Panel Discussion: “Rethinking The Way Government Works With Companies - What Opportunities Are Out There For The Tech Community To Solve Problems For Government?
Starting today, developers can choose to run applications and store data in Australia using the new Google Cloud Platform (GCP) region in Sydney.
Google are 30-60% cheaper than their competitors for standard workloads. That’s a pretty big call so let’s break down what that actually means.
The Made in Brisbane segment visits IT Consultancy, Axalon. One of their main specialties is Cloud. To find out more about Axalon and their work, Peter Gooch caught up with the organisation's co-founder, Tracey Kay.
People of all ages can check out the Brisbane River’s water quality on the Queensland Government and Axalon display on 25 and 26 March at Street Science! a part of the World Science Festival Brisbane. We’re monitoring water quality by adding sensors to a buoy in the river and connecting it to a voice-activated system so citizen scientists can ask questions about the water in our capital city.
The Australian Government’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO), John Sheridan, revealed the new list of Cloud panel inductees on 16 February 2017. The panel enables federal, state and local customers to purchase specialist cloud services from qualified providers.
Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy and Minister for Small Business Leeanne Enoch said as part of the Advance Queensland Testing Within Government (TWiG) program the four companies would work with the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation (DSITI) to develop and test ICT solutions to business problems identified by the public sector agency.
The adoption of Hypercat at such an early stage in Australia’s smart city and suburb journey sets the foundation for true data interoperability and citizen-centric services. Using the Hypercat application programming interface (API) will enable government and service providers to share data in real-time as they progress IoT initiatives.