Capitalis, a market research company which collects, analyses and interprets commercial data, realised it needed to consider other communications methods after having to ask clients for their conference dial-in details to conduct calls.
Stories by Stephanie McDonald
The Australian government has welcomed the decision of the first general meeting of the SKA Organisation, which is co-ordinating the establishment of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope, to establish a science working group to examine site options for the SKA.
A team of ICT undergraduates from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) has been announced as the winning team of the 24-hour Cyber Defence University Challenge, which was held 3 April.
Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) are jumping on board private Cloud, according to Pieter DeGunst, director of ICT consultancy Tecala.
Online users and businesses could be in the firing line by the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) with its inquiry into copyright law in Australia.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) has announced the launch in a new 'Innovation Centre' aimed at trialling the latest in ICT to help the organisation better tackle crime.
David Campbell, technical fellow at Microsoft and general manager of its data and modelling group, told a Microsoft symposium in Sydney on 29 March that he is witnessing more and more people who are realising new value in Big Data. However, he said it is not just about being “big” but about volume which creates value for the user.
The Australian government has been certified to use iPhones and iPads for the transmission of classified information.
"Imagination" may topple "innovation" as the king of the buzzwords if a new experiment run by University of New South Wales and Canon Australia is anything to go by.
A new program has been launched by the Mastermind Group to support women entering leadership roles in the ICT industry.
The second wave of mobility is coming, according to Andrew Fox.
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), if adopted by Australia, could have major effect on innovation, the digital economy and competition with the country, according to an Australian legal expert.
Effectively monitoring data centres – their systems, applications and servers – can not only help streamline process but also enable quicker responses to failures.
It’s no secret that data centres are energy intensive buildings. With the carbon tax to be introduced in July this year, they will increasingly come under scrutiny for their environmental credentials.
Movideo has inked a four-year agreement, including long-term pricing, technical support and sales and marketing backing, to migrate its online video platform to Microsoft's Windows Azure Cloud for its Asia Pacific clients.