Cloud

NZ public sector moves to the cloud

02 February, 2017

A pan-government agreement has been arranged between the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE).


ACT Health adopts Ex Libris library tech

09 December, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

ACT Health is replacing its integrated library system with a unified cloud-based resource management system based on Ex Libris platforms.


Level35 using Watson to revamp project management

05 December, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Melbourne's Level35 is using IBM's Watson cognitive computing capabilities to evaluate the sentiment of government department projects by analysing the tone of project manager reports.


Configuring the cloud for best results

14 November, 2016 by Luke Mackinnon, CTO, Vocus Communications | Supplied by: Vocus Group

Understanding the essential characteristics of cloud-based solutions and security requirements is critical for making informed decisions on appropriate platforms.


SMS to replace ACT's school admin system

14 September, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

SMS Management & Technology has won a six-year, $8.7 million contract to provide an integrated school administration system for the ACT Education Directorate.


TechnologyOne increases federal government footprint

12 September, 2016

TechnologyOne has signed a $6.2 million deal with the federal Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR).


Frankston City Council taps Promapp for BPM

06 September, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Frankston City Council aims to standardise and improve its business process management capabilities by adopting a cloud-based suite from Promapp.


TAFE Qld signs TechnologyOne

25 August, 2016 by Jonathan Nally

TAFE Queensland has signed a roughly $40 million, 10-year deal with TechnologyOne for its OneEducation enterprise SaaS student management solution.


UCaaS vendor collab9 gets US FedRAMP authorisation

19 August, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

US-based collab9 has become the first UCaaS provider to secure FedRAMP authorisation from the US federal government for its portfolio of services.


The Primary Health Network that cloud built

18 August, 2016 | Supplied by: Microsoft Pty Ltd

Rapid adoption of services such as Office 365, Skype for Businesses, Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online and NAV helped Murray Primary Health Network meet its tight deadlines.


Early adopters find transformation fosters innovation

16 August, 2016 by David Braue

Early government cloud adopters are finding that the process of digital transformation is fostering innovation and cultural change.


Cloud computing for law enforcement

05 August, 2016 by Matt Ilijic, Policing and Public Safety Lead, Accenture Australia | Supplied by: Accenture Australia Ltd

Law enforcement agencies should embrace the opportunities cloud computing poses, as data management is key to fighting crime in the digital age.


Overcoming the hybrid/public cloud compromise

03 August, 2016 by Carlo Nizeti, Senior Manager, Systems Engineering, Nutanix ANZ | Supplied by: Nutanix

Enterprise cloud platforms are designed to deliver the level of control needed to respond to challenges at the user's chosen rate.


US politicians introduce IT modernisation Bill

18 July, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

A new Bill introduced by a bipartisan group of US congressmen and senators aims to cut back wasteful spending on legacy IT systems by government agencies through accelerating cloud adoption.


Salesforce joins ASD's Certified Cloud List

14 June, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The ASD has added Salesforce to the Certified Cloud Services List of approved providers, while Finance has launched a refresh of the Government Cloud Services Panel.


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