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Sustainable Sydney 2030 outlines the City of Sydney’s ambitious environmental, economic, social and cultural goals. To help realise this vision the city must be able to manage the life cycle of AU$12.7 billion worth of infrastructure assets.
81% of companies in Australia are facing more than 5,000 alerts per day, by far the highest number in the Asia Pacific region.
This new research report provides inspiration and actionable insights for policy-makers, public servants and consulting partners.
According to the 2018 DAS Location Intelligence Market Study, 75 percent of respondents from federal, state and local governments identified location intelligence as critical or very important to their future services strategy.
Discover how the Internet of Things (IoT) will positively impact your public sector. Examine the particular challenges faced for government adoption, including the explosion of cybersecurity threats.
Discover how Upper Hutt City Council, New Zealand, have optimised the management of its city assets. Learn how they have met compliance faster, mitigated risk and provided the transparency the city the needs to instill confidence in its decision making.
Data centre transfer switches normally fall into one of two categories: relay-based Automatic Transfer Switches (ATS) or Static Transfer Switches (STS). Both have inherent design flaws that hinder performance and reliability — two areas where a hybrid transfer rack switch really excels.
Mission-critical applications can be effectively virtualised and managed. They cannot be effectively protected, however, if you choose the wrong tools. To ensure business continuity (BC) and effective disaster recovery (DR), it is crucial to understand each solution and select the right one.