Australian universities and other higher education institutions are lagging compared to their global peers in terms of their use of social media as a student engagement tool.
Austrade has signed a new collaboration agreement with China's Alibaba seeking to expand the variety of Australian products, including fresh food produce, sold on Alibaba's popular e-commerce sites.
Kogan.com more than doubled its expected profit growth for FY16 and exceeded its revenue forecast by 5%, due in part to the purchase of Dick Smith's online operations earlier this year.
KPMG Australia has placed Telstra CEO Andy Penn at the top of a list of the top 20 Australian business leaders in terms of the effective use of Twitter.
There have been nearly 9000 .sydney domain names registered since its launch one year ago, and registrar Neustar is processing around 900,000 DNS queries for .sydney domains per day.
Check out this list of the first 10 companies to register for a commercial dot-com domain, with now-defunct computer manufacturer Symbolics taking the top spot.
Australian organisations are adapting their business models to be more customer focused and see social media as a key component of this transformation, Deloitte said.
Around 30% of Australian businesses took orders online during the FY12-13 financial year, and over a quarter had a social media presence, ABS figures show.
The Department of Finance will soon tender for a project to build GovCMS, a centralised system for managing government websites, and has proposed to mandate the use of Drupal and the public cloud.
The online search ad market in Australia is growing at a strong 16% CAGR, and Google rivals are starting to chip away at the web giant's dominance.
Ernst & Young Australia has named SEEK co-founder Andrew Bassat its Australian Entrepreneur of the Year, while Leadbolt.com founder Dale Carr has won in the technology category.
An academic study predicts that Twitter will soon become dominated by posts from celebrities and brands, to the extent that people will view it more like television than a two-way medium.
Victoria’s Technology Minister has launched the eServices Register, the state’s new cloud-based portal for ICT companies to bid for state government software and services contracts.
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