The new system has a focus on mobile applications and Police want a backup proposal in case they decide not to go to the cloud.
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Transport officers may soon use NFC-enabled Android devices to determine whether Opal users are skipping their fares.
Not content to circumvent Cabcharge's payment with apps, ingogo is now rolling its own hardware out to taxi drivers as an alternative to the incumbent's systems.
QR codes may be overlooked by some as a misunderstood technology, but one Australian state's debt recovery office is looking at including them on penalty notices.
The Old Fitzroy is using a new way of paying for beers that is completely digital.
After recently forcing its former CIO into another government role, the Queensland government is looking for a new CIO.
Western Australia's IT budget is nothing flash, but departments can rest assured knowing their systems won't rot away, with the state spending big on routine maintenance.
The Australian government is spending another AU$8 million to reintroduce eHealth records features that had been left off the original specification in 2011.
After three years of using a propitiatory format for its Standard Business Reporting initiative, the Australian Taxation Office is moving to an open standard.
Sydney commuters will be able to use the Opal cards on certain train routes as Transport for NSW begins expanding the trial of its contactless system to its rail services.