Forecasts from Gartner reveal that the global revenue for robotic process automation software could reach $1.89 billion in 2021 — a 19.5% increase from 2020.
The federal government has released a roadmap that outlines the workforce and education changes needed to support the adoption of digital health.
COVID-19 has dramatically altered the business world, but with the right changes to tech, people and processes, IT leaders can effectively protect against cyberthreats.
Around 53% of online Australian adults are using their smartphones for banking, but extra functionality is needed to increase usage.
Rising from 2.3 billion users currently, ABI Research says more than 3.5 billion people will be gamers within four years.
The Oracle Autonomous Database on Exadata Cloud@Customer combines Oracle Database with the Exadata platform, delivered as a cloud service in customer data centres.
Gartner expects the global cloud-based web conferencing market to benefit from the COVID-19 outbreak, with spending projected to grow by 24.3% in 2020.
Earlier this year, Simon Weckert's assistant set off down a green street with 99 second-hand smartphones and created a virtual traffic jam.
Business application developer Zoho has established a presence at two Equinix data centres in Sydney and Melbourne to help support local customers.
The ASD has released an open source version of its data visualisation and analysis tool, Constellation, connecting the security agency with the outer world.
Under an expanded partnership with Microsoft, ServiceNow will house its SaaS portfolio for some customers on the Azure Australian regions.
Melbourne-based online cloud training start-up A Cloud Guru has completed a major funding round to support its ongoing global expansion.
Australian business units are no longer content to wait for IT before spending on new technologies such as cloud-based enterprise solutions, research shows.
Australian organisations will spend nearly $4.65bn on public cloud services this year and $5.6 billion next year, Gartner has forecast.
Oracle has announced the general availability of the Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service, which customers can use to build their own blockchain networks.