The WAPF has been piloting a cloud AI solution from Australia's Modis and running on Microsoft Azure that is designed to manage vast amounts of digital evidence.
Australian Government agencies should stop being hamstrung by legacy vendor relationships and instead in-source and own their innovation capabilities.
IP Australia's in-beta IP Data Platform is designed to help researchers and policymakers make better decisions around IP rights, trade and innovation.
WA Health has selected NEC Australia as a major partner for its HealthNext ICT modernisation and interconnectivity project.
The Victorian Government's shared services agency Cenitex and VMware are working to develop an end-to-end hybrid cloud solution for government agencies.
The Digital Transformation Agency expects to increase the number of approved providers listed on the Cloud Services Panel to more than 250 by year end.
The Western Australian Department of Finance and technology partner Microsoft have completed a migration of its core ICT systems to the Azure cloud.
WA Health has awarded IT services company Atos a five-year, $124 million contract to migrate its systems to a hybrid cloud environment.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre has certified 42 AWS cloud services delivered from the AWS Sydney Region at the government PROTECTED classification level.
Government agencies have awarded more than $100 million in contracts through the whole-of-government Cloud Services Panel since its launch in 2015.
Google Cloud Platform has secured certification from the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) for use by government agencies to manage Unclassifed workloads.
The Digital Transformation Agency has launched a new tool aimed to allow government agencies to make decisions over whether to use a given cloud service.
The South Australian Government plans to embrace hybrid cloud, mobile and social technologies as part of its ICT Strategy for the next three years.