Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference will again be held in an online format this year.
GUEST OPINION: As the world spins towards 2022, it is clear that the new year will see our reliance on cloud technologies becoming more vital than ever before.
EVENT INVITATION: InterSystems, a creative data technology provider dedicated to helping customers solve the most critical scalability, interoperability and speed challenges, today announced that it will share its vision for Innovations in Data with the healthcare industry at the InterSystems Virtual Summit 2021.
Financial services organisations are exposed to more sources of cyber threats than ever before. Improving the ability to manage cyber risks will be an extremely high priority for them over the next couple of years.
EVENT INVITE: With its 16th annual MIPS conference being 100% virtual and free of charge, Milestone Systems invites partners, customers and media to explore the future of video technology under the theme of "Shaping the New Next."
The VPL-PHZ60 6,000 lumen and VPL-PHZ50 5,000 lumen options are among the industry’s smallest compact WUXGA 3LCD laser projectors, both models are “optimised for use in small to medium-sized conference rooms and classrooms, as well as golf simulators”.
An Australian-founded claimed “disruptive” alternative to video conferencing, The Virtual Conference Network, has been launched to provide risk mitigation, improved flexibility, new post-event revenue streams - and “optimal cost-effectiveness” to conference organisers, business leaders and peak bodies.
GUEST OPINION by Jeremy Ducklin, Managing Director, Congress Rental: As businesses struggle to operate amid Australia’s COVID-19 restrictions, many are turning to temperature sensing technology to reduce health risks for both staff and clients.
Independently run YOW! Conferences brings together inspiring speakers, cutting-edge content and strategic networking opportunities for software developers and engineers.
The Chief Data and Analytics Officer Conference organised by Corinium took place in Melbourne last week, and iTWire took the opportunity to interview two of the speakers.
Cyber security entrepreneur and CISO adviser Jane Frankland wants to establish a code of conduct for conferences, saying advancing issues that promote women in IT will benefit the industry as a whole, irrespective of gender.
GPU vendor Nvidia is sending two of its senior robotics researchers to a major conference in Brisbane.
The next Australian DevOpsDays conference is being held in Melbourne next month.
Sydney’s Luna Park is 80 years old, yet successfully hosts a range of cutting edge events like last week’s top-notch VMware vForum 2014, with the Park implementing the fastest and latest broadband and Wi-Fi along with biometrics coming soon to make experiencing the park’s magic and fun smoother and better than ever!
Labor's vision for a fully fibre NBN is officially dead, buried and cremated as of today with the Abbott government announcing it has repealed the blueprints issued under the Labor government to build the National Broadband Network using fibre-to-the premise technology.
The opposition, I mean government, Parliamentary Secretary for the Minister for Communications has yet to learn the difference between governing and opposing if his speech at the Techleaders 2014 forum is anything to go by.
The Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association (ASCCA) is set to stage its 15th annual conference for senior citizens next month in Sydney.
John McAfee has dropped a bombshell over the weekend, announcing a new plan to beat the NSA with a gadget that would fit in your pocket.
Labor would support new laws that ensure more disabled people can access websites and digital content, according to Senator Kate Lundy.
Our growing mental health epidemic could be avoided with cutting-edge mapping technology, according to one leading health expert.
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