IT Management

Women in ICT & Digital Leadership Summit

04 December, 2019 | Supplied by: Liquid Learning Group Pty Ltd

Learn from some of Australia's top women ICT and digital leaders at this special summit, with a 10% discount for ITPA members.


NSW mobile phone laws catch up with technology

04 December, 2019

Drivers in NSW can now legally use their mobile phone as a digital wallet or to access their digital licence while behind the wheel, under strict conditions...


IT salaries to grow, with AI demand strong

02 December, 2019

Salary growth will be largely driven by skill shortages, especially in areas such as data and software development, cybersecurity and AI.


New subsea cable starts its journey in Sydney

02 December, 2019 by Jonathan Nally | Supplied by: AARNet Pty Ltd

The Japan-Guam-Australia South subsea cable has been landed at Narrabeen Beach, marking the completion of the Sydney shore end work.


Optus to pay $6.4 million over misleading claims

02 December, 2019

Optus has been ordered by the Federal Court to pay $6.4 million in penalties for making misleading claims about home internet disconnections, after action by the ACCC.


Survey: APAC digital transformation progress threatened by lack of business alignment

25 November, 2019 | Supplied by: Appian Software Australia Pty Limited

Two-thirds of organisations are piloting, scaling or deploying transformation programs, but disconnects in IT culture and delivery speed stand in the way.


Pawsey opens tender for new supercomputing system

21 November, 2019

The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre is calling for tenders for a new supercomputing system to replace its existing machine, as part of a $70m capital refresh.


Roadmap points Australia to AI specialisation

20 November, 2019

Australia's AI specialisation opportunities lie in health, infrastructure and natural resources, according to CSIRO's Data61 AI roadmap.


Only 11% of brands can create a unified customer profile

20 November, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

A survey of marketing professionals indicates that brands are still struggling to effectively use customer data platforms to create a unified customer profile.


ATO named Australian PEPPOL authority

15 November, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The ATO has been established as the Australian authority for the PEPPOL domestic and international e-invoicing framework.


Email, SMS still consumers' preferred modes for business comms

12 November, 2019

Email and SMS are still the preferred methods of business communication for most consumers, according to a new study.


ACMA set to block illegal offshore gambling websites

12 November, 2019

Illegal offshore gambling websites could soon be blocked by Australian ISPs under new instructions from the ACMA.


Top 9 digital experience trends for 2020 revealed

11 November, 2019

Multiexperience and facial recognition payments are among the top digital experience trends organisations should explore in 2020, according to Gartner.


Businesses to trial AI ethics principles

11 November, 2019

Eight new AI ethics principles will be put to the test in a trial led by some of the biggest businesses in Australia.


MobileMuster turns 21

06 November, 2019

MobileMuster celebrated its 21st birthday last week, having collected almost 1500 tonnes of mobile phones and accessories since it began in 1998.


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