Many of Australia’s small businesses have not fully realised their potential because they lack the skills, time or resources to invest in digital technology - or because they lack knowledge of the opportunities that technologies provide.
The NBN Co's latest attempt to put lipstick on a pig — the animal in this case being the network it is building and the make-up in question being speed — goes one step further than the "alternative facts" which its former chief executive, Bill Morrow, used to dish out.
A study carried out by AlphaBeta for NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, has found that this country is the seventh most affordable market for broadband.
A comparison of small businesses in mature NBN regions and non-NBN regions who use the accounting software Xero shows that employment in the former grew by a third and increased revenue by two-thirds, a study claims.
NBN Co says that Australians connected to the network "are twice as likely to enrol in online learning courses" and that older Australians are getting in on the action, too.
CSIRO's digital innovation group Data61 has announced the formation of an alliance to develop a national robotics R&D strategy and create the critical mass required to address large-scale Australian and international challenges using robotics technologies.
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