campus in response to what they say is rising demand for cloud and cyber security services.

Published in Data Centres

ASD-certified Protected cloud provider Vault has switched on high-security equipment in the NSW Government's GovDC in Silverwater, the company says, adding that this would provide fast low-level connectivity directly into Vault Cloud.

Published in Data Centres
Wednesday, 13 November 2019 10:47

Macquarie Telecom inks deal with Open Minds

Macquarie Telecom has signed a deal to provide mental health and disability support services provider Open Minds with critical mobile, voice, NBN and SD-WAN services to underpin the company’s expansion plans.

Published in Health
Tuesday, 12 November 2019 00:01

Aljuboury awarded MacGov cybersecurity scholarship

Macquarie Government has awarded this year's cyber security scholarship to Adel Aljuboury, a computer science student at Western Sydney University.

Published in Education

Cyber security firm Macquarie Government has launched a new security operations centre as-a-service (SOCaaS) which it says is aimed at addressing the evolving threat landscape faced by Australian government agencies.

Published in Security

Macquarie Government has called on the Australian Government to give greater focus to building critical sovereign capabilities in cyber security and IT to keep Australia competitive.

Published in Security
Friday, 28 June 2019 11:04

Anger, caution over AWS deal with Canberra

Reaction to the awarding of a whole-of-government cloud services deal to Amazon Web Services, the second big contract to go to the American company in two months, after the 2021 Census was handed to it, has ranged from muted to outright anger.

Published in Open Sauce

Cyber security firm Macquarie Government has appointed former Brennan IT executive Dayle Wilson as head of product and operations to support the business’ range of built-for-government services, including its Australian Signals Directorate-certified government cloud services.

Published in People Moves

Macquarie Government has inked an exclusive partnership with Mesosphere, the multi-cloud automation platform company, to make industry-leading cloud management technologies available to the Australian Government.

Published in Deals

Amazon plans to enter the Australian Protected cloud market, but it really can't be bothered to offer the same service as it does to the American Government, it would appear.

Published in Open Sauce

ASD-certified Protected cloud provider Vault Systems has lost its role as cloud host of the Govpass ID system, with the government's Digital Transformation Agency deciding instead that the Australian Taxation Office and the Department of Human Services would assume responsibility for hosting the components of the digital identity system.

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