Representatives of Ipswich City Council and local innovation hub Fire Station 101 will participate in the Advance Queensland Myriad Festival 2018 in May.
International participants met in Canberra this week to discuss the best use of digital technology in modern health care.
The ATO is this year embarking on a program to improve the resilience, performance and stability of its IT systems, with a focus on improving the client-facing user experience.
The new guide will help consultants better understand the foundations and principles of smart cities.
Website translations in 40 languages make it easier for foreign workers and international students to learn their workplace rights.
Sunquest will provide a state-wide pathology laboratory information system, and PowerHealth all the billing capabilities for the platform.
The Western Australia Government has launched a redeveloped whole-of-government website, WA.gov.au.
Increased public calls for transparency mean public sector CIOs should strongly consider open source applications.
Canberra's innovation agenda highlights the need for a smart cities strategy, says the Australian Smart Communities Association.
The US Department of Veterans Affairs wasted US$1.7bn over two decades on three failed attempts to modernise its electronic health records system.
The Australian Smart Communities Conference will bring the public and private sectors together to discuss solutions for the modern city.
5D data model will combine a 3D above and below ground map with the additional dimensions of date and time.
Ways to embrace advancing technologies will be among the topics at the Indonesia-Australia Digital Forum in Jakarta this week.
More than one million hits have been recorded on Perth's FuelWatch website this month.
A survey of CIOs in 98 countries shows digital transformation to be their top priority, with cloud services their top investment focus for 2018.