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VicRoads restructures IT team
Sheds staff to align with industry benchmarks.
Mar 4 2013 1:07PM
NSW fire service addresses web traffic issues
Sweltering conditions spark unexpected demand.
Jan 10 2013 7:00AM
Moreland City Council strikes private cloud deal
Replaces five-year Optus contract with multi-million dollar deal.
Dec 12 2012 1:46PM
Vic Govt calls for eServices feedback
Industry reserves judgement on 'inclusive' model.
Aug 15 2012 1:30PM
Industry backs plans to scrap Vic eServices Panel
State Government to launch less restrictive supplier scheme.
Jun 12 2012 12:25PM
Revealed: 2012 e-government award winners
Government highlights projects, professionals of the year.
May 24 2012 7:00AM
Victoria pilots standing workstations
Sets sights on 'prolonged sitting'.
Apr 26 2012 7:00AM
Victorian IT projects cost twice their budgets
Ombudsman slams government project management.
Nov 23 2011 4:38PM
Victoria launches $85m bid for IT industry
Promises new jobs and 'plug and play' links with Silicon Valley.
Nov 11 2011 4:51PM
States to establish Sydney, Melbourne web domains
Registry operator sought for new top-level domains.
Oct 21 2011 1:28PM
Integration issues halt Vic Police's LINK project
Five-year-old project needs $100m extra funding.
Apr 20 2011 1:18PM
Vic schools get 24/7 ‘Ultranet’
Platform for students, teachers and parents ‘up and running’.
Sep 8 2010 1:10PM
States roast Abbott over broadband policy
NSW, Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania aim up with trash talk.
Aug 11 2010 12:26PM
Vic Government to develop new ICT plan
Launches blog, invites discussion.
May 18 2010 9:15AM
New "Bell Lab" for green networks in VIC
Launch of $10m research centre.
Apr 29 2010 5:22PM
Not in Australia, the innovative technologies you won't find here: paying with RFID
Paying for our goods with RFID technology might seem risky, but in some countries it's already commonplace. Can RFID payments be more than just an e-toll solution in Australia?
Mar 18 2010 5:35PM
Victoria releases public sector data
$100,000 app development competition launched.
Mar 2 2010 4:22PM
Optus in VIC TAFE IP telephony rollout
Optus won a contract to rollout IP telephony infrastructure at nine Victorian TAFE institutions.
Aug 21 2006 2:32PM
Victorian ICT 'global vision' launched
The Victorian ICT Industry Plan 2005–2010 has been launched, designed to encourage growth in the sector.
Dec 14 2005 3:45PM
Infosys exec starts Vic information manager
Infosys Australia founder and second-in-charge Ananda Rao has started a Melbourne company targeting global opportunities for information management and solutions.
Oct 24 2005 5:21PM
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