PC shipments grew 12.9% in 2020 and are on track to grow 18.2% in 2021 as consumers and businesses adapt to the new normal, IDC estimates.
Flinders University has received funding to take on 120 women as part of the Women in STEM Cadetships and Advanced Apprenticeships Program.
AIICT and AWS have launched a Certified Artificial Intelligence Course for AI and ML professionals, to address the technology skills shortage in Australia.
IBRS has predicted that persisting challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic will trigger an imminent 'fourth wave' of IT innovation.
The Victorian Government has led an industry roundtable where representatives addressed the demand for digital skills, ahead of the launch of the Digital Skills and Jobs program.
Sales figures from the Electric Vehicle Council have revealed that Australia is far behind the rest of the world in electric vehicle adoption.
The Women in STEM Cadetships and Advanced Apprenticeships Program has been expanded to accommodate 600 women, enabling them to get a qualification in STEM.
The use of cash as a payment method will decline in Australia, with the economy forecast to be 98% cashless by 2024.
As Aussie businesses transition to a more digital environment, Cognizant has identified the top five skills that will become more prominent by 2023.
The AIICT has released 10 industry-certified bootcamp programs and nationally recognised qualifications, in response to the demand for skilled ICT professionals.
The Australia and New Zealand Women in AI Awards have been postponed to 26 March 2021, due to lockdowns and travel restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A proposed Online Safety Bill will strengthen protections for children and enable the removal of cyberbullying material from online services.
Protégé and Micro Focus have partnered for a second year to deliver the Protégé Sydney Women Leaders 2021 Mentoring Program.
Most financial executives, including corporate CFOs, have no plans to invest in bitcoin as a corporate asset in 2021, according to a survey by Gartner.
Technology giants have signed on to self-regulation aimed at tackling online misinformation, but the industry code has been slammed as toothless and inadequate.