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Canberra - Other Local news Sept

Monday, 09 Sep 2013

The ACT Government is seeking your views on how we can make Canberra a world leading digital city.

We are interested in your thoughts and ideas on how we can capitalise on digital opportunities and promote our digital success stories to inspire others. We believe Canberra has unique qualities that we can leverage to transform the way we work, do business, and access government services.

Participation in either the Digital Survey or the Citizen Forum enters you in a competition where you have the chance to win a free iPad.

Digital Survey

Smart use of technology will improve your business – here’s how
Taking part in a simple 5-10 minute survey will give your business an individual report that rates your digital technology use and offers information on how you can use this technology to improve your business.

Taking part in the survey means we are able to benchmark Canberra business use of digital and ICT technologies against other jurisdictions, connecting Canberra businesses into a national framework. 

Go to to take part and receive:

•         A FREE report that gives you details on how businesses like yours use digital technology, such as unified
communications, VoIP, mobility, disaster recovery, storage, 'cloud' etc – information difficult to find elsewhere.
•         FREE no obligation workshops show you how best use of digital technology can increase business advantage and improve productivity, profitability and efficiency.
Crowd Sourcing Post your ideas as part of a crowd sourced forum. Vote and provide comments on other people’s ideas for Digital Canberra.

The top rated ideas from this page will be provided to an expert panel on 10 September at the Digital Canberra event, which will be webcast live to the internet.  Click here to take part in the forum.