Everyone must be able to access the information and services they need. In the digital world, that means requisite connectivity, ability and affordability.
Nearly 60 percent of surveyed Australians say they will change jobs in the next year...is the global Great Resignation inevitable?
Implementing intelligent automation readied this company for working from home long before the pandemic arrived.
NBN Co is deploying $6m of portable telecom infrastructure across Australia in advance of this year's disaster season.
A study of the gambling habits of Australians has revealed that although gambling participation rates have fallen, the number of people gambling online has doubled since 2010.
Shopify has introduced integration with multiple major ERP platforms into its Shopify app for retailers and e-commerce providers.
Telecommunications industry body the Communications Alliance has published a new code aimed at better protecting consumers against scams and fraud.
Adobe is conducting a phased rollout of Acrobat browser extensions for Chrome and Edge that support functions including digital signing of documents.
Seven Network has announced the launch of CODE 7+, the company's next generation digital and broadcast converged media trading platform.
Fintech startup Adatree has launched a free service that uses payment activity data to alert users when they have visited a COVID exposure site.
Eighteen emerging technology companies have been selected as finalists for the Australian Technologies Competition, with winners to be announced on 26 October 2021.
The Digital Industry Group has launched a new code portal for complaints about breaches of compliance of the Australian Code of Practice on Disinformation.
Gartner is advising infrastructure and operations leaders to create a timeline for evaluation and migration to Windows 11, and planning to run pilots in 1H22.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will not object to the proposed $26.95bn purchase of Nuance Communications by Microsoft.
Technology-rich start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs can now receive up to $50,000 of matched funding, as part of UNSW's COVID-19 TechVoucher program.