The communications ministry and NICTA have launched the National Map Open Data initiative, a single map that contains a variety of government geospatial data.
Flinders University and Cisco have signed an agreement that lays the foundations for Flinders to lead Australia in some of the most innovative parts of the internet.
Product refresh cycles have slowed to a crawl worldwide due to the lingering effects of the financial crisis, with more than half of the devices on enterprise networks past end-of-sale, a report shows.
Cultural and commercial similarities and the promise of discounts of up to 30% make New Zealand an ideal nearshore outsourcing option for Australian businesses, Ovum argues.
Google will host the 2014 Google Analytics User Conference in Sydney and Melbourne in September to discuss the rollout of its new Universal Analytics upgrade.
A group of 13 Australian undergraduates have joined students from 29 other countries in China to take part in the Huawei Telecom Seeds for the Future training program.
Around 30% of Australian businesses took orders online during the FY12-13 financial year, and over a quarter had a social media presence, ABS figures show.
When legal changes require modification to an organisation's mainframe applications, a third of ANZ CEOs choose to outsource the app development and testing work, a survey suggests.
The growing develop your own application (DYOA) trend is driving demand in the platform-as-a-service market, according to a survey of IT leaders in eight countries including Australia.
With business use of mobile apps certain to increase, CIOs need to start planning to address the high total cost of developing and maintaining them, UXC Connect's Denise Carson argues.
A new trends report from Deloitte says CIOs should consider managing their ICT portfolios in the same way that venture capitalists do.
File sharing has led to a serious loss of control for some companies when it comes to keeping data locked down. But steps can be taken to mitigate the risks, and even enhance productivity.
By 2018, more than 90% of IT roles will be affected by adoption of the four major disruptive IT technologies - cloud, big data, mobile and social - IDC forecasts.
Apple's announcement of HomeKit and HealthKit that will make the Internet of Things (IoT) much more prevalent in consumer culture.