Ten smart city products have been certified TALQ compliant by the TALQ Consortium following its plug-fest event in Spain last month.
The meeting gathered Smart Cities Council members and stakeholders to explore current issues around technology use and data collection in the public sphere.
How to put people at the forefront of office technology decisions will be a key topic of discussion at the Integrate Conference and Expo this month.
The global smart city technology market is projected to earn $1.7 trillion in revenue between 2019 and 2028, according to a new report.
The City of Darwin has awarded more than $1 million to three local ICT businesses for new printers, an integrated telephone system, laptops and PCs.
MFB's four-bay, outdoor shelters allow people in remote regions of Queensland to communicate via the state's trunk two-way radio network.
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Victorian government agencies are incorporating data analytics and other technologies into their fight against corrupt conduct, according to an IBAC review.
Communications ministry representatives from Australia and across APAC are meeting in Singapore to hash out a new five-year vision for ICT in the region.
When it comes to the proactive management of their global AV meeting room estate, most enterprises are flying blind.
Newcastle has launched a free public Wi-Fi network in a bid to increase connectivity and information sharing between the community, businesses and the digital world.
Vertel, which uses technology from Nokia's Nuage Networks, has been listed as an approved supplier of managed SD-WAN services for the NSW Government.
The construction phase of the $10m smart city project, including the deployment of new CCTV cameras and LED streetlights, is now complete.
Newcastle (NSW) and Prospect (SA) have beaten a strong field to jointly take out this year's Smart City of the Year – Metropolitan award.
The former Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications is returning to the department to take up the top job.