Highly skilled migrants in the areas of ICT, cyber security, quantum information/advanced digital, and data science are some of the top industry sectors the government is targeting.
Stories by Julia Talevski
Issues over data handling and privacy are top of mind when it comes sharing data sets among government agencies.
The Victorian government’s shared IT services provider Cenitex will deploy secure cloud services from Zscaler across more than 36,000 users situated in 450 offices across the state.
Investing in its digital footprint across areas such as distributed ledger technology, exploring potential use cases for artificial intelligence and expanding its data centre has turned technology services into a meaningful business for the ASX.
Telstra’s net profit has tumbled 39.6 per cent to $2.1 billion and earnings before tax also fell 21.7 per cent to $8 billion for FY19 ending 30 June, as it sounds a warning to brace for an even bigger financial impact in FY20.
Data centre operator Equinix has promoted Jeremy Deutsch as its new president of Asia Pacific, succeeding Samuel Lee.
National body, Swimming Australia has partnered up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to use its cloud and data analytics services, backed up by its partner, Tigerspike.
Cabling issues, internet access, affordability and an economic review were some of the top line points for Shadow communications minister, Michelle Rowland.
The government’s swift move to pass new legislation on fining or potentially jailing social media companies and executives for not quickly removing violent content from their platforms, has been met with real concern from the IT industry and law sector for lack consultation.
The ACMA has directed 11 telcos to comply with their obligations that support emergency services across the country, after discovering their failure to provide accurate data to the IPND.
The next phase of the cloud landscape will be hybrid, driven by mission critical applications and underpinned by trust and responsible stewardship.
Australians are set to be among the first to be exposed to what UBank is calling the world’s first AI-based digital home loan application assistant called Mia.
More than 10 Australian federal and state government agencies have shifted their enterprise software support from Oracle and SAP to Rimini Street.
The amount of capital that a start-up raises has a major impact on the types of roles hired and the salary packages on offer, according to a guide.
The company building the national broadband network NBN Co has flicked the switch on a major upgrade to double bandwidth capacity along its 60,000km fibre optic backbone.