Unisys renews $74 million Defence contract 
IT support vital to effectiveness of armed forces.
Drone-busting vendor lands Australian distributor 
Canberra's Oobe sends tomorrow's soldiers to Google 
Defence minister praises cloud overhaul at Australian Defence College.
Defence spends big with Data#3, Telstra 
Who got a slice of the $1.6bn pie?
Telstra partner Citadel ploughs up to $60m into Melbourne software house 
ISI grabs $31m slice of mega Defence deal 
Data#3 adds $12.3m Microsoft win to Defence tally 
Contracts with Defence total more than $30m this year.
Landmark deals drive Canberra Data Centres' national expansion 
Aussie outfit backed by ASI Solutions takes on data centre giants.
ASG shares spoils of mammoth Defence project 
Eight-year contract to create 50 jobs.
The other Southern Cross quietly wins millions in govt work 
Latest $3.4m SAP deal part of $13m winning spree.
Govt contract torn up over data sovereignty 
Defence ends agreement with supplier.
Data#3 clinches $19m Microsoft win for Defence 
Windows Server rollout amid wide-scale IT overhaul.
NetApp scores $28m Defence deal 
Major win for Next Gen Desktop project.
$5 billion defence tech firm sets up in Melbourne 
Exelis' move follows local buyout of IP comms specialist.
Data#3 wins $1.9m server rollout for Defence 
Lands server refresh role for Defence.
Optus signs $19.5 million defence contract 
Satellite contract extended until mid-2018.
Defence's huge IT tender put on backburner 
Australia receives PRISM data: report 
New data centre unlikely to be an intel hub.
Defence document leak was no accident, source says 
Existing security controls cast doubt on claims.
Hackers steal ASIO blueprints 
Chinese hackers raid government networks.
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Issue: 347 | March 2016

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