• Timaru District Council IT Policy System Implementation

    TDC had a set of policies that hadn’t been updated in 15 years, were not complete, and what was in place looked outdated. After reviewing the situation, IT Manager, Justin Bagust, felt that the current paper-based policies were not accessible and the age of the policies meant that the terminology in use was not current. As an example, there were references to Dial-up Internet connectivity and no content regarding smartphones, tablet devices or BYOD policies. Justin comments, “I decided that we needed a solution that was clean and easy to use for both management and staff and something that took everything into consideration to stay current...

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  • Nillumbik Shire Council IT Policy System Implementation

    Nillumbik Shire Council identified a need to review and update their existing IT policies and especially identify any gaps between policy and practice. The system needed to be completed within the regulatory and legislative framework specific to the Council. The aim was to ensure access for all staff and to provide a system which would be easily maintained. Finally, the solution had to bring financial and resources savings to the Council.

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  • Bass Coast Shire Council IT Policy System Implementation

    In satisfying audit requirements and putting into effect governance improvements, the Bass Coast Shire Council identified the need to update their current ICT strategy which in turn required updating their outdated IT policies.

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  • Lockyer Valley Regional Council IT Policy System Implementation

    Lockyer Valley Regional Council (LVRC) has over 300 users. The typical user utilises Council’s administration network for email, access to Council’s property information, financials and document/information management systems to input data and to interrogate data to make informed decisions.

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