The Australian Data and Digital Council (ADDC) returned on Friday 29 May for its third teleconference under the revised four-weekly meeting schedule to tackle the ICT implications of COVID-19 response and recovery.
Of all the 2019 public sector digital transformation trends, none were more profound than the pivot towards greater collaboration and coordination between governments.
COVID-19 is creating unprecedented social and economic disruption and generating anxiety for many about their future job and income security. It is also giving rise to questions about the likely impacts on government use and purchase of technology.
As COVID-19 rapidly reshapes the world, new functionality is quickly being established by the Federal Government to ensure consistent communication and coordination of efforts across agencies and jurisdictions, and with private and non-government organisations.
The discovery of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and subsequent national and international political responses arising from the outbreak originating in the city of Wuhan in mainland China is shaping up to be one of the biggest worldwide news stories of 2020.
The Federal government has joined New South Wales as one of two jurisdictions Intermedium considers “digital government ready” in its 2020 digital readiness report, with Victoria
In the event of a disaster, governments have two responsibilities: management of the logistical support, directing of resources and evacuations; and planning put in place before the event to ensure the continuity and recovery of infrastructure, communications and associated technologies
ServiceNow continues to grow at 35 per cent year on year, the 2000 attendees at its Now at Work Summit in Sydney on 16 November were told. Add into the mix the recent senior leadership announcement that SAP CEO Bill McDermott would shortly be taking the reins
With Chuck Robbins' ascendency to the Cisco crown in 2015, networking’s grande dame has made a wholesale evolution in its market engagement with the $51bn vendor forging a path from an hardware provider into a customer-driven managed software and services enabler.
Hiring the likes of Maria Martinez (from Salesforce to create a customer-centric capability), Gerri Elliot (as Chief Sales and Marketing Officer), Oliver Tuszik (previously CEO of a major Cisco partner...