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Blog, Enterprise IT - Friday, July 26, 2013 14:31 - 1 Comment
blog Many of you will recall that the Federal Parliament published a damning report into its IT service delivery capabilities last October. The report included a litany of complaints by parliamentarians and public service staff about slow access to outdated technology, including specifically the slow and limited access to non-BlackBerry smartphones. Well, new Department of Parliamentary Services chief information officer Eija Seittenranta has been making moves across a variety of areas to remediate the situation. The latest move, reported by iTnews (we recommend you click here for the full article) is for the Parliament to open up its smartphone fleet to non-BlackBerry vendors. iTnews tells us:
Parliamentarians [now] are given a choice between a 32GB Apple iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S4, BlackBerry Z10, BlackBerry 9900, Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Asha 300.
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