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Local governments need to act to protect privacy of citizens
"We are seeing a real-world effect of technology creep on our privacy rights in Australian cities through the rapid expansion of surveillance technology in public spaces."
Macquarie named NSW Government telecoms supplier
"Much like in the corporate world, we have witnessed a considerable shift in the requirements of state government departments over the last two years."
Australians unaware of govt's digital services
New tools that leverage AI and other innovative technologies have potential to future-proof the provision of online services in Australia."
ICT peak body’s policy focus pre-budget
The AIIA highlights the need to boost Digital Skills, Innovation and Government ICT Procurement in Pre-Budget Submission.
Secure Logic calls on Federal Govt to introduce IoT regulation
“The vast majority of people are not aware of the significant risks posed by unsecured IoT devices.”
Tasmanian elector data breached via forms on Electoral Commission site
Typeform online forms have been used on the TEC website since 2015 for some of its election services.
TechnologyOne wins $7 million federal contract for SaaS deployment
The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science (DIIS) is the second shared service hub to partner with TechnologyOne.
Macquarie Government gets ‘Protected’ cloud accreditation
It's currently the highest security level certification for cloud services approved by the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD).
Australian Department of Treasury signs off on Expense8 SaaS implementation
The Australian Department of Treasury is the latest to adopt the Expense8 SaaS platform that is steadily being implemented in many departments.
Kiwi company acquires $392M stake in Canberra Data Centres
“The acquisition of CDC provides Infratil with a meaningful exposure to the emerging data and related telecommunications infrastructure sector."
DB Results to boost ACT Revenue Office IT infrastructure
A $30 million investment will boost tax and concession services after Australian company DB Results won the contract to work with ACT Revenue Office.