A new industries fund has been delivered by the Western Australian Government, designed to create jobs through innovation.
A stronger alignment is needed between business goals and IT strategy, says ISACA's Jo Stewart-Rattray.
Those in the IT industry are urged to provide information about the barriers they face when dealing with the federal government.
IoTAA's new guide covers what industry participants need to consider when supplying IoT devices and services to consumers.
The federal government has announced a review of the management of the .au domain, the first such review for 16 years.
The first ever female leadership team has been elected by the Electronic Frontiers Australia board.
Queensland's first Open Data Policy Statement will foster greater ingenuity and create jobs, the sunshine state's government predicts.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has listed preparing for the mandatory data breach legislation and developing a privacy governance code for the APS as two of its top priorities for FY18.
The Australian Information Industry Association has welcomed the government's reforms to its ICT procurement arrangements, including the $100m cap on individual IT contracts.
In today's market, you will not find many CEOs asking themselves whether or not they should tackle digitalisation.
During his first speech as CEO of the Digital Transformation Agency, Gavin Slater outlined the agency's key priorities in digitally transforming government service delivery.
Huge fines could await Australian firms that don't embrace the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation framework.
A 26-member Australian delegation is heading to the US to showcase solutions in digital currencies, identity management and more.
Gartner says local CIOs are more focused on digitalisation than their global peers and nearly half are already participating in digital ecosystems.
An online tool developed by Business.govt.nz one year ago has resulted in the completion of more than 100,000 employment agreements.