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DTA grilled over Education’s AU$20m NEC ‘digital disaster’

The Department of Education (DOE) on Friday decided to scrap its Australian Apprenticeship Management System (AAMS) project, following a number of delays and a doubling in cost. The project, awarded to NEC in October 2015 and worth an initial AU$10 million, was intended to deliver a new IT system to replace the Training and Youth Internet Management System (TYIMS) which ... Read More »

The 14 government IT projects on the DTA’s ‘engage’ list worth over AU$10m

The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) is closely monitoring 14 high-cost IT projects currently underway by federal government entities. The DTA in early 2017 was charged with looking into the structure of existing Australian government technology projects over AU$10 million, and currently, there are 80 “non-secret” IT-related projects that fit the bill. The DTA “monitors, verifies, and engages” with the programs, ... Read More »

Zuul: Proven open-source continuous integration/continuous delivery

Video: Agile and DevOps: 7 tips for creating the right culture Jenkins and continuous delivery: Handing developers more power Open-source Java-based tool Jenkins and the continuous-delivery technique it embodies seem to be on the rise. That can only strengthen the hand of the developer in business, according to CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey. Read More If you think Zuul is the ... Read More »

​TechnologyOne pumps AU$25.6m into R&D during first half of 2018

TechnologyOne has announced its results for the first half of the 2018 financial year, reporting net profit after tax of AU$10.4 million, a 1 percent increase year over year. Special Feature Cloud: How to Do SaaS Right Software as a Service offers irresistible benefits for organizations of all sizes — from cost savings to scalability to mobile accessibility. We offer ... Read More »

Firefox 60 lands: It’s world’s first browser to give you password-free logins, says Mozilla

Video: How Mozilla plans to win back Firefox users. Mozilla has released Firefox 60 with support for a new option to sign in to websites without using a password. That’s thanks to an emerging W3C standard called Web Authentication or WebAuthn, which is enabled by default in Firefox 60 and is coming later this month to Chrome 67, and Microsoft ... Read More »

Windows 10 tip: How to enable Hyper-V and create virtual machines

Windows 10 April 2018 Update: Here’s what you can expect Before you can use Hyper-V, you have to enable the feature using this Control Panel dialog box. Click to enlarge One of the most powerful tools in Windows 10 is its built-in virtualization platform, Hyper-V. Using Hyper-V, you can create a virtual machine and use it for evaluating software and ... Read More »

Adobe XD launches free starter plan, starts $10 million designer fund, aims to boost ecosystem

Adobe is updating its Adobe XD design platform with a starter plan that makes the software available to everyone for free. The Adobe XD Starter Plan includes a desktop version on both Mac and Windows 10, full design and prototyping capabilities and mobile preview apps on iOS and Android. In the big picture, Adobe’s Starter Plan recognizes that designers are ... Read More »

Brazilian federal government leads in open source adoption

Adoption and use of open source technologies is more common in Brazilian federal government bodies rather than their state-level counterparts, according to a new study. Nothing good is free: How Linux and open source companies make money We all know how popular and helpful Linux and open source products are, but since most of them are available for free, how ... Read More »

Windows 10 Fluent Design makeover: Microsoft reveals what’s coming next

Video: Microsoft shows off its latest Windows 10 Fluent Design features. At Microsoft’s Build conference this week the company’s designers have been showing off new Fluent Design tools that Windows 10 developers will be able to use in 2018 to design their UWP apps. Microsoft introduced Fluent Design last year and has gradually been incorporating it into the Windows 10 ... Read More »

Oracle bolsters Eloqua with new platform integrations

Oracle on Tuesday introduced new product integrations with the Oracle Marketing Cloud, including tie-ins between Oracle Eloqua and 6sense, Demandbase, LookBookHQ and Mintigo. Eloqua is a key component of Oracle’s marketing cloud, offering cloud-based software for automating marketing campaigns. Like other Oracle-branded platforms, software stems from Oracle’s $871 million purchase of Eloqua back in 2012. These new integrations are aimed ... Read More »

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