Conroy launches National Cloud Strategy

By Julian Bajkowski Communications Minister Senator Stephen Conroy has used his annual speech to the CeBIT conference to launch the federal government’s National Cloud Computing Strategy ahead of a looming election campaign where broadband enabled technologies are set to be a key battleground. The wide-ranging tome sets out a raft of policy actions that Senator […]

Councils going direct with apps

By Julian Bajkowski and Paul Hemsley Australian local governments are poised to rapidly become public sector front-runners in using innovative smartphone applications and the web to directly engage their communities in consultative processes on issues ranging from social policy to development applications. Over the weekend, the City of Sydney revealed plans to build apps that […]

CeBIT platforms NSW tech projects

By Paul Hemsley Deputy NSW Premier, Andrew Stoner gave a talk at the CeBIT 2012 opening ceremony at the Sydney Opera House outlining the state government’s approach to dealing with business and industry, as well as announcing seven projects. Mr Stoner said these projects range from digital services to improve the 21st century experience at […]

NSW well positioned for tech opportunities

By Paul Hemsley New South Wales Minister for Finance and Services Greg Pearce gave a talk at CeBIT 2012 in Sydney outlining the NSW Government’s ICT Strategy 2012 for the event delegates, describing NSW as the ‘network state’.   “NSW Government is committed to delivering better services to the citizens of NSW and we see […]


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