The NSW Police Force has selected cloud-based public safety software company Mark43 to provide components of its planned IPSOS IT system.
With the launch of five new courses, government employees now have the opportunity to hone their cloud and Microsoft 365 skills.
Public sector IT association Socitm has published a guide full of advice for CIOs on procuring and adopting cloud solutions.
Datacom has been approved to supply services across all four categories of the South Australian Government's Managed Platform Services Panel Agreement.
The South Australian Government has selected Atos as one of its strategic partners to deliver managed platform services under a 3-year heads of agreement.
The UK's Defence is storing more of its non-classified information in the public cloud under the belief that this is now more secure than on-premise storage.
The Tasmanian Government has contracted TechnologyOne to move seven agencies, including the Premier's Department, to its IRAP-certified cloud platform.
The DTA is offering a virtual course on cloud computing basics with Microsoft 365 Fundamentals for Australian Public Service digital professionals.
The ATO has contracted IBM to provide ongoing support and further development of the Standard Business Reporting platform built by the company for the agency.
The NSW Government has announced a new strategy mandating government agencies to take a 'public cloud by default' stance during ICT procurement.
WaterNSW is using a hybrid cloud-based system provided by Nutanix to help generate real-time insights into water availability across the state.