NSW has been named the premier Australian state for tech, with tech workers comprising 7.2% of the total workforce in 2019.
The OAIC has called for changes to the Privacy Act 1988, to ensure privacy protections remain consistent with current Australian values.
Expressions of interest are now open for potential operators for Tech Central, an innovation and technology precinct near Central Station.
Victoria's technology workforce is expected to grow by just 1.8% per annum from 2020 to 2025, the lowest projected growth nationally, according to the ACS.
Amazon has added 3.4 gigawatts of renewable power to its portfolio, including the Hawkesdale Wind Farm in Victoria, bringing its total capacity to 6.5 GW.
Security, privacy, cloud and technology resilience are the top IT audit risks expected for 2021, according to a survey from Protiviti and ISACA.
Professionals Australia is calling on the ICT sector to do more to address gender discrimination, after a report revealed that little is being done to address this issue.
Warren Faulkner has received the 2020 Australian Computer Society's Indigenous IT student scholarship for the second year running.
Global environmental non-profit CDP has placed Epson on its prestigious A list for tackling climate change and protecting water security.
The Technology Park has more than 2200 employees and 62 enterprises, generating $6 million in turnover and accounting for nearly 9% of jobs in Ballarat.
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.
New research from the Energy Efficiency Council has identified where office-based businesses can reduce their energy consumption and operational costs.
Updates to the Commonwealth Procurement Rules (PCRs) will enable agencies to engage with Australian SMEs on tendering contracts valued up to $200,000.
Most Australian workers are alarmed about the financial health and long-term prospects of their employer following the impact of COVID-19.