The Northern Territory is set to kickstart its ‘budget battle’ by renewing its Whole-of-Government ICT Specialist Services panel, with a focus on the consolidation of infrastructure, new provisions for agile and user experience roles
Sector: Local Government
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...
Cloud services will be consolidated into a single South Australian panel, according to a tender released on 4 November 2019, with the South Australian Government looking to reap savings afforded by adopting scalable public sector cloud solutions
Tech inertia has caused serious headaches for Tasmania in recent years but it appears that this is now finally being addressed.
With digital skills shortages and moves in some government jurisdictions to reduce the number of external consultants used in the public sector, governments are increasingly establishing in-house
The Federal Government’s approach to procuring cloud services is to get a workover, with the Digital Transformation Agency announcing a new Cloud Marketplace to replace its current four-year-old cloud panel set to expire in March 2020.
The exponential growth in data generation and storage, increasingly abetted by global cloud hyperscalers, has led to the production of consolidated mountains of valuable evidence for law enforcement investigating cyber and real-life crimes.
Search behemoth Google has Australia firmly in its sights for its Google Cloud Platform (GPC) and is taking substantial steps in
Consolidation of the vast and often confusing web of information and communication technology panels is a key trend of Federal Government procurement reform.
Three priorities will guide Tasmania’s first ICT strategy in eight years, a draft consultation paper has revealed.