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Local councils have been the most proactive in brainstorming the potential uses for nbn's Sky Muster satellite services.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has officially launched the government's national cybersecurity strategy, including 33 cybersecurity initiatives worth over $231 million.
The New Zealand government's international business development arm has signed an MoU with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba to make it easier for NZ merchants to sell to China.
The ABS has opened a new national centre in Geelong to streamline and modernise the process of collecting data from all business and household surveys.
Rapid global transformation and collaboration are threatening to leave Australian cities behind.
The federal government and financial system players are pressing ahead with plans for the new world of digital currencies, with all of their good and bad aspects.
The Digital Transformation Office has commenced the first stage of a project to build a digital marketplace to help start-ups and smaller businesses access government service transformation contracts.
The Digital Transformation Office has launched an alpha prototype of gov.au, a new domain designed to integrate multiple government websites to improve the experience for end users.
Civica has launched Contact360, a customer contact and transactional platform designed for councils in Australia.
Numerous federal agencies and departments are rapidly realising the efficiency and security merits of the govCMS open source web platform.
The Department of Human Services has contracted IBM to provide technology to support a range of digital government initiatives, including myGov portals to key financial support services.
The government has selected Shanghai as the site of one of five international landing pads to help connect Australian entrepreneurs with international growth opportunities.