Smart City Tour (Part Two): Let your trashcan do the talking

06 August, 2018 by Franco Amalfi | Supplied by: Oracle Australia

Last month, I took you on a brief tour of some of the most innovative cities in the world, places using the power of connected devices — millions of sensors attached to all sorts of physical devices — to gather petabytes of digital information that are deposited into a data lake.

Boring or not, data is the key to AI success

02 August, 2018 by Guy Reeve, Senior Manager - Public Sector, MarkLogic | Supplied by: MarkLogic

Like a journey to the South Pole, the artificial intelligence (AI) hype has been going on for so long that it feels like we're trudging across the top of a very flat topped mountain.

NT releases backup data centre tender

20 June, 2018 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The Northern Territory Government has released a tender seeking to lease space in a Darwin data centre to provide backup to its relocating primary data centre

DocuSign launches Australian data centres

15 June, 2018

DocuSign's three new Australian data centres will be prioritised for public sector customers.

GovDC's success celebrated at Innovation Show

04 April, 2018 by Jonathan Nally

Consolidating 130 data centres into just 2 in the space of 5 years has paid dividends for the NSW Government.

More education institutions sign up for GovDC

12 March, 2018 by Jonathan Nally

The University of New South Wales, University of New England and Catholic Education Network have chosen GovDC to be their primary data centre provider.

Keeping government alive during data disasters

01 December, 2017 by Nathan Steiner, Head of Systems Engineering, ANZ, Veeam Software | Supplied by: Veeam Pty Ltd

Just as households and businesses prepare for bushfires every summer, so too should governments make provision for data disaster recovery.

GovDC program sees update of Unanderra Data Centre

30 November, 2017

The Unanderra Data Centre has just been expanded due to growing demand.

Next-generation citizen services: Is there an availability gap? If so, how do we close it?

22 September, 2017 by Nathan Steiner, Head of Systems Engineering ANZ, Veeam Software | Supplied by: Veeam Pty Ltd

Communications and citizen experience within the government sector is being redefined.

How data can help government make faster decisions

19 September, 2017 | Supplied by: Hannover Fairs Australia

More informed, higher quality and faster decisions can be made when data is presented properly at every level of an organisation, and according to data titan Pete Williams, there's no area of business that hasn't been affected by the data-related opportunities now widely available.

Metro North adopts Nutanix cloud platform

13 September, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Queensland's Metro North Hospital and Health Service has achieved cost savings and IT capacity improvements through the adoption of the Nutanix enterprise cloud platform.

US agencies failing data centre targets

11 September, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Most US agencies are not even attempting to meet legislated requirements for consolidating and optimising inefficient data centres, according to a new audit.

CDC creates fifth ACT data centre

28 August, 2017

A new data centre will be developed in Fyshwick by Canberra Data Centres.

Deakin Uni and ABS sign data transformation deal

07 July, 2017

Deakin University and the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) have signed a memorandum of understanding designed to improve data collection processes.

Data centre decisions for government

03 April, 2017 by Jonathan Nally | Supplied by: Zerto Aus Pty Ltd

While governments share many of the same sort of data centre concerns with the private sector, there are some public sector challenges that need addressing, said Zerto's Matthew Kates.

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