The Australian Commonwealth Games Association (ACGA) has hit back at reports that Australian athletes competing in the Commonwealth Games have been banned from using social media sites Twitter and Facebook.
Stories by Lisa Banks
Australia’s education system continues to be held back by traditional attitudes towards technology, a recent roundtable of IT managers has heard.
Educating staff and having a good business continuity plan (BCP) is vital if IT managers are to recover from the consequences of a natural disaster, according to ICT leaders.
Greater collaboration between business and technologists must take place if Australia is to become more innovative, Chairman of the Australian Information Industry Association, John Grant, said.
Collaboration and training are vital to the success of security projects, according to Westpac’s Chief Information Security Officer, Richard Johnson.
A lack of standardisation and concern over choosing the most appropriate technology are holding Australia's smart grid market back, according to new research from Frost & Sullivan.
IT managers have been warned to closely assess their vendor relationships as a wave of buy outs and acquisitions sweep the globe, leaving the market dominated by a few key players.
Less than six months after launching into the Canberra data centre market, Verizon Business has announced plans to expand its federal government business off the back of stronger than expected demand for its cloud services offering.
The long wait for Facebook Places is over, with the social networking site rolling out the location based social media platform in Australia.
More data centres are moving to using open source software as the prevalence of cloud computing grows, according to Dell China's president, Amit Midha.
Technophobic healthcare practitioners along with immature technology could be preventing the accelerated rollout of e-health in Australia, according to one e-health industry expert.
CSC has shared insights into the deployment of its social networking platform, with CIO Ben Patey saying C3 is still engaging some 55,000 employees a year after its deployment.
Protesters have gate-crashed the World Computing Congress with two individuals handing out leaflets and parading banners at the talk "what are the "big" issues in IP in relation to computing technology?" from Ralf Abbing of the Netherlands.
Moving software to the cloud will have an impact on the piracy industry, according to co-chair of the Business Software Alliance of Australia (BSAA), Clayton Noble.
Salmat has shared insights into the company’s move to the SME market, saying marketing across a number of different IT platforms has been the key to the company’s success.