SAP and NICTA's Digital Careers program will invest $1.4m to expand the YICTE student competition to more states and age groups as they seek to seed the next generation of ICT talent.
All it takes is a little bit of short-sightedness, bad luck and poor timing to cook up disaster. So how many network threats and weaknesses would you find in a security audit?
Analysts have been predicting the death of the desktop PC for many years, but what do IT managers on the frontline think? Will tablets take over, or is there still a place for the beige box?
US government body NIST has kicked off a year-long challenge aimed at helping global communities develop smart city technologies and processes.
Microsoft has sued Samsung Electronics, claiming the South Korean electronics manufacturer has been dodging its obligations under a patent agreement between the two companies.
The federal government's Online Copyright Infringement discussion paper puts forward solutions that are likely to pass costs on to all internet users without dramatically reducing rates of piracy, says Consumer advocacy group CHOICE.
Technologies such as email once drove a dramatic improvement in business efficiency, but are too slow for the modern era. IT professionals agree that service automation could provide the next leap forward.
Digital creative agency Loud&Clear has made a formal partnership with the Swinburne University of Technology R&D department, following the launch of the university's new software innovation lab.
Newcastle's city council will replace its disparate IT systems with OneCouncil, a single enterprise solution from TechnologyOne.
Organisations delving into big data often run into two difficulties: not knowing where to start, and not knowing how to justify a big data investment.
Mid West Ports Authority will use IFS Applications as an ERP system as it seeks to drive operational efficiency and cope with significant volume growth at the port of Geraldton.
A survey of Australian businesses shows that 1 in 3 do not consider themselves to be digital enterprises, and only a third have a dedicated chief digital officer.
The newly launched NICTA Swinburne Software Innovation Lab will focus on developing software with the potential to benefit a diverse range of industries.
A new federal government inquiry will examine how the Telecommunications Act 1997 can be used by government agencies to disrupt access to illegal online services.