The UK's Digital Marketplace is revamping its G-Cloud procurement framework to help make it easier match government buyers of cloud services with suitable sellers.
The City of Yarra Council has embarked on a journey to become a 'cloud first' enterprise, and its implementation is already paying dividends.
Enterprise cloud solutions are enabling councils to boost their employees' ability to effectively do their jobs and service their communities.
The Department of Defence has enlisted Accenture to help with the delivery of a new cloud-based NATO supply codification system.
A pan-government agreement has been arranged between the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE).
A new smartphone app has been deployed that enables SA residents to more easily report littering.
ACT Health is replacing its integrated library system with a unified cloud-based resource management system based on Ex Libris platforms.
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.
Understanding the essential characteristics of cloud-based solutions and security requirements is critical for making informed decisions on appropriate platforms.
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 has signed a $6.2 million deal with the federal Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR).
Frankston City Council aims to standardise and improve its business process management capabilities by adopting a cloud-based suite from Promapp.
TAFE Queensland has signed a roughly $40 million, 10-year deal with TechnologyOne for its OneEducation enterprise SaaS student management solution.
US-based collab9 has become the first UCaaS provider to secure FedRAMP authorisation from the US federal government for its portfolio of services.
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.