The NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) has worked to improve access to its BioNet database, which includes data on biodiversity, endangered species and native vegetation.
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The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Canberra has announced it is opening a Masters in Cyber Security, Strategy and Diplomacy – Australia’s first ever course devoted to cyber war and peace.
Big business and startups must collaborate, rather than compete, to stay globally competitive, a new report said.
IT workers claim their companies are 'failing' or 'near failing' to innovate and adopt new technologies that transform their businesses, according to a new study.
Australia’s technology skills gap has closed by 29 per cent over the last two years, with at least a 45 per cent increase in online searches by job seekers looking for tech related roles.
From today, Apple Pay will be available in Australia for contactless payment solutions on select iOS devices, but only for American Express customers.
The Australian Taxation Office, Woolworths and Serco were announced as the winners in ACS Digital Disrupter Awards, held in Sydney Tuesday night.
New South Wales ministers and legislative council members were today invited to attend an innovation boot camp in Sydney, exposing them to the fundamentals of coding, robotics and entrepreneurial thinking demonstrated by NSW students.
The majority of Australian and New Zealand organisations lack curiosity, leading to a negative impact on technological innovation, a new study has found.
A new generation of SatSleeve models means mobile users in regional Australia can have 100% coverage where line of sight to the Optus Thuraya satellite exists, according to Optus.
Sydney-based EdTech startup, Fluid Education, has created a new app to better engage students and improve how they communicate with their parents and teachers.
StartupAus has shared its policy recommendations with New Industry Minister Christopher Pyne to encourage startups with tax incentives, double R&D tax concessions and extending the mining sector direct liability exemptions.
Robots may start taking over the workplace as early as 2018, with almost half of new companies set to have more smart machines than employees, according to Gartner.
Western Australia has appointed Giles Nunis as its first ever government CIO in a push to develop the state government's ICT strategy and cut costs.
The City of Melbourne has appointed PwC partner Michelle Fitzgerald as Victoria’s first ever chief digital officer.