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The Victorian government has appointed Grantly Mailes chairman and sole director of the CenITex board as the agency transitions from an internal ICT provider to a broker of services.
The Victorian government has requested ICT services from the private sector to replace its internal provider CenITex.
CenITex, the Victorian government’s troubled ICT shared services agency, appears to be planning to shift from a provider to a broker of ICT services.
The Victorian Government’s shared services IT agency, CenITex has opted for global software provider, BMC for its operations monitoring and management platform.
Dimension Data and storage vendor NetApp have won a deal to provide storage, backup and recovery services to Victorian IT shared services agency CenITex, in what is being described as a private cloud computing deal.
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