Mobility

SA equipping police with tablet technology

18 January, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

South Australian police vehicles will be equipped with tablet technology that will allow officers to fill out and submit paperwork without having to return to the station.


Statistics New Zealand transforms workplace

12 January, 2017 by Jonathan Nally

Statistics New Zealand, which formerly relied upon a fixed set of annual surveys, is now placing more emphasis on near real-time data from more frequent surveys with shorter lead times.


Wi-Fi for Tilt Trains and cruise ships

31 October, 2016 by Amy Steed

Improved Wi-Fi access has been implemented for tourists and locals in both Queensland and Tasmania.


Service NSW app updates mobile features

26 October, 2016

The updated Service NSW app now enables customers to complete vehicle transactions on their mobiles.


Queensland Police rolls out mobility program

17 October, 2016

Queensland police officers will be able to respond faster to non-critical calls for service following the rollout of a mobile capability pilot program.


The IoT's role in health and aged care

04 October, 2016 by Fadi Geha, CEO, Simble | Supplied by: Simble Solutions Pty Ltd

Mobility devices, the IoT and app development are helping providers improve healthcare outcomes while also boosting their own balance sheets.


Port of Townsville simplifies with CMS

28 September, 2016 by Jonathan Nally | Supplied by: TechnologyOne

Port of Townsville has implemented TechnologyOne's Enterprise Content Management solution, giving it a single enterprise-wide solution.


NSW Dept of Justice taps Telestar for MDM

22 August, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Telestar has been contracted to provide its Bluewater end-to-end managed mobility platform for the NSW Department of Justice.


US Pentagon said to ban Pokemon Go

15 August, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The US Pentagon has reportedly issued a memo banning the use of Pokemon Go within Defense facilities nationwide, and on agency-issued smart devices, due to spying fears.


Power from down under for Perth homes

09 May, 2016

Power supplies to around 800 new properties across Perth will come from under the ground as projects to remove overhead power distribution networks continue full steam ahead. 


WA Police to trial body-worn video cameras

02 May, 2016

WA Police will be trialling body-worn video cameras in a first for the state, which is expected to help reduce assaults on personnel and increase early guilty pleas.


Fairfield City Council launches multilingual app

20 April, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

NSW's Fairfield City Council has launched a new multilingual library smartphone app to support the region's large population of non-native English speakers.


Digital asset and mobility solution pays dividends

10 March, 2016 | Supplied by: TechnologyOne

Conversion from a paper-based system to a digital-based asset management and mobility solution has transformed the way one South Australian council is doing business.


Federal Treasury's virtual vision

09 February, 2016 by Jonathan Nally

The Federal Treasury has moved almost 1000 desktops to a virtual environment, boosting efficiency and mobility. We speak with CTO Ricardo Alberto.


Microsoft tablets handed to 5000 Western Sydney Uni students

11 January, 2016 | Supplied by: University of Western Sydney

Western Sydney University has partnered with Microsoft to deploy thousands of Surface 3 devices to 2016 students.


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