HP maintained its lead of the shrinking global hardcopy peripherals market during the second quarter, according to research from IDC.
The Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner has released an e-book covering the implications of using AI for government services.
The ACSC is helping energy sector organisations and government agencies with their cybersecurity capabilities through information exchange and training.
Ex-Navy sailor Warren Faulkner has won the Australian Computer Society's $5000 Indigenous IT student scholarship for 2020.
The government has commenced a public consultation on proposed reforms aimed at enabling the more effective use and sharing of public data.
Australians are using myGov in record numbers, according to the Australian Government, with people logging in 39 million times in July to access tax relief.
The Women in Technology Awards celebrate women who are making their mark in the industry and inspiring others to follow.
The iAwards recognise digital leaders who are disrupting and transforming their target markets and generating tangible end-user outcomes, according to the AIIA.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre is calling on SMBs to fill out a survey that explores companies' views on and understanding of cybersecurity.
The ACT Government is calling for tenders for a Digital Health Record — a platform intended to complement MHR by storing more detailed patient information.
The OAIC has made embedding and enforcing strong privacy safeguards in the Consumer Data Right a key focus in its Corporate Plan for 2019–20.
The finalists for IDC's 2019 DX Awards for Australia and NZ have been announced, recognising organisations' success in digitising their business.
Evie Networks is set to roll out an "ultra-fast" EV charging network across Australia, in a $50.2m project, with $15m funding from ARENA.
The Australian Government plans to introduce measures to compel the blocking of websites hosting violent and extreme content, such as the live-streamed Christchurch attack.
Zendesk has announced plans to expand its Melbourne-based Asia Pacific Software Engineering Centre by hiring 70 new highly skilled engineers.