The AIIA is calling for the Victorian Government to provide a clear roadmap and exit strategy post-COVID-19 for tech businesses in Victoria.
Research has revealed that Australian office workers have spent $2.3 billion over the last three months on technology needed to work remotely.
New Zealand's telco commissioner says some consumers are significantly overspending on their mobile plans due to transparency and inertia problems in the market.
Nominations for the Women in AI Awards are now open, with the winners to be announced in Sydney in February 2021.
A Gartner survey has revealed that only 12% of chief information security officers excel in all four categories of the analyst firm's CISO Effectiveness Index.
Australia risks falling further behind the digital leadership curve due to the impact of COVID-19 on the size of the nation's technology workforce, ACS warned.
Gartner predicts that 65% of the global population will have their personal data covered by modern privacy regulations by 2023, up 10% from 2020.
IDC estimates the Australian PC market grew 35.2% in 2Q20 as consumers and firms sought tools to enable staff to work and study from home.
The Australian Information Industry Association and Queensland University of Technology will co-design ICT and cybersecurity courses for Queenslanders.
Five social start-ups have been selected as finalists for the Optus 2020 Future Makers Program for their innovative technology solutions.
A survey has found that 79% of Australian organisations have experienced an increase in pressure on digital services since the start of COVID-19.
The National Data Advisory Council discussed progress with the development of the Data Availability and Transparency Bill during its fifth meeting.
A Gartner report has highlighted markets where interest in the Internet of Things has waned as experiments and implementations fail to deliver.