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.
ISACA has created a new audit program, designed to help decision-makers with outsourcing their relationships.
More than a quarter of enterprises have not built a mobile app in the last 12 months, and mobile makes up just 11% of the average enterprise software budget, research from Gartner suggests.
A record 13,500 printer cartridges have been recycled in Australia every working day as part of the 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' program.
Telstra has invested in a new 70 MW solar farm in regional Queensland.
ANZ demand for experienced AWS engineers with at least associate level certification has grown 37% over the past year, well ahead of the supply of qualified job seekers.
A new study has found that women make up only 11% of the world's information security workforce.
The winner of CeBIT Australia's PitchFest competition was Look Who's Charging.
There has been a digital boom taking place in Australia, with a new report by ACS revealing that strong growth in the ICT workforce is expected to continue.
A new report indicates that businesses lost around $3.8 million to scams throughout 2016.
The Communications Alliance has conducted a review of the industry regulator, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
Robotics will be a key feature in all of the fastest growing jobs over the next five years.
CeBIT Australia 2017, which begins Tuesday, 23 May, will feature innovations by technology companies from 34 different countries.
The world's thinnest hologram has been created by an Australian and Chinese research team.
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