Nearly half (45%) of Australian businesses believe that COVID-19 has given them an opportunity to innovate and accelerate their digital transformation.
Cognizant is set to bolster its presence in Australia and New Zealand with the acquisition of Servian, a Sydney-based consultancy specialising in data analytics.
Research firms estimate that continued stay-at-home orders triggered another quarter of strong demand for PCs during 4Q20.
The COVID-19 pandemic will accelerate a global trend towards contactless payments, with the global digital payments market to reach $4.9 trillion.
Researchers have revealed that 99.2% of Aussies have nomophobia — a fear of being separated from their mobile phones — which could endanger their health.
Technology Decisions is taking a break now until early January, so we'd like to wish you a merry festive season and a safe and prosperous New Year.
NSW has been named the premier Australian state for tech, with tech workers comprising 7.2% of the total workforce in 2019.
The NSW Government will fund the development of a second Startup Hub in Parramatta, to prioritise technology in the state's COVID-19 economic recovery.
Sydney is on track to become a hub for quantum technology, with the Sydney Quantum Academy's partnership with four leading universities.
Most Australian workers are alarmed about the financial health and long-term prospects of their employer following the impact of COVID-19.
Western Australia will expand its technology workforce, with 15,000 technology roles to be created by 2025, according to ACS Australia's Digital Pulse Report.
The AIIA has called out the 2020 Queensland Budget for failing to do more to support the state's ICT sector in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
TOP500 has released its latest list of the world's fastest supercomputers, with the Fugaku supercomputer in Japan taking first place for the second time.
Network security revenue in the Asia–Pacific region is forecast to reach US$1.4bn in 2024, due to the rising issue of securing enterprise networks from data breaches.
Specops Software has investigated which coding language most people want to learn, with Python and Java receiving the most Google and YouTube searches.