This roundtable brings together a range of industry experts to talk about the adoption of cloud computing in government agencies and departments.
Australian government agencies concerned about cloud hosted data leaving the country, will find comfort in a software gateway that filters and tokenises it.
NSW Health service-delivery arm HealthShare has invested heavily in Oracle middleware and cloud capabilities to support a major e-business refurb.
Mainframes could see a resurgence in the push for more cloud computing power.
Strong local-government response to cloud enabling initiatives has shown just how big the council appetite for cloud has already become.
This interview with the CIO of NSW Department of Trade & Investment charts the organisation's transition to cloud computing and its future expectations.
Cloud computing is gaining traction as government bodies at all levels move to – and beyond – early tests and chart their future direction in the cloud.
Victoria's Port of Portland has shifted to a cloud-based administrative system to improve the administration of its port facilities.
A major systems overhaul is improving operational processes for the Port of Portland, which replaced numerous systems with NetSuite cloud based environment.
Australia's federal government has launched a national Cloud Computing Strategy that mandates a preference for cloud services in procurement of ICT services
Government organisations have a significant new option for cloud-computing services after Microsoft announced it would bring its Windows Azure to Australia.
Government CIOs give too much weight to cloud computing's perceived risks and too little to its benefits and manageable risks, an Ovum analyst has warned.
Actual adoption of cloud services remains low despite the media attention and hype they get, Ovum CIO survey has found – although that may soon change.
After virtualising servers and desktops in a new data centre, WA's City of Bunbury is weighing opportunities to become a cloud provider to its neighbours.
ICT employees are working harder, often for small or no pay rises. Demand may shift towards cloud and other uni training that better equips ICT graduates.