Australian researchers are working on a new super-fast, safe blockchain technology which they say has the potential to revolutionise the global economy.
The Royal Australian Navy's HMAS Choules has become the first ship in the fleet to be upgraded to Windows 10.
Researching the risks is just as critical as anticipating the rewards when it comes to embracing digital disruption.
Organisations can boost customer loyalty by removing data silos to create a truly multichannel experience, says Pitney Bowes' Nigel Lester.
Apple retained its top spot in Gartner's list of the top 100 vendors in IT by annual revenue, with rivals Samsung and Google taking second and third place respectively.
Critical infrastructure experts consider the utilities sector to top the list of the world's most critical industries, measured by factors including the potential societal and financial impact of an outage.
Fear of the unknown is all that stands in the way of a new era of 'digital cohesion' made possible by smart technology.
With a wide variety of industries now evaluating adopting blockchain distributed ledger technology, ISACA has published new guidance for companies considering taking the plunge.
A new FinTech hub will be established in Docklands, Melbourne, to connect innovative FinTech start-ups with investors and help them bring new products to market.
The program and list of speakers and panellists for next month's planned Data + Privacy Asia Pacific international privacy conference have just been announced.
As 'big data' burst onto the scene some seven years ago, it promised vastly improved means of capturing and analysing endless arrays of rapidly growing information to provide targeted intelligence for organisations.
Huge fines could await Australian firms that don't embrace the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation framework.
The National Transport Commission has been tasked with evaluating the regulatory regime that will be needed to ensure the safety of autonomous vehicles on Australian roads.
To cope with different types of data, IT must embrace a more granular storage approach to handle disparate workloads.
The University of Sydney and Chinese robotics pioneer UBTECH Robotics have launched a new research centre focused on developing AI for humanoid robots.
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