Patrick Kidd has been appointed as the Digital Skills Organisation's Chief Executive Officer, as it launches its pilot project, the Train 100 Data Analyst Project.
Telstra CEO Andy Penn will chair an industry advisory panel tasked with helping guide the implementation of the government's Cyber Security Strategy 2020.
As part of the $800 million JobMaker Digital Business Plan, the government will expand the ASBAS Digital Solutions Program to urge businesses to go digital.
To maintain the goodwill built up during the COVID-19 pandemic, CIOs will need to follow up by helping businesses recover from the crisis, according to Gartner research.
The taskforce aims to create diversity and equity in the digital and ICT service provider market, enabling more firms to engage and do business with government.
The consultation aims to improve choice and fairness for consumers and to prepare the telco industry for an operating environment with ubiquitous nbn coverage.
The federal government's new training qualification option for the ICT sector aims to meet urgent workforce needs during COVID-19 and beyond.
Apple has committed to removing carbon dioxide emissions from its products and supply chain, 20 years ahead of IPCC targets.
More than 80% of firms plan to allow remote work at least some of the time, when normal operations recommence following the COVID-19 lockdown.
The momentum behind a permanent remote working model is growing, but business leaders must adapt quickly.
Global unrest will enable Australia to establish supply chain sovereignty, attract digital talent and emerge from the recession as a leader in digital.
86% of respondents want to continue working from home, claiming virtual meeting, webinar and document sharing tools are the way to go.
The survey analysed SD-WAN market trends and acquisition preferences, showing varied adoption rates across industries and regions.
The IT and customer support roles will come as the company opens its second Customer Service Hub in South Australia.
Facebook is working to reduce the spread of coronavirus misinformation, but Responsible Technology Australia believes there's more to be done.