Dunedin has extended its free gig-enabled Wi-Fi network across the city.
The Northern Territory requires better telecommunications and tourism infrastructure, according to the government.
The Department of Communications is examining telecommunications services in new real estate developments, in response to complaints from members of the public.
The partnership between ASIC and Nuix has been extended.
If you would like to know more about workplace health and safety, you should attend the SAFETYconnect event at Rosehill Gardens in Sydney this month.
A Tech Talk series has been launched which explains the benefits of greater access to government data.
The winners of the 2017 Public Sector Innovation Awards have been announced.
The Brisbane City Council has terminated its $122m local government services contract with TechnologyOne, ensuring a damages claim and a counterclaim from the company will be heard in court.
Adelaide Lord Mayor Martin Haese will act as Australia's ambassador to the Global Smart City and Community Coalition, representing the eight Australian member cities.
Local Government Twitter Day will be taking place again this year on 1 August.
Nominations for the 2017 Local Government Information Technology South Australia Awards are now open.
The University of Adelaide will work with local government and industry on a series of smart city initiatives aimed at using technology to improve the quality of life in the city.
The New Zealand Ministry of Health is using social media to try and predict outbreaks of infectious viruses.
The global smart streetlight install base is on track to reach 73m by 2026, unlocking more opportunities for cities and utility companies to develop additional revenue-generating services.
The Queensland government's Advance Queensland Hot DesQ program is well underway, with nine out of 10 start-up companies involved opting to stay in the state.