Workday has been appointed to the Digital Transformation Agency Cloud Marketplace, to provide modern applications for financial management.
Oracle and the UK Government have renewed a memorandum of understanding for the continued use of Oracle's cloud infrastructure and applications.
The stories of limited access, substandard care and systemic problems in Australia's aged-care industry unveiled in the Royal Commission into the sector highlights the need for an immediate call to action.
Gold Coast-based Opmantek, which is supplying software to NASA for use in its Artemis mission, is one of the 44 companies that have received a funding boost.
Equinix has launched Equinix Fabric — an on-demand interconnection service — in Canberra, to drive access to hybrid multicloud services in Australia and globally.
SAP partner Acclimation has won Powerlink's contract to manage Business Suite on HANA migration.
The South Australian Government has selected Unisys to provide Hyperscale Cloud Management services, to simplify cloud adoption within government agencies.
A government department in Vallejo, California, has adopted an Oracle Cloud platform to enable residents, inspectors and contractors to conduct business online.
Government agencies at all levels are adopting cloud computing, to streamline communication and increase organisational agility.
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.
In order to manage cloud migrations, government agencies need to develop a comprehensive, forward-looking plan that provides flexibility and security for years to come.
Public sector IT association Socitm has published a guide full of advice for CIOs on procuring and adopting cloud solutions.
Cloud-based centres can facilitate better training and guidance for employees, improve caller interactions, increase efficiency and reduce costs.
Datacom has been approved to supply services across all four categories of the South Australian Government's Managed Platform Services Panel Agreement.