The CSIRO’s chief operating officer Judi Zielke is taking over the scientific advistory body Australian Research Council (ARC) as CEO until it can find a permanent chief executive.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) hosted a speech from the Federal Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small & Family Business, the Hon. Stuart Robert MP on Friday 3 December, who pledged that all government services will be online by 2025.
Macquarie Data Centres, part of Macquarie Telecom Group, announced that its Sydney data centres in the Macquarie Park Data Centre Campus and Sydney Central have achieved the Certified Strategic designation under the Digital Transformation Agency’s (DTA) Hosting Certification Framework.
ID verification startup OCR Labs has been accredited through the Trusted Digital Identity Framework (TDIF). With the accreditation, customers who are using the company’s identity service in the private sector can trust that their identity information can be verified, and is protected.
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.
More than two million Australians have created digital identities through the government my.Gov portal in order to access digital services, a statement from two ministers says.
Exactly why the Federal Government has decided to upgrade the COVIDSafe app after its abysmal showing as far as contact tracing is concerned is a mystery.
Undeterred by the failure of its COVIDSafe app, the Morrison Government has announced that it will update the software in what it claims is "a world-leading technology development".
Until yesterday, I was wondering why the Prime Minister Scott Morrison, a honest Christian man who goes to church every Sunday, was not letting fly at the men who had tried to reclaim money from the poor and starving in this country and ended up with a bill of $1.2 billion in legal fees.
The Australian Government has cheerfully forked out $1.2 billion of those green notes to settle a lawsuit in the robodebt case. I think it's a good moment to stop and consider whether some ministers should be told, in strict terms, to avoid taking any initiatives that involve technology.
The Australian Government will put in place a new digital system to collect information from incoming travellers via their mobile devices or through a computer as it prepares for opening global travel once again.
Canberra-based secure cloud services provider Vault has welcomed the release of new guidelines for vendors to be assessed for their competence in delivering secure cloud services by either public or private sector entities.
The Australian Government is attempting to fix a manufactured problem — disinformation on social media — without properly assessing the source to see if vested interests are pushing a case for which there is no basis.
Australia’s Department of Defence is collaborating with rocket company Gilmour Space Technologies on the development of new space technologies aimed at helping launch Australian rockets and satellites into space.
Participants in Australia’s National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will be able to purchase assistive technology to help them through the COVID 19 crisis and self-isolation.
All technology-savvy individuals in this great country need to cut Stuart Robert some slack. The Government Services Minister was perfectly correct when he described the inability of the Centrelink site to hold up under the traffic it was experiencing as being due to a distributed denial of service attack.
Indian outsourcing firm Infosys has beaten out Accenture and IBM to win a contract with the Australian Government's Services Australia department - formerly the Department of Human Services - to rebuild the engine that calculates the welfare amount to be paid to recipients.
Australia Post's Digital iD services has been accredited by the government as an trusted identity service provider under the Trusted Digital Identity Framework.
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.
Amazon Web Services has signed a whole-of-government deal with the Federal Government, enabling federal, state and territory agencies, as well as public universities and publicly-owned companies to use AWS Cloud services.
Linux is becoming worse than Windows. :-(
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