E-learning taking off in government

By Lilia Guan   Consulting service ILX Group  has secured staff training contracts with several Federal government departments.    These include the Australian Electoral Commission, Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Department of Immigration and Citizenship, AusAid and Australian Bureau of Statistics.   ILX group country manager for Australia and New Zealand Michelle Phillips […]

Victoria floods $19.3m into warning systems

By Paul Hemsley   Water minister Peter Walsh said the $12.1 million Floodzoom tool will be built to improve communications to communities that are situated in areas that flood.   “It will give emergency services a more accurate prediction of flood behaviour and help individual land holders assess their own flood risk,” the minister said. […]

Opinion: Managing information 2.0

By Phil Vasic regional director, Clearswift.   In the web world today, councils and agencies are facing a bewildering challenge, on one hand, there’s the intensely fast move towards transparency, efficiency and collaboration and on the other lurk significant challenges such a data breaches, productivity and fraud.   There’s simply no merit in a black […]

Christchurch City Council back online

After two days of being down, Christchurch City Council’s website has been brought back online.   The Council’s site was shut down following the earthquake that hit the New Zealand city on February 22.   For the past 48 hours Christchurch City’s website was redirected to the Canterbury Earthquake site, which was reactivated by Environment Canterbury Regional […]

DAFF tracks online users

By Lilia Guan   The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) wants to better understand the behaviours of visitors to its Internet site.   DAFF has purchased PicNet's Mouse Eye Tracking software with a 24 month support package and is using the hosted version of the analytics service to better understand the behaviour of […]


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