Tech

NSW DPC CIO to step down this month

13 November, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet is searching for a new CIO to replace the outgoing David Schneider.


Enabling diversity of thought in the workplace

08 November, 2019 by Andy Hurt, Managing Director, ANZ, Poly | Supplied by: Poly

Communication and collaboration technology can help establish a working environment that caters for the diverse needs of the workforce.


Cities moving to 100% renewable energy

31 October, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Sydney and Newcastle plan to switch to 100% renewable energy for their council operations from next year, while the ACT plans to go 100% renewable Canberra-wide.


buy.nsw launches beta guided buying experience

30 October, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Digital NSW and NSW Procurement have launched components of the buy.nsw guided buying experience into beta.


Top 10 tech trends for 2020

17 October, 2019 by Jonathan Nally

Gartner has identified security, service provision, empowered workforces and seven other solutions and technologies on which CIOs should focus in 2020.


SCCANZ calls for better smart cities efforts

16 October, 2019 by Jonathan Nally

The Smart Cities Council Australia and New Zealand has called on the federal government to show a renewed commitment to the smart cities movement.


CX can help local governments respond to disasters

02 October, 2019 by Peter Pirnejad | Supplied by: Oracle Australia

Technology can make the design and construction of buildings easier and more predictable, enabling a focus on solutions to respond, prevent and reduce disasters.


Building the foundations for a productive and sustainable government

05 September, 2019 by Mark Gambino | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

The application of intelligent design and technology-based solutions will help lead Australia into a productive, secure and more sustainable future.


Plug-fest sees 10 smart city products become TALQ certified

20 August, 2019

Ten smart city products have been certified TALQ compliant by the TALQ Consortium following its plug-fest event in Spain last month.


Transparency and privacy key issues at Smart Cities Council meeting

16 August, 2019

The meeting gathered Smart Cities Council members and stakeholders to explore current issues around technology use and data collection in the public sphere.


A people-first view of collaborative technology is essential for mental health

15 August, 2019 | Supplied by: Diversified Exhibitions Australia

How to put people at the forefront of office technology decisions will be a key topic of discussion at the Integrate Conference and Expo this month.


Global smart city tech market revenue to hit $1.7 T by 2028

12 August, 2019

The global smart city technology market is projected to earn $1.7 trillion in revenue between 2019 and 2028, according to a new report.


Local ICT companies to upgrade City of Darwin's tech

18 July, 2019

The City of Darwin has awarded more than $1 million to three local ICT businesses for new printers, an integrated telephone system, laptops and PCs.


MFB four-bay, outdoor shelters

02 July, 2019 | Supplied by: MFB Products Pty Ltd

MFB's four-bay, outdoor shelters allow people in remote regions of Queensland to communicate via the state's trunk two-way radio network.


Vic agencies using analytics to fight corruption

27 June, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Victorian government agencies are incorporating data analytics and other technologies into their fight against corrupt conduct, according to an IBAC review.


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