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How IT Pros Can Help Prepare the Public Sector for the Future of Work

01 October, 2021 by Leon Adato, Head Geek™ at SolarWinds

With smart implementation of monitoring, IT teams can create an environment where business can take place "as usual."

Human-centred design the route to improving road safety

11 August, 2021

Drivers, vehicle design and traffic signs have been identified as the three biggest causes of distractions on the road, according to a UNSW expert.

More than 45,000 council workers eligible for paid vaccination leave

06 July, 2021

More than 45,000 council staff across NSW can take special vaccination leave to get the COVID jab. 

MSAB, Detego partner on digital forensics

19 May, 2021 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Digital forensics leaders MSAB and Detego have partnered to provide law enforcement customers with a one-stop mobile and computer analysis solution.

Enea providing technology for Telenor's 5G SA core

19 May, 2021 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Telenor has incorporated technology from Enea into its 5G standalone network core, designed as a proof of concept to support 5G network slicing.

US govt employees using outdated mobile OS

22 March, 2021 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Over 99% of US government employees using an Android phone and 32.2% using iOS phones are still using outdated versions of the operating systems, research shows.

US state to build an autonomous road corridor

18 August, 2020 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Connected and autonomous vehicles will soon have a road of their own, following an announcement by Michigan that it intends to build a 64-km-long corridor solely for their use.

ATO signs $141.5m contract extension with Optus

21 July, 2020 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The agreement covers a wide range of services, including voice and data carriage services, telephony, WAN and LAN delivery, and contact centre infrastructure.

APEC to go virtual in NZ in 2021

30 June, 2020 by Jonathan Nally

New Zealand has announced that it will go ahead with hosting the APEC meeting in 2021, but that will it conduct the event using virtual digital platforms.

Working from home: lessons learned

08 June, 2020 by Joseph Sweeney, IBRS

The COVID-19 crisis has catapulted 'working from home' to the forefront of office practices. Here are the tech, policy and budgetary ideas you need to know.

Tokyo to trial 5G antenna-equipped smart poles

28 May, 2020 by Amy Sarcevic

The project aims to bring 5G shared antenna systems into full-scale use by March 2021.

Delv delivers COVID-19 app for govt

02 April, 2020 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Delv has collaborated with the Department of Health and the Digital Transformation Agency to develop a one-stop COVID-19 app for Australian citizens.

Top 10 benefits of desktop as a service (DaaS)

01 April, 2020

This guide explains the main advantages to be gained when companies adopt DaaS to help them succeed on their digital journey.

Interview: Murray Dickson, CommScope

23 December, 2019

In our annual Leaders in Technology series, we ask the experts what the year ahead holds. Today we talk connectivity and smart cities with CommScope's Murray Dickson.

Every frontline WA Police officer getting an iPhone 11

14 November, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Telstra has secured an $8 million contract to deliver iPhone 11s installed with apps supporting vital police functions to every frontline WA Police officer.

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