The nation’s primary law enforcement agency has taken the first step to break free from a reliance on the private cloud in favour of hybrid cloud services.
The new NSW Government Cloud Strategy directs “[g]overnment clusters and agencies” to use the public cloud to meet requirements going forward.
Communities Tasmania is slated to spend $4 million to migrate the business applications of its Children, Youth and Family Services (CYF) division to the cloud.
The expiration date on the ASD’s Certified Cloud Services List (CCSL) has been extended to 27 July 2020 from
Search behemoth Google has Australia firmly in its sights for its Google Cloud Platform (GPC) and is taking substantial steps in
Adopting cloud-based solutions to improve citizen and employee experiences, and tools to enable better information sharing and collaboration
Queensland is seeking suppliers to join a new pre-qualified IT Management-as-a-Service (ITMaas) panel that will be closed throughout its three-year duration, an approach that is in contrast to other jurisdictions who are moving towards more flexible procurement arrangements
With an updated Whole-of-Government (WofG) ICT Strategy due within the year, South Australia’s new Executive Director for ICT and Digital Government Dr Eva Balan-Vnuk has spoken to Intermedium about some of the state’s digital priorities
Queensland Rail (QR) is the latest transport agency attempting to simplify and streamline its complex ICT environment, with major ICT reforms and upgrade programs occurring in other parts of the Australian transport sector
The Australian Capital Territory Government’s 2018-19 budget continues last year’s commitment to funding critical ICT infrastructure, with $26.7 million for new ICT projects as part of 2018-19's new infrastructure and capital initiatives