The Northern Territory Police has begun to fit out its vehicles in Darwin, Katherine and Alice Springs with number-plate recognition technology.
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Despite recent interest from parliament to progress the passing of data breach notification legislation, changes in government and Cabinet have meant that the issue has fallen by the wayside once again.
NSW's CIO will be replaced by the end of the month, due to a reshuffle in the state's senior public service roles.
IT contractors are necessary for work that simply can't be done in-house, but they also represent a significant risk that must be more carefully managed.
In a bid to 'repair the Budget', the federal government has redirected funding from research projects in what it calls 'good news for Australia'.
The providers for the first two trials to demonstrate that NSW can move to cloud-based services have now been picked.
A strategy is no good without firm actions, and the Queensland government has now provided 78 of them to steer it toward its goal of reforming its IT stance.
After a report forced Western Australian agencies to dump Oracle's shared services implementation in 2011, TechnologyOne has been able to move 21 agencies to its own platform.
The country's president wants to create email that is free from prying eyes.
Cloud and industry collaboration are still the key issues behind the strategy.