Sydney Fish Market is poised to transform the way it trades its product by launching a new digital platform that has the potential to shake up how the $3 billion Australian seafood industry operates.
The NSW government has deployed Pegasystems’ Pega software to help simplify its building bond management process through the Strata Hub.
COMPANY NEWS: Australian developer Devworkz has announced the launch of Safe Havens, a modern child abuse protection system for education, councils, sporting groups and faith-based communities across Australia and New Zealand. The cloud-based platform is designed to provide a full end-to-end service for the development of Child Safe capabilities, child-focused reporting, case management, and performance reporting.
Security vendor Proofpoint has appointed Yvette Lejins to the role of resident CISO for the APAC region.
Cyber security solutions and services provider CSO Group has secured a four-year $7 million deal with the NSW Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ).
The New South Wales Department of Education is working to recover departmental systems after becoming a victim of a cyber-security attack, with the department saying it has worked with Cyber Security NSW to reactivate services as soon as possible.
Volunteer group Australian Parents for Climate Action has urged the NSW Government to reject Snowy Hydro’s proposal to build a $600 million gas power plant in Kurri Kurri; and instead asks the NSW Government to support the manufacturing of solar panels in the Hunter Valley.
GUEST OPINION by Linton Burling, GM, Vault Cloud: At the start of 2020, IDC predicted that public and private cloud spending would outperform “traditional IT spending” – think on-premise IT and legacy applications - in the forthcoming year. Of course, they weren’t accounting for a global pandemic, which has sent cloud spending into the stratosphere, while traditional IT spending wanes.
Technology services and solutions provider Data#3 has scored a win with a contract to deliver a modern networking solution for the new Sydney Football Stadium.
Planning approvals for data centres and warehouses will be assessed under a new accelerated pathway to help stimulate the State’s post-pandemic economic recovery, according to the government of The Australian state of NSW.
Australian property intelligence platform operator Archistar has raised $6 million in a funding round led by Skip Capital (co-headed by Atlassian co-founder Scott Farquhar) and AirTree Ventures (which was founded by former Microsoft Australia managing director Daniel Petre).
The NSW Police Force has commenced utilisation of an SMS geo-targeting alert system to assist police in locating high-risk missing persons across the state.
Transport for NSW has been hit by an attack on a file transfer system manufactured by the firm Accellion, the agency says.
Australian cloud provider Vault has signed a partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise firm Aruba to improve its cloud security solutions for both public and private sector clients.
The NSW Government has announced an open Request for Tender to build network infrastructure for the communities of Wamboin, Bywong and Sutton as part of the $400 million Regional Digital Connectivity program.
IBM is partnering with the NSW Department of Education’s STEM Industry School Partnerships Program and the NSW Cyber Security Innovation Node in an initiative designed to bolster school students and teachers’ cybersecurity and cloud computing knowledge.
Unions NSW, the peak body for unions in the state, has warned that the lack of a requirement that the State Government inform workers and residents they have suffered a data breach would result in them being unaware that their personal data has been stolen.
The NSW Government’s Department of Customer Service has appointed business-to-business integration solutions provider MessageXchange to provide its e-invoicing solution aimed at streamlining procure-to-pay services.
The NSW Government is planning to build smart technology into infrastructure and buildings in a move its says will create jobs, cut traffic and commute times, slash water bills, reduce crime and boost the economy and turn New South Wales into the "smart state".
The head of a local cloud company says he is delighted that NSW and wider governments are beginning to recognise the importance of local technology companies, not only for improving the range of services available to support Australians, but also because of the added value that could be secured from tax-paying, job-creating local companies who underpin current and future sovereign resilience.
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Copying Samsung, which also has a A3x, A5x, A7x, A9x line up at similar price points.