IT security, privacy and cybersecurity remain the top challenges for IT auditors worldwide, followed by data management and emerging technologies.
People trust robots more than their managers, with many being "excited" about and "grateful" for their robot co-workers, a study shows.
AI expert Dr Catriona Wallace is set to share her insights on what we can look forward to in a world with more advanced AI, at this year's CEBIT expo.
The government has introduced a regulatory requirement for mobile service providers to confirm a customer's identity before porting out their mobile number.
French cyber tech firm Squad is set to land in Adelaide innovation precinct Lot Fourteen, as part of a plan to increase its reach in the Asia–Pacific region.
Over 70 million PCs shipped globally last quarter, achieving 3% year-on-year growth from quarter three 2018, according to IDC.
Fujitsu Australia and Dell subsidiary Boomi have teamed up to provide integrated business applications and professional services to A/NZ enterprises.
NBN Co's wholesale prices are being brought under the spotlight amid concerns Australians may not be able to access basic broadband plans at fair rates.
Over 300 hackers and investigators have joined forces to try to find missing persons, as part of the Australian Cyber Week hackathon.
The Federal Court has vindicated TPG during its legal battle with the ACCC over the company's prepayments policy for some internet, phone and broadband plans.
Returning expats could help fill the skills gap facing the technology industry if only Australian companies would hire them, a new report has shown.
Patients' health information could be better protected with the help of a new privacy guide issued by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.
A new research centre is set to explore the safe and ethical use of autonomous decision-making technologies after receiving $31.8 million in government funding.