The Digital Transformation Agency's new Secure Cloud Strategy will serve as a starting point for agencies' own customised cloud strategies.
A solution based on Microsoft Azure and Office 365 will replace the existing whole-of-government file sharing and collaboration platform.
The New Zealand Ministry of Education has selected Unisys to develop its cloud-based education resourcing management system (ERS).
TechnologyOne has secured a $7m contract to provide its SaaS suite as a shared services hub for the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science and its sub agencies.
VicRoads and Unisys will work together to create a hybrid cloud-based digital workspace for VicRoad's 3500-strong workforce.
The Shire of Kellerberrin in Western Australia is using the Whispir cloud communications platform to better engage its constituents and contractors.
Palmerston North City Council is working with Nutanix to minimise its outage risk and develop a hybrid cloud strategy.
Cloud computing will provide the foundation for the ACT government's digital strategy, with the territory using Microsoft Azure and other services to slash costs and streamline operations.
Microsoft has teamed up with Canberra Data Centres to launch two new hyperscale cloud regions in the city for use by the government.
The Digital Transformation Agency wants to encourage adoption of secure and reliable cloud services among government departments.
The UK's Digital Marketplace is revamping its G-Cloud procurement framework to help make it easier match government buyers of cloud services with suitable sellers.
Enterprise cloud solutions are enabling councils to boost their employees' ability to effectively do their jobs and service their communities.
The Department of Defence has enlisted Accenture to help with the delivery of a new cloud-based NATO supply codification system.
A pan-government agreement has been arranged between the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE).