TransGrid, the operator of NSW's $3.7 billion high voltage transmission network, is planning a major data warehouse redevelopment.
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Queensland Department of Public Works shared services provider CorpTech is looking for a managed secure file transfer server as its current setup is out of date.
Coal and freight business QR National is moving from hosted internet functions to managed services following its separation from Queensland Rail.
Queensland’s Toowoomba Regional Council is implementing a new call centre offering in a bid to boost service levels for the 157,000 residents living in the area.
The Australian Crime Commission's (ACC) decision to overhaul its voice and networking infrastructure has led to cost savings for the commission.
Investment in the technology behind smart grid management is vital to ensuring the nation-wide move doesn't fail, according to one academic.
IT services provider PicNet has signed a deal with the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) to supply its Mouse Eye Tracking web analytics software.
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is replacing its Aviation Industry Regulatory System (AIRS) IT system with off-the-shelf software to save costs.
Rail network operator Queensland Rail has made the decision to move from hosted internet functions to managed services in a bid to save money.
More cooperation is needed between government and industry on critical infrastructure protection (CPI), according to analysts.
Faced with an aging server room and a directive to cut power costs, Melbourne’s TAFE Box Hill Institute IT manager, Chris Tayler, decided to look for a new solution.
New Zealand electronics payment firm SmartPay (NZX:SPY) is contemplating a bid to list on the Australian Stock Exchange.
Moving its service desk to the cloud has been a breeze so far for Perth based Wood Group Information Solutions (WGIS), the external IT service provider of energy services company, John Wood Group.
Mumbai-based IT services company Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has been awarded a five year infrastructure management services contract with Australia’s largest gas and electricity retailer, AGL Energy.
Using speech recognition has helped independent car service and tyre retailer Kmart Tyre & Auto Service (KTAS) to pinpoint how effective its marketing spend.
The retailer started using the technology and its online analytical tools a year ago.