Users can now easily navigate, search, browse, and access digitised files of Australia's history online.
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But it's not the only project the force's IT team will be working on.
Defence wants to shift its IT capabilities so that it's less infrastructure-led and more agile.
It opens up the ability for the company's data science team to use machine learning and advanced analytics.
The shift from on-premise to cloud is also expected to underpin the retailer's international expansion plans.
The upgrade will mean the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal can continue to hear planning and other matters digitally during the coronavirus pandemic.
The company has ripped and replaced eight core legacy systems with a single cloud platform.
The final report of the review into the public service has been submitted to the Australian government.
The company wanted to take back control of its technology environment from a high reliance on third-party providers.
There are plans to replace the organisation's Oracle-dominated legacy IT system.