Half of the world is now connected to the internet, a new report has found.
Despite high dissatisfaction with the government's economic management and a weak economic outlook, many SMEs believe that technology is the key to renewed business confidence.
CompTIA has released its industry outlook for 2017, which suggests that the future is positive.
Gartner expects total Australian IT spending to grow at a steady 2.7% in 2017, but potential growth both at home and internationally has been hampered by geopolitical uncertainty.
In our Tech Insights series, we ask ICT leaders what the year ahead holds. Today we talk digital economy with NetApp's Steve Manley.
Google's Chrome grew from being just the second most popular web browser behind Internet Explorer to capturing more than half of the total market by usage share, NetApplications data indicates.
Some of the most highly ranked internet searches for Australia in 2016 include 'how to play Pokemon Go', 'where is New South Wales', and 'why is my poop green'.
More than 70% of ANZ companies in industries such as media, health care, software and the IoT surveyed by Ovum for Zuora are looking to shift to a subscription model.
FinTech Australia's first Collab/Collide summit will explore new regulatory and technology developments in the FinTech sector and what they mean for Australia's FinTech ecosystem.
The CGI 2016 consumer survey has revealed that consumers want digital financial services from their financial institution.
As organisations invest in developing a digital platform strategy, Gartner expects Australian IT spending to grow 2.8% next year to $85 billion.
The top 10 strategic technology trends for 2017 will all focus on laying the groundwork for what Gartner calls an "intelligent digital mesh" of interconnected technologies, platforms and services, the research firm said.
Australians are among the world's most prolific cross-border online shoppers, according to a survey by e-commerce solutions company Pitney Bowes.
The majority of Australian business leaders have already experienced digital disruption, and 88% fear disruption from digital start-ups.
Instagram is the most popular brand in Australia, according to the NetBase Top 50 Brand Love List, while Telstra is the first home-grown brand to make the list at only number 11.