Resources, data key to delivering parks

Partnering with universities could help local government meet the challenge of providing urban green space into the future, says researcher.

Global smart cities body targets Australia

An international collaboration of global technology companies, advisors and planners is moving to support governments in Australia in the development and roll out of smart city initiatives.

Lucky country, smart city – Opinion

Australia has long held a reputation for being the ‘Lucky Country’. That has largely been the case over the past 25 years. Our economy has the averted the financial crises that have plagued the USA and Europe. Most industries, with relatively high amounts of low-cost capital at their disposal, have grown steadily. But has this […]

Local governments dive onto Windows 8.1 volume discounts

By Paul Hemsley and Julian Bajkowski Microsoft may not be shouting it from the rooftops, however its latest operating system release, Windows 8.1, looks like it will increasingly be heavily discounted for local governments in New South Wales under Volume Software Pricing arrangements more commonly used by state and federal governments. As the mega vendor […]

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