CompTIA is offering free online training for its CompTIA IT Fundamentals credential, with DDLS and Cyber Train providing free virtual workshops.
The Reserve Bank will partner with CBA and NAB to explore the use of a wholesale form of central bank digital currency using distributed ledger technology.
CIOs in Australia and New Zealand have reported an increase in funding for digital innovation in their organisation, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Billboards in Helsinki and Turku in southern Finland are now serving as disinfection terminals, to clean phones in 15 seconds with UVC light.
Australia will partner with Japan and the United States to fund a $30 million project for an undersea fibre-optic cable to enhance Palau's digital connectivity.
A global survey has found that 78% of Australian employees are using work tools for personal matters, with a 53% increase in personal usage since COVID-19.
An updated edition of the Information Technology Audit Framework from ISACA features guidance and professional standards, to help perform effective audit reports.
Australia's digital inclusion score has barely improved over the past year, according to the latest Australian Digital Inclusion Index report.
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.
ACMA has made enhancements to the nbn consumer experience rules aimed at further protecting consumers while the final premises are moved to the nbn.
Residents of metropolitan Sydney will soon have access to electronic prescriptions, as part of the plan to expand the rollout from Victoria.
The 2021 Women in AI Awards Australia - New Zealand are now open to women working in the AI industry, with updated criteria for applicants.
Communications Minister Paul Fletcher has issued the ACCC with a statement of expectations in relation to the regulation of the telecom sector.
Researchers are developing a platform that uses graph algorithms and machine learning technology to moderate and verify content shared on popular online forums.