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.
Australia's air traffic services provider has lifted and shifted its entire business IT operations into a secure, sovereign cloud environment.
In Australia, at 8 am on 'Results Day', thousands and thousands of South Australian Year 12 students receive their ATAR (Australia Tertiary Admissions Rank).
The Trump administration plans to replace the Cloud First strategy for government IT modernisation projects with a new strategy called Cloud Smart.
CER is adopting a fully managed ServiceNow-based SaaS offering provided by Fujitsu in partnership with Australia's Vault.
Consolidating numerous data streams into a city's data lake will enable AI-powered applications running across multiple departments.
The Digital Transformation Agency will become the first Australian government agency to adopt Office 365 for Protected-level email and documents.
The City of Perth will replace its legacy on-premise systems with the software-as-a-service based OneCouncil solution from Brisbane's TechnologyOne.
The NSW Government's buy.nsw cloud procurement platform has onboarded 30 cloud sellers and 20 government agency buyers in its first month of operation.
Sunshine Coast Council has continued its push into the cloud with the procurement of an SaaS-based asset management solution from Pitney Bowes.
Queensland Rail plans to stop directly owning its ICT infrastructure in favour of procuring cloud-based managed ICT services.
Sovereign cloud services provider AUCloud has appointed ex-PM&C CTO Brad Bastow as the company's inaugural CTO.
Attitudes surrounding the use of the cloud among government ICT leaders have changed significantly over the past few years, a new survey has found.