As Australia faces period of infrastructure uncertainty, SaaS is poised to help

Australia needs to take a more robust approach to infrastructure planning. Software as a Service is proven to save billions of dollars, which could be reinvested to fund new critical infrastructure programs.

State and Federal governments to unlock $62B ‘digital dividend’ by embracing software as a service (SaaS): research

Australia’s Federal and State government sector could unlock an $62 billion ‘digital dividend’ by replacing old technology with cloud-based Software as a Service systems (SaaS), according to a landmark economic analysis from IBRS and Insight Economics. That figure, equivalent to almost an entire year’s worth of Goods & Services Tax revenue*, is the expert economists’ […]

Keeping your data safe: The importance of cybersecurity

In recent years, cybersecurity has gone from being a specialised field of IT operations to a major preoccupation of senior executives in all kinds of organisations.

Don’t wait for a crisis to implement change

Don’t wait for a crisis – say rural and regional councils who’ve experienced them.

Brisbane City Council and TechnologyOne resolve dispute

it just might be the shortest press release in the history of Australian local government: “TechnologyOne and Brisbane City Council  have resolved their dispute over the Council’s LGS Program. In good faith, both parties have now resolved their differences on a without fault basis. The terms of the settlement are confidential. There is no impact […]


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