The FutureTech Stage will feature a host of the world's most renowned industry experts on matters relating to the IoT, fintech, AI and machine learning.
Those looking to launch a start-up business in Sydney should act now, according to a visiting tech entrepreneur.
A survey of CIOs in 11 major global markets found that Australian CIOs are significantly more likely to be adopting machine learning than their global peers.
Start-up Hyper Anna has closed a $16m Series A funding round to help expand its AI-powered data analytics services into international markets.
Businesses can make more efficient and better proactive decisions by involving more people outside the C-suite.
Organisations can boost customer loyalty by removing data silos to create a truly multichannel experience, says Pitney Bowes' Nigel Lester.
Discover how to close your gap between strategy and execution with business process management (BPM).
IBM and Salesforce have arranged to combine the capabilities of their respective AI platforms — IBM's Watson and Salesforce's Einstein — to deliver new levels of insight into customers.
Gartner expects that the Australian business intelligence and analytics market will grow to $889.1m this year, driven by demand for more agile and accessible modern tools.
Uber has installed capture cameras on a number of Uber vehicles on Gold Coast roads, as the company extends to Australia its global efforts to produce more detailed GPS maps for drivers.
Software company Splunk will set up its ANZ headquarters in Melbourne, creating more jobs for the tech sector.
The 2017 conference program has been launched for CeBIT Australia, featuring a wide range of topics and expert speakers.
Companies wishing to nominate to join the ranks of Australia's 2016 Technology Fast 50 must do so before 30 September 2016.
The Australia and New Zealand Internet Awards (ANZIAs) have celebrated the achievements of individuals and organisations that have set new benchmarks for the internet industry.
Australia's innovation future is under threat, due to the many high-growth start-ups, or 'gazelles', being lured overseas.