CeBIT Australia will receive $50,000 in funding from the City of Sydney each year for the next three years.
The ACCC has established a new data analytics team to help investigate cases involving colluding robots and other potential competition issues arising from increased use of big data analytics.
The dates for the 2018 CySCA competition have now been announced.
Those in the IT industry are urged to provide information about the barriers they face when dealing with the federal government.
iTalkBB Australia has been found to be in breach of direct debit, complaints-handling and record-keeping rules in the TCP code.
A new group executive has been announced at Macquarie Telecom Group.
Under a new technology and workforce transformation initiative, NAB has embarked on a global recruitment drive for 600 technology specialists.
IoTAA's new guide covers what industry participants need to consider when supplying IoT devices and services to consumers.
Melbourne narrowly beat Sydney to take the title of the world's tenth-smartest city as part of an index compiled by smart parking app developer EasyPark.
The Pause Fest 2018 program has been announced, with LaunchVic signing a $300,000, two-year sponsorship deal for the event.
A Sydney 'visiting entrepreneur' start-up program will provide one-on-one mentoring for local start-up organisations.
The number of Australian FinTech companies has more than doubled since 2015, according to an EY census of the sector.
While Australia's total technology spending is on track to grow 2.6% in 2018, this will put the market behind the expected global spending growth rate of 4.3%, according to Gartner's latest forecast.
New digital transformation centres will be opened by DXC Technology around Australia.
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