A modern data centre facility to host critical business systems, with a significant reduction in operation costs.
The tactical and strategic framework to design all property and technology services for a new business, retail and residential development, and establish the precinct as a new business hub and smart community.
Frame helped this university to move towards an IT PMO that is more people-process-technology focused, with better management, engagement and reporting.
Senior managers at Burdekin Shire Council now have clarity regarding the state of ICT infrastructure and services, the value of ICT assets, and the level of council’s ICT resource usage.
Frame delivered on a high-risk program of works, meeting all business requirements, with minimal disruption of services, no unplanned outages and zero rollbacks.
Frame designed and implemented a video-conferencing system that’s simple to manage and troubleshoot, in a solution which minimises monthly rental costs for a defence industry organisation.
This leading bricks-and-mortar university now has dependable Wi-Fi service across the campus, giving the university renewed confidence in its ability to deliver reliable and scalable Wi-Fi.
A state-of-the-art, highly available and highly secure data centre network gives this health organisation the opportunity to leverage economies of scale and offer centralised services to its large, distributed user base.
A government inquiry has a secure video-conferencing environment for protecting users of the system, with measures to prevent the possibility of toll fraud and improved remote services, resulting in considerably increased customer satisfaction.
Strategic review of QinteQ’s ICT infrastructure has led the company towards its targets for revenue growth and business resiliency, with a practical and cost-effective roadmap to meet strategic and operational goals.
A new, enterprise-grade solution has transformed state-wide video-conferencing for a health organisation, with centralised purchasing and support contracts leading to considerable cost savings.
ICT infrastructure which supports Queensland Health’s operating model, makes the most of its in-house capabilities and capitalises on economies of scale, while maximising innovation and autonomy for the new hospital.