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Potential Holiday Act revamp will ‘remove key business pain point’
MYOB says “businesses have been tearing their hair out trying to comply with the Holidays Act' and so any changes will be appreciated.
Govt cloud service provider Vault opts with Mellanox and Cumulus
Vault Systems has chosen to work with Mellanox and Cumulus Networks in providing a cloud service fit for a government.
THAT’S A WRAP: the highlights from the 2018 CeBIT Australia exhibition
Here's what went down at APACs largest B2B technology exhibition and conference.
Ministry of Social Development: Is it right to use data just because there's access to it?
“Data and analytics has a valuable role to play in designing and delivering services that work for people."
Government closes GST loophole for offshore companies
“Small businesses such as bookshops have convincingly argued they are penalised by a system which is badly out of date.”
Damning report finds despite WannaCry attack, NHS still not patching
A government report has emerged that reveals despite the 'major' ransomware attack a year ago, the UK's NHS STILL has not learned its lesson.
Singapore & UK Governments commit to building cybersecurity capacity for Commonwealth
Singapore and the United Kingdom have taken their commitment to cybersecurity cooperation and teamwork to a new level this week.
YOU’RE INVITED: CeBIT 2018 - Sydney
As the largest and longest-running B2B conference in the APAC region, CeBIT is certainly not an event to be missed.
UKCloud invests in UK’s first high assurance cloud platform
UKCloud has announced significant progress in designing and building the first high assurance cloud platform for the UK's government systems.
Unisys says 49% of Australian citizens prefer online channels for government engagement
The study also found high support for a single mobile app to access multiple government services.
New cybersecurity export strategy from UK govt to bolster global defences
The UK government today announced the launch of a new strategy to support the export of the nation’s cybersecurity technologies.
Taiwan Cabinet to invest NT$11 billion for cybersecurity industry development
The Executive Wan’s Department of Cyber Security is developing an action plan for the industry’s development, which includes cybersecurity management.
TechOne inks 8 year SaaS contract extension with Noosa Shire Council
The company has been delivering the council’s corporate systems through Amazon Web Services since late 2013.
Unisys to build on Dept of Home Affairs' biometric tech to track travellers
Department of Home Affairs has accepted Unisys’ bid to supply biosecurity tech to track travellers moving in and out of Australia’s borders.
Cirrus Networks snatches up $1.6 million Austrade contract
The contract was won through the company's newly acquired subsidiary Correct Communications.
Exclusive Interview: The City of Newcastle on smart city investment
Deputy Lord Mayor of Newcastle Declan Clausen talks about how the city is investing in smart city technology.
Dimension Data doubles down on government with new appointment
Dimension Data has appointed a Government national sales manager to build on its role as a supplier to Government.
Cyber warfare market to be worth $120b by 2025 as national security concerns intensify
Asia Pacific will be the fastest-growing region for cyber warfare products as concerns for national security rise.
NBN achieve double revenue figures according to half-year financial report
As at 31 December 2017, NBN declared that 6.1 million premises are ‘ready to connect’ and a total of 7.1 million premises are ‘ready for service’.
Huawei announces £3bn commitment to UK after meeting with prime minister
After procuring more than £2bn into the UK between 2013-2017, Huawei has committed to £3bn more over the next five years.
Microsoft preparing displaced Aussies for future in tech
Microsoft has partnered with the government to provide digital skills to workers whose roles were displaced by automotive manufacturing plant closure.
AU woman fakes CV to get $245k CIO salary, but gets sacked instead
The IT skills shortage in Australia is bad enough without having to factor in fraud - an expert has advice for both employers and potential recruits.
TrueNet will end broadband testing after losing ComCom bid
The Commerce Commission has stated that they are “now in contract negotiations with a preferred provider”, rumoured to be an overseas company.
Gen2 added to TaaS panel as managed security provider
New Zealand owned and operated Gen2 has been appointed as a provider of managed security services for the NZ Government’s TaaS panel.