An independent report urges the UK government to "double down" on its investment in AI and ensure the public sector is at the forefront of AI innovations.
In our annual Leaders in Technology series, we ask the experts what the year ahead holds. Today we talk audio visual with Harman Professional Solutions' Ramesh Jayaraman.
The Peplink SDX Pro is capable of up to 24 Gbps of throughput to handle demanding office situations, coming complete with two module slots and a built-in SSD.
The RAD Airmux family of scalable broadband radios provides high-performance point-to-point or point-to-multipoint connectivity.
A Coronavirus Mystery Case Tracker has been developed in Victoria, to help epidemiologists save time in contact tracing investigations.
In our annual Leaders in Technology series, we ask the experts what the year ahead holds. Today we talk communications with RingCentral's Peter Hughes.
Ensuring first responders have the best communications technologies will be the focus of Australia's leading mission-critical communications conference next week.
Cyber researcher Amy Stringfellow has won the ADM Women in Defence 'Rising Star' award for her research in next-generation technologies.
The Australian Government will invest $600 million into the Australian Defence Force's maritime communications as part of a new Fleet Information Environment.
The federal government has announced a new approach to technology procurement that will prioritise re-usable capabilities.
US state government CIOs report budget constraints as the top challenge inhibiting them from further embracing emerging technologies.
Tasmania Police has unveiled 22 new additions to its drone fleet, as part of the state government's commitment to keeping Tasmanians safe.
US state CIOs faced significant disruption as a result of COVID-19 but managed to respond with stability, resiliency and flexibility, according to NASCIO.
The recipients of the MAV Technology Awards for Excellence 2020 have been announced at an online event.
Over 90% of APS employees left working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic were able to maintain or improve productivity, a new survey suggests.