As more IT services become commoditised, being able to show that you are keeping yourself trained and educated will be key to your survival in the industry.
nbn rival Uniti Wireless has secured $5m in funding from the SA Government to support its goal of creating more than 200 new jobs as it expands nationwide.
Australians exhibited the lowest levels of digital trust among consumers in 10 markets surveyed for a new report.
Businesses and society at large can leverage AI-powered technologies in an ethical, trustworthy and sustainable way, if the right approach is adopted.
The Australian National Blockchain consortium will help establish a new technology platform to securely and transparently manage legal agreements.
Victoria's ICT workforce is expected to grow by 2.5% by 2023, creating 30,000 new jobs.
The Assistance and Access Bill 2018 is doomed to fail in its stated aims — at a massive cost to the privacy of individuals, says the ITPA's Robert Hudson.
Nearly a quarter of Australian CIOs are planning to increase permanent IT headcount to support the automation of business processes, research suggests.
The City of the Gold Coast plans to add an additional 37 km fibre loop to its existing city-owned carrier-grade 65 km fibre backbone.
Telstra has launched pre-commercial '5G-ready' cell sites on the Gold Coast as part of plans to roll out more than 200 5G sites this year.
The Corning Incorporated Optical Communications division has received the Frost & Sullivan 2018 APAC Data Centre Enabling Technology Leadership Award.
Macquarie Technology Group International has been hit with a record fine for not complying with an FWO unfair dismissal order.
Researchers, including a member of CSIRO's Data61, have uncovered a new vulnerability in newer Intel processors that can theoretically bypass Meltdown fixes.
nbn co has announced that it has finally begun enabling DOCSIS 3.1 on its HFC network as it restarts HFC activations in the coming months.
The federal government needs to think again about My Health Record and address community and security concerns, says the ITPA's Robert Hudson.
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