The HypaConnect ICS combines the latest in optical fibre and copper connectivity infrastructure into a single ubiquitous platform, capable of supporting many ICT and business critical applications, and is a key piece of building infrastructure.
While 83% of firstline manufacturing workers responding to a Microsoft survey agree that technology is key to improving efficiencies, only 4% describe their enterprise as pioneering in their adoption of technology.
A staggering volume of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) have taken place over the last two years.
Red Hat's new Open Innovation Labs in Singapore will provide customers with hands-on experience and support in developing open source and DevOps based solutions to business problems.
More than 560 primary and secondary school students have competed in the RoboCup Junior Australian Open Championships, involving designing robots to play soccer, dance and perform rescues.
The AIIA is urging the government to start planning for the impact that digital transformation and the emergence of new technologies will have on Australia's labour market.
Canberra has launched a consultation on ways to best achieve the benefits of digital innovation, which is projected to have the potential to boost the Australian economy by up to $250bn.
Amazon has been asked to ensure that it complies with Australia's unfair contract terms legislation.
The federal government has introduced the legislation that would remove GST charges on purchases of digital currencies including Bitcoin.
A new data plan focused on harnessing big data for national infrastructure has been released by the federal government for public comment.
A 12-month mentoring program for start-ups has commenced, as part of the La Trobe Accelerator Program.
The Testing Within Government (TWiG) program is producing innovative digital solutions to real-world problems in Queensland.
The federal government will cap its IT contracts at $100 million and/or three years' duration, to help SMEs to bid for components of large projects.
If it's obvious that Australia must innovate to ensure our future prosperity, what isn't so obvious is how we get there.
A Canberra committee has made 10 recommendations aimed at resolving social issues related to the use of driverless land vehicles in Australia.
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