Billboards in Helsinki and Turku in southern Finland are now serving as disinfection terminals, to clean phones in 15 seconds with UVC light.
ITPA is closely monitoring developments with the Security of Critical Infrastructure Act and lobbying on the industry's behalf.
The second-wave lockdowns caused by COVID-19 triggered strong demand for traditional PC devices during the third quarter, according to Gartner and IDC.
The IDC Asia Pacific Quarterly Hardcopy Peripherals Tracker revealed an increase in sales for consumer-targeted products due to remote working.
The AIIA and ACS have welcomed the technology spending commitments in the latest federal Budget, stating that they will be key to Australia's post-COVID recovery.
A Gartner survey has revealed that 69% of boards of directors accelerated their digital business initiatives in the wake of COVID-19 disruption.
APS Industrial's new 2000 m2 facility in Malaga will boost local stockholdings and provide space for its growing team.
Amazon Web Services and Wipro have opened a tech launch pad in Parramatta to provide in-house technical expertise to drive the adoption of cloud services.
A study by DXC Technology and Telsyte has found that businesses across Australia and New Zealand could recover from the 2020 disruptions within three years.
Technology and services giant Accenture will establish a hub in Adelaide, to collaborate with other hubs across Australia as well as overseas operations.
The AIIA is calling for the Victorian Government to provide a clear roadmap and exit strategy post-COVID-19 for tech businesses in Victoria.
More than 40 women from across Queensland have been announced as finalists in the 2020 Women in Technology Awards, with winners to be announced in October.
Research has revealed that Australian office workers have spent $2.3 billion over the last three months on technology needed to work remotely.
Having survived the pressures so far of 2020, it is time for Australian business leaders, organisations and customers to realise the benefits of investing in e-commerce.
New Zealand's telco commissioner says some consumers are significantly overspending on their mobile plans due to transparency and inertia problems in the market.