Wednesday, 24 July 2013

[TechRepublic] All the good money is in government websites

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Programmer and journalist Chris Duckett is the Editor for TechRepublic Australia.

Editor's note

Welcome to the new-look TechRepublic Australia Wrapper.

Along with an updated look to TechRepublic itself, we've amended our newsletters to be far more friendly to view on mobile devices, and better looking in general.

This week's highlighted piece arrives courtesy of Sydney Water, which went ahead and spent $7 million on an updated website. It's nice to see Sydney Water boasting that it came in at $0.7m under budget, though. I'm sure many of us would love to service a contract or two of that size for a website refresh.

Have a good week, everyone! --Chris

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