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  Tuesday April 24, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good afternoon,

The Australian Tax Office has set a June 2013 deadline for its migration of 22,000 staff to Windows 7, more than two years after planning for the project began. The agency also plans to roll out an internal app store highlighting applications developed by its own staff.

And union delegates have pointed to IT upgrade deferrals as one of their major fears as we come up to budget time. Will government agencies delay much-needed equipment upgrades?

-- John Hilvert

LATEST GOVERNMENT IT ARTICLES

ATO plans Christmas rollout for Windows 7 ATO plans Christmas rollout for Windows 7
By John Hilvert | Apr 24, 2012
Two years in the planning.
Govt workers fear budget cuts to IT Govt workers fear budget cuts to IT
By John Hilvert | Apr 23, 2012
Union survey reveals under-performing IT systems.
Agencies turn backs on some procurement panels Agencies turn backs on some procurement panels
By John Hilvert | Apr 24, 2012
Little uptake of data centre, print services panels.
Health to kill 'over-reliance' on Excel Health to kill 'over-reliance' on Excel
By John Hilvert | Apr 19, 2012
Hunts integrated budget system.
Government shared services could fall to cloud Government shared services could fall to cloud
By Liz Tay , John Hilvert | Apr 23, 2012
Gartner finds 'marked increase' in cloud adoption plans.
Former hackers protect NSW's critical infrastructure Former hackers protect NSW's critical infrastructure
By Darren Pauli | Apr 23, 2012
State government contractor turns black hats white.
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