The 'duty to document' will help inform future pandemic responses, according to Australia and New Zealand's Information Access Commissioners.
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Data-centric architectures must operate in real time in order to boost the analytics that power AI applications.
The DTA has launched its Hardware Marketplace procurement portal with a single category — enterprise storage — and 36 initial suppliers.
ATO officials have blamed a failure of fibre cables in its DXC-provided SAN for the major IT systems outage in December 2016, but are still unsure whether the cables were faulty or just improperly installed.
The ATO has given a glimpse into why a storage area network failure led to complete outages of the tax agency's online services in December and February.
State Library Victoria will implement the Ex Libris Rosetta digital preservation system to manage its digital resources.
A new breed of enterprise-class, cloud-based storage platforms is offering new hope for storage-weary administrators.
Parliamentary hearings into the tax code and infrastructure development will explore technology issues including managing and effectively utilising large volumes of data.
Big data projects in government agencies are helping analytics professionals learn the best way to turn big data analytics into operational improvements.
Government organisations are getting smarter about the way they use their information as big data strategies continue to gain traction.
Big data changes the economics of government storage strategies – but without modelling, costs can quickly blow out as scale and cloud storage kick in.
The Commonwealth government's efforts to formalise a big data policy for its agencies took a concrete step forward with the release of a draft issues paper.
AGIMO will on Friday release a key document outlining its efforts to gather and encapsulate big data knowledge and expertise for government departments.
Governments swamped with big data are successfully engaging developers with competitions whose goal is to encourage them to find new uses for that big data