The federal government will undertake a competitive selection process for the provision of digital education, health and emergency services in region and rural Australia, starting immediately.
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The business model used by Oracle and SAP is fundamentally flawed and will lead to their downfall within the next decade, said Technology One chairman Adrian Di Marco.
With governments around the world extending stimulus packages as a means of dealing with the global financial crisis, IBM Global Financing has decided to open its purse strings and deliver a financial stimulus package of its own.
Researchers at a Melbourne University have come up with a “five dimensional” disc capable of storing 2000 times more data than a conventional DVD.
The Internet service provider industry is a rats and mice business that needs greater regulation and oversight said Alastair MacGibbon, former director of trust and safety at eBay, and prior to that, the former director of the High Tech Crime Centre.
The greatest threats to the Internet are not cyber threats, but the threat of inappropriate public policy, says ICANN president and chief executive, Paul Twomey.
Senator Stephen Conroy has used his keynote speech at the 2009 AusCert conference, held this week on the Gold Coast, to call for a renewed emphasis on cyber security.
Information technology and cyber warfare will get a significant boost under recommendations contained in the federal government’s $300 billion Defence White Paper.
The federal government has moved to fast track the development of the National Broadband Network in regional Australia.
PayPal will target developers as it seeks to expand beyond its traditional eBay boundaries.
Australia’s second largest internet service provider, Optus, will belatedly take part in the federal government’s controversial internet filtering trial.