Guide Dogs Victoria (GDV) is planning to build a Siri-style platform designed specifically to cater to the needs of blind and low-vision people.
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SUSE, best known for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, will “operate globally as an independent company” following its acquisition by EQT from Micro Focus, according to SUSE chief executive officer Nils Brauckmann.
A key Gentoo Linux source code repository should be considered compromised after “unknown individuals” gained access to Gentoo’s GitHub organisation.
The Australian Human Rights Commission has warned that bills to create a national facial recognition service will have an “unprecedented” impact on Australians’ privacy.
Scytl has won a $1.9 million contract to upgrade the NSW Electoral Commission’s iVote application.
ASX Limited, the operator of the Australian Securities Exchange, has released new details of the system inspired by Bitcoin’s blockchain technology that will replace CHESS: The Clearing House Electronic Subregister System.
Data61 has released an initial version of the seL4 microkernel for the RISC-V architecture
Sydney-headquartered startup Floodlight Analytics offers a software-as-a-service application that helps small and medium businesses, particularly those in the hospitality sector, make better use of their data.
IBM has begun offering its Bluemix Container Service from the company’s local cloud data centres in Sydney and Melbourne.
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank has rolled out eggPlant Functional for test automation, TestPlant announced today.
Melbourne-based ITSM consulting and advisory firm Macanta Consulting has launched a new online DevOps training program.
The Department of Defence has begun seeking systems integrators as it moves ahead with what it believes is the largest ERP program implementation by the Australian government.
The journalists' union has condemned as an attack on press freedom raids staged overnight by the Australian Federal Police.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner is seeking feedback on a draft guide to the interaction between so-called big data and Australian privacy law.
Bankwest employs software-as-a-service and public cloud services from AWS and Azure, but a private OpenStack-based cloud increasingly underpins the bank’s applications