Powerlink sparks major modernisation with transition to Cloud

Supporting the business as it transitions to the new world . Powerlink is a leading Australian provider of high voltage electricity transmission services that ultimately power 5 million Queenslanders. It also operates in a sector undergoing a deep reformation. Australia is experiencing the fastest energy market transformation in the world,…

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Republic of Maldives builds resilience

Embraces technology from for cross-government agency collaboration. The Government of Maldives will look towards technology to help it become more efficient and be better positioned to deliver on their mission service to their citizens. The Republic of Maldives’ vision for technology is to use it to facilitate progress and convenience…

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Queensland Treasury Corporation overhauls data and cloud

Striving for operational excellence and mitigating risk by eliminating inefficiencies. As the central financing authority for the Queensland Government, QTC provides financial resources and services for the State. In the last financial year, it delivered A$300 million worth of returns for Government stakeholders and achieved a record A$20.5 billion issuance…

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BHP forges strategic cloud partnership with Microsoft

Transforms global applications portfolio with Azure. Australian resource giant BHP has signed a multi-year strategic partnership with Microsoft to deploy Microsoft Azure as BHP’s preferred cloud for its global applications portfolio. The partnership will build on BHP’s existing Microsoft Cloud foundations with Office 365, Dynamics 365 and Azure, and will…

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NSW Police steals a march on criminal activity

Using cloud and cognitive capabilities. Australia’s NSW Police Force pulls in about a terabyte’s worth of computer vision each and every day to support investigations – including from CCTV, from body worn cameras, laptops, mobile devices to dashcams. Add into that mix recordings from interviews, information from triple zero calls,…

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APAC public sector cyber security executive council launched

  The council consists of policy makers and influencers from Brunei, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. A council of policy makers and influencers from Brunei, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand, supported by cybersecurity professionals, the council aims to accelerate public-private partnerships in cybersecurity, share threat intelligence…

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