Computer language COBOL is celebrating its 60th year supporting vital business and government systems.
Australia Post has signed an agreement with OneView Commerce to replace point of sale software and hardware in over 3500 post offices nationwide.
The Australian robotic process automation software market nearly doubled last year to reach $52.3m, Gartner estimates.
Australian spending on customer relationship management software increased 19.4% to $2.3bn during 2018, Gartner estimates.
The Whole of Australian Government Software Licenses and Services Panel has been expanded with a new COTS software category.
The ATO has received 31 responses to a market request for software providers to develop low- or no-cost payroll reporting solutions for small businesses.
Software industry body BSA has negotiated a $160,000 settlement with a Sydney and Perth based manufacturing company over alleged software piracy.
The funding round was led by Silicon Valley venture capital firm IVP, known for its investments in Dropbox, Snap, Slack and Twitter.
Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Paul Allen has died of complications arising from non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma at age 65.
General Manager Alan Adcock describes how the council's digital transformation has reduced total cost of ownership by 38% and shaved $428,000 off its bottom line.
The DTA has launched a request for tender for commercial off-the-shelf software providers seeking to join its software licensing and services panel.
Microsoft has stepped up its competition against team chat platform Slack with the launch of a free version of its Teams productivity app.
Siemens has given the University of South Australia a huge, in-kind grant of $450 million worth of industrial PLM software.
The University of Wollongong has replaced paper-based processes with a streamlined, all-services-in-one digital app for international students.
Microsoft has revealed plans to purchase open source software development platform GitHub in a deal expected to close this year.