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A new partnership between CSIRO's Data61 and Health Team Australia (HTA) will provide a telehealth service for those living in rural and remote areas.
Fujitsu Australia will provide a range of services to TAFE Queensland under a $60m ICT support contract.
Third-party Oracle and SAP support services company Rimini Street has expanded its workforce in the A/NZ region by 52% and opened a new office in Melbourne.
A close partnership with its provider is helping one school meet its long-term strategic objectives through projects such as an improved wireless network and device rollout program.
CSC will merge three of its recently acquired operating customers, including Australia's UXC Keystone, to create a global ServiceNow practice with more than 1200 customers.
Deakin University will deploy AppSense Environment Manager to improve its network logon experience, as well as significantly reduce profile corruption and reliance on group policy.
IT industry body CompTIA is offering a proforma managed service provider agreement for Australian premium members as part of a rollout of free legal resources.
Brisbane Airport Corporation has extended its managed technology infrastructure service contract with Data#3 through to June 2018.
Outsourcing many of its IT functions to a managed provider has proved a profitable move for Queensland's largest standalone kitchen retailer.
In the biggest acquisition in Canon Oceania history, Canon Australia has bought Converga, the New Zealand Post Group's managed services and business process outsourcing company.
Support services providers are adding new service offerings to their portfolios at a blistering pace. But too often the target market for these services is restricted to companies that can afford them.
The rapid rollout of fibre across Australia has significantly reduced internet access costs – by up to 80% in three years – but many businesses are still paying too much for wide area network (WAN) services.
There are five questions that government departments need to ask themselves before they head into the as-a-service supermarket.