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Aussie Govt should make better use of survey data
The Government could do well to make better use of survey data from the public in order to gain a better understanding of people’s needs and wants.
NEC to set up $4.38 million cyber security centre in Adelaide
“Cyber attacks against enterprise and Government IT systems can cost millions of dollars to recover from."
Are Australian Govt websites up to scratch?
“The fact that such a small percentage of Government websites have reached an acceptable score is disappointing."
Your invite: National forum on the Future of Public Sector Digitisation
A national conference to be held in Sydney this July will provide insightful case studies around digitisation and converting to e-service delivery.
CGI nabs Queensland government contract worth $58m
“We are confident that the Queensland Government will quickly see the benefits of implementing CGI's solution."
It's about time Australian businesses invested in cyber security
"Finding ways to maintain proper security as the diversity of technologies continues to grow rapidly is becoming an increasing challenge."
Avaya focuses on Govt with new appointment
"Avaya’s comms and collaboration services focus on enabling this type of digital transformation, which was a key driver in my decision to return."
WA Govt teams with Readify for emergency room app
"Innovation doesn’t have to mean expensive, long term, big bang projects.”
Should the Government regulate cybersecurity?
Trying to codify cybersecurity regulations can be a lot like trying to paint a racecar as it zips around the track.
UXC: Australia’s Cyber Security Strategy a great leap forward
Australia’s new Cyber Security Strategy for Australia will help solve problems that plague the cyber security industry and promote "cultural change".
Aussie company takes home four awards for 'inspiring ICT innovation'
Ajilon, the systems integrator, and key client Landgate have been shortlisted in four categories at the WAITTA INCITE Awards.
AU Govt Cyber Security Strategy: More insider insights
We published a story last week to share some authoritative opinions from the industry about the Govt strategy - here’s some more expert commentary.
Ask the experts: Unwrapping the Forrest Gump budget
"Budget 2016/17 is best described as the Forrest Gump Budget. And when the box was unwrapped, the Federal Government definitely did not disappoint."
Is Big Brother watching? How metadata can affect you
It's been 5 months since the introduction of Australia's metadata laws came into effect, and the general public's understanding remains vague at best.
Aussie Govt makes sought after datasets available for free
“The G-NAF is one of the most requested ubiquitous, high-value datasets that can be made openly available to the economy.”
The lowdown on Aussie Govt's Cyber Security Strategy
Malcom Turnbull recently announced Australia’s Cyber Security Strategy for the future - here are some insights from professionals in the industry.
Aussie Government urges business to take action against cyber threats
"From the smallest companies to the largest conglomerates, organisations around the world are attacked every second of every day."
Blue Coat endorses Aussie Govt cyber security strategy
“Whatever the outcomes of the strategy, it is positive that the government is taking the cyber threat to Australia seriously."
Avaya inks Aussie Treasury deal
"The Treasury is moving from an inconsistent, multi-vendor experience to a simple and dynamic network architecture."
AU Government launches new Agenda to foster innovation
The Australian Government has announced its intent to help support and develop local businesses with The National Innovation and Science Agenda.
Digital marketplace opens up access to government ICT spend
Government tees up digital marketplace to enable more ICT suppliers to nab some of the $5b annual government ICT spend and a cyber security centre.
Aussie Govt looks to make video content more accessible
Viocorp, the cloud based video platform provider based in Australia, is working with the government to make web content more accessible.
Australia finally has a PM who 'gets IT'
“Having someone with an understanding of technology at the highest position in government cannot be underestimated."
Aussie government's digital transformation deadline looms
Adoption of the government's new Digital Service Standard amounts to a major IT transformation that should be planned for, not rushed.