First Nations households are suffering a yawning digital divide with the rest of Australia and COVID-19 has widened this gap.
RMIT and the Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee have brought experts together to discuss building smart and sustainable cities.
Alamanda College has selected Juniper Network's wired and wireless solutions driven by Mist AI to transform the networking experience across its campus.
Upgraded network infrastructure will provide faster and more reliable internet access to classrooms across the state.
New ICT labs are among infrastructure investment projects for Tasmania's TasTAFE.
A seven-day, state-wide science and engineering competition has just begun in Hobart.
Boosting Australia's local manufacturing and supply base will see our nation weather the storm of 2020 and put us in a good place for a return to growth.
A $69 million online learning package announced by the NZ Government will upgrade schools' digital networks and improve online security.
Microsoft has been working to improve its Teams product in response to a global need for remote learning.
Two roundtable public hearings on Wednesday, 26 August will investigate barriers to accessing quality, affordable schooling and further education.
Recent circumstances have highlighted huge gaps in the preparedness of many educational institutions in their goal to fully embrace digital learning.
Applications have opened for the government-funded Regional Connectivity Program.
Glasshouse Christian College is leading the way in education through technology, creating an environment that encourages innovation, entrepreneurship and community mindedness, utilising collaborative technologies, social media and online resources.
COVID-19 has created an unprecedented demand for connectivity, and Australians are no longer content with the "coming soon" approach.
Nearly every school in South Australia now has a high-speed internet connection, thanks to the SWiFT internet program.