In our annual Leaders in Technology series, we ask the experts what the year ahead holds. Today we talk cloud and change with Nutanix's Lee Thompson.
As Australian public sector agencies transition from legacy approaches to a cloud-first strategy, it is important that they consider three key milestones along the journey.
In our annual Leaders in Technology series, we ask the experts what the year ahead holds. Today we talk cloud and efficiency with AUCloud's Phil Dawson.
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.
Federal government agencies are now required to understand, assess and authorise the cloud services they wish to consume.
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.
A new strategic partnership between SAS and Microsoft is helping the public sector harness the power of analytics in the cloud.
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.
The AWS Public Sector Summit Online is a no-cost, virtual event designed to help you build your skills and stay up to date with AWS products and services.
A cloud-managed network makes possible the rapid rollout and support of advanced services across a range of verticals.
WaterNSW is using a hybrid cloud-based system provided by Nutanix to help generate real-time insights into water availability across the state.
The new agreement will allow all WA government agencies regardless of size to leverage Microsoft's cloud services.
Regional councils who've lived through a natural disaster say digital preparedness is key. Now's the time to invest in the tools to help you fight the next fire.