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Posts Tagged ‘agimo’
Blog, Enterprise IT - Tuesday, August 27, 2013 16:37 - 5 Comments
blog Those of you who have been reading Delimiter for a while will know that we’re huge fans of the Federal Government’s whole of government chief technology officer John Sheridan. From jetpacks to chief information officers as brokers and not blockers, of cloud computing, to lego as an analogy for government technology use, , Sheridan has views on many issues in today’s enterprise IT environment, and he’s not shy about sharing them in insightful speeches. This week’s dose of Sheridan comes from Forrester’s Summit for CIOs in Sydney. ZDNet has reported Sheridan’s comments on open source software:
The tide is turning with the use of open-source software within the Australian government, according to the chief technology officer John Sheridan, with departments shifting from buying proprietary software to buying support for open-source software such as Drupal.
- Federal Govt releases big data strategy
- “A real barrier”: Sports Commission CIO
speaks up on new Govt cloud policy
- Govt ICT apprenticeships open
- New Govt cloud computing strategy:
Foggy, or healthy cumulus?
- Reversal: Australian Govt picks ODF doc standard
- Govt updates on ICT strategy progress
- Why CIOs should be cloud brokers, not blockers
- Pia Waugh takes control of data.gov.au
- Vic Govt kicks off telco purchasing initiative
- AGIMO releases Big Data discussion paper
- Govt CTO explains new role; with Lego
- Where’s My Jetpack?
An awesomely epic rant by Australia’s new CTO
- Govt splits AGIMO, appointing CIO, CTO
- ASG clouds Tax Practitioners Board
- Whole of Govt CIO Steward retires
- ‘Cloud first’ a circuit-breaker, says Ovum
- Fed Govt releases motherhood ICT strategy
- Federal Govt re-affirms Microsoft format choice
- Australian Govt has “cloud last” policy, says Ovum
- Health seeks new ICT outsourcing advice
- AGIMO in flurry of cloud computing moves
- Govt pushes ahead with cloud-sharing approach
- AGIMO needs a little Obama magic
- Minister worried about AGIMO’s ability to deliver
- Cloud could help fix Govt IT paradigm: Hodgkinson
- Australian Govt re-kindles office file format war
- Federal Government spends $5bn on ICT annually
- Australia prefers Govt contact via the Internet
- Government reveals new IT services panel policy
- Funnelback renews Govt search deal
- Federal Govt kicks off cloud purchasing cycle
- Govt knee-deep in IPv6 transition
- Defence conducts OpenOffice.org trial
- Longhaus takes hammer to AGIMO cloud critics
- AGIMO finalises open source guide
- CSC, Telstra want longer-term AGIMO strategy
- AGIMO finalises telco management panel
- Gartner approves as clouds swirl Canberra
- AGIMO strategy disappoints Gartner analyst
- “Sensible & pragmatic”: MS on open source policy
- Brisbane taps Azure as Microsoft pushes cloud
- Open source policy pleases Red Hat, Linux Australia
- Further views on AGIMO’s open source policy
- Why AGIMO’s open source policy will change nothing
- IT’S MANDATORY: Govt forces open source option
- In defence of limited govt IT purchasing
- Office format war: AGIMO faces horde of critics
- We’re open: AGIMO denies Microsoft bias
- Fed Govt to maintain locked-down desktops
- G-Cloud, or G-String?
- Gillard must develop strategic IT plan, says analyst
- AGIMO drafts cloud computing strategy
- Education the key as Reinecke echoes Gershon
- AGIMO debates ICT services panel
- Will Finance split AGIMO in two?
- Reinecke gives Gershon qualified approval
- Delimiter files FoI requests for Reinecke, NBN Co reports
- The Australian private cloud: How do you define it?
- Did AGIMO censor Reinecke’s Gershon review?
- Wong passes AGIMO baton to Gray
- Federal Govt issues datacentre migration tender
- Fed Govt issues ISP tender
- Finance issues $57m whole of govt MFD tender
- Open Govt declaration attracts filter dissent
- AGIMO releases draft datacentre RFT
- The sorry story of Finance’s Windows Vista fail
- Victoria launches ICT strategy blog
- AGIMO blog attracts praise but also doubt
- AGIMO starts blogging as Govt 2.0 response released
- Now Federal Govt plans mobile tender
- Federal Govt issues Internet tender