Gartner expects Australian IT spending to bounce back from a 1% decline in 2020 to a 4% growth in 2021.
Fujitsu Australia has enhanced its partnership status with AWS, securing AWS migration accreditation and DevOps competency recognition.
Gartner is predicting that 40% of company boards will have established a dedicated security committee led by a qualified board member by 2025.
Microsoft Australia has partnered with Women Rising to run a program to help women in the IT industry take their leadership to the next level.
GlobalData has predicted that cloud technology, networking, mobility, communications and security will be the top areas of IT action in the ASEAN region in 2021.
The new AIIA Skills Hub aims to address Australia's digital skills gap by serving as a hub for courses and credentials mapped to areas of industry need.
nbn has released its first Sustainability Report, outlining its ambitions to reduce emissions and address climate risks in 2021 and beyond.
The WA Government has invested $1 million from the WasteSorted e-Waste grants program to divert e-waste from landfill in Western Australia.
On 24 January, more than 20 organisations will partake in Circular Electronics Day, to inspire people to repair, upgrade and reuse their electronics.
The recent switch to remote work and entertainment has had a sizeable environmental impact because of how internet data is stored and transmitted.
HR leaders have faced many changes in 2020, but will need to make many more decisions about work policies, technology and employment models in 2021.
Asia–Pacific big data analytics solutions revenue will increase by US$ 41.9 billion by 2024, according to IDC research.
Skillsoft has detailed the top tech skills trends in 2020 and forecast the most in-demand skills for 2021, such as data analytics and cloud fundamentals.
VMware chief executive and 30-year Intel veteran Pat Gelsinger will rejoin Intel as CEO from February.
Researchers have demonstrated a powerful optical neuromorphic processor for artificial intelligence that is capable of processing ultralarge-scale data.