As Aussie businesses transition to a more digital environment, Cognizant has identified the top five skills that will become more prominent by 2023.
The AIICT has released 10 industry-certified bootcamp programs and nationally recognised qualifications, in response to the demand for skilled ICT professionals.
A proposed Online Safety Bill will strengthen protections for children and enable the removal of cyberbullying material from online services.
The Australia and New Zealand Women in AI Awards have been postponed to 26 March 2021, due to lockdowns and travel restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Protégé and Micro Focus have partnered for a second year to deliver the Protégé Sydney Women Leaders 2021 Mentoring Program.
Most financial executives, including corporate CFOs, have no plans to invest in bitcoin as a corporate asset in 2021, according to a survey by Gartner.
Technology giants have signed on to self-regulation aimed at tackling online misinformation, but the industry code has been slammed as toothless and inadequate.
The Infoxchange Group will establish a Digital Transformation Hub to help Australian not-for-profits build digital capability after COVID-19.
Yet another report, this time commissioned by AWS, has highlighted a huge looming digital skills gap facing Australia by 2025.
A report from RSM Australia has urged SMEs to develop a culture that values data-driven insights, to better identify and prioritise strategic initiatives.
A report from Accenture has revealed that Australian organisations are falling behind globally in data and automation, due to a lack of tech talent and skills.
Security provider Secure Logic has hired Atlassian alumnus Dmitry Samokhvalov as head of product and engineering and its Innovation Centre.
Facebook has dropped a bomb by following through on its threats to ban Australian users from sharing news and Australian news media from posting content.
ANSTO has announced plans to expand its global connections, with the nandin Innovation Centre to join the Design Factory Global Network.
AustCyber will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Stone & Chalk, in an initiative aimed at accelerating growth for Australian emerging tech companies.