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Local government councils representing more than two million Australians have called on the Federal Government to commit to strong, unified action on climate change, ahead of the UN Climate Conference COP26 in November.

Published in Climate

Technology firm Ento launches VaxTrack, a COVID-19 vaccination tracking feature for its workforce management platform.

Published in Business Software

Melbourne eastern suburbs council the City of Stonnington is still continuing its investigation after suffering a cyberattack which disrupted its phone lines and email sevices last weekend.

Published in Security

Australia's managers consistently overrate both their own — and their organisation's — efficacy at engaging and recognising the value of employees, according to a new study commissioned by Achievers, the progressive choice for employee voice and recognition solutions that accelerate a culture of performance.

Published in Guest Research

The City of Sydney has announced it will target net zero carbon emissions by 2035 – five years earlier than previously planned – in a move to help avert catastrophic climate change.

Published in Climate
Wednesday, 16 December 2020 17:02

AWS brings Project Resilience to ANZ

AWS has extended its Project Resilience to Australia and New Zealand, offering up to US$5,000 in AWS credits to certain organisations to help them prepare for disasters.

Published in Enterprise Cloud

US technology services provider Tyler Technologies has been hit by a Windows ransomware attack, it said in a statement issued on Thursday, adding that its website was now offline due to the incident.

Published in Security

Data centre networks provider Leading Edge Data Centres has begun work on a $19.6 million project to upgrade digital infrastructure in the Newcastle and Hunter regions of New South Wales as part of a wider roll-out of its tier-3 edge data centre network across the State.

Published in Data Centres

Victorian regional local government body Ballarat Council has undertaken a digital transformation, with the deployment of Microsoft cloud computing and implementation of Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics 365.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 11 December 2019 15:05

Snap Send Solve pinged by ACCC

Melbourne-based app developer Snap Send Solve has paid $12,600 to settle an infringement notice issued by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

Published in Strategy

Cloud communications company CommsChoice has completed the deployment of Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams on Office 365 for the Wingecarribee Shire Council in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales.

Published in Deals

A Sunshine Coast family-based business, Auscom, has been awarded a $1 million contract to provide a key part of the International Broadband Submarine Cable Network.

Published in Deals
Wednesday, 26 June 2019 11:32

Aruba deploys SD-WAN for City of Whittlesea

Network solutions provider Aruba has deployed its SD-WAN solution across 15 branch offices of Victorian local government body, the City of Whittlesea.

Published in Networking

The Snowy Monaro Regional Council in the Snowy Mountains and Monaro region of NSW has selected software applications and managed services vendor Civica to meet its current and future ICT needs.

Published in Deals

Australian-listed enterprise software company TechnologyOne has signed a two-year software-as-a-service deal to implement its fully integrated OneCouncil solution for Chelmsford City Council in the UK.

Published in Deals

Queensland-based Bigmate is applying its experience in telematics to additional areas of technology and business.

Published in Business Intelligence

Juneau, the capital of Alaska, voted to remove fluoride from its water supply in 2007. A recent study of dental records has demonstrated the health cost of that decision.

Published in Health

Attributed to John Atherton, General Manager Power Quality at Eaton

Australia’s appetite for online content is growing rapidly. According to the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), Australians downloaded more than 3.1 million terabytes of data in June 2017 quarter – a 43 per cent increase on the previous year.

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