An expansive global study has uncovered how expectations for safety and security are changing, while fuelling public safety and enterprise innovation.
Atturra has appointed Estelle Ivory to the role of General Manager, Business Applications, across its Microsoft Cloud and Applications business unit.
Government has an important role to play in shaping the development of AI technologies through regulation and policy and by demonstrating best practice as a first adopter.
A collaboration between private and public sectors, along with researchers from Flinders University, will deliver a vehicle testing system with broad potential.
A new report suggests Australia is well placed to develop a synthetic biology industry worth $27 billion a year, creating 44,000 new jobs by 2040.
WaterNSW increases document capture from Microsoft Teams to Content Manager, to meet compliance obligations01 September, 2021 | Supplied by: FYB Pty Ltd
WaterNSW has implemented FYB Teams2CM Collaborate, an app that provides seamless integration between Microsoft Teams and Micro Focus Content Manager.
Former public servant Renée Leon has been appointed as Charles Sturt University's new Vice-Chancellor.
The Office of the National Data Commissioner (ONDC) is calling on APS staff, departments and agencies to participate in the Data Inventories Pilot project.
The 2021 Pearcey Oration, featured in the Victorian Government's DIF2021 Festival, will be presented by Jeremy Hirschhorn, Second Commissioner for the ATO.
Government remained in the top five sector to report data breaches, with 34 breaches over the last six months, according to the OAIC.
A satellite designed and built by students and staff at Curtin University is set to be launched into space on 28 August, aboard the SpaceX mission to the ISS.
Campbelltown City Council Libraries is adopting Spydus digital software to enhance its library technology and enable citizens to access library services online.
Australia's national science agency CSIRO and Space Machines Company (SMC), an Australian in-space transportation provider, have teamed up to test Australian flexible solar cell technology in space.
Comms Connect Melbourne, originally scheduled for 19–21 October, has moved to 8–10 March 2022.