Technology services outfit Fujitsu has won a three year contract worth more than $150 million with the Department of Defence to support 90,000 desktop computers located around Australia.
Written by: Peter DinhamThe Australian arm of global technology provider to the defence and security, aerospace and transport industries, Thales, has commenced a next generation desktop pilot program for the Department of Defence which will deliver a new secure desktop computer system for the department.
According to the Department of Defence Chief Technology Officer, Matt Yannopoulos, the pilot
The Department of Defence's Chief Information Officer Group (CIOG) today announced it would be shortly be selecting companies for an Applications Management Services Partner Arrangement (AMSPA) in a deal expected to push through approximately $340 million worth of value.
The National Broadband Network Company has inked a $25 million deal with Fujitsu which will see the Japanese technology giant take over support for the fledgling fibre startup's desktop PCs and laptops for the next three years.
Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand has secured a multi-million dollar, 40 month services agreement with Canon Australia to provide managed services to Canon’s server, desktop, help desk and other ICT operations.