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The City of Greater Geelong has chosen Nintex Promapp to support its digital transformation and modernisation efforts.

Published in Business IT

Indian outsourcing giant Infosys has joined forces with Australia’s Deakin University to develop a strategic action plan for research, innovation and skill development.

Published in Strategy

Australia's national science agency, the CSIRO, says it has begun the first stage of testing potential vaccines for COVID-19, with the testing process expected to take three months.

Published in Health

Australia's national science agency, the CSIRO, has joined the effort to develop a vaccine for the coronavirus that is threatening to spread around the globe.

Published in Health

Not-for-profit social exchange Infoxchange has developed a new program for the Victorian cities of Geelong and Wangaratta, to teach digital skills to disadvantaged youth and youth who are at-risk.

Published in Education

Telstra will begin working next month on the provision of mobile coverage in the Geelong rail tunnel, the company said in a statement today. A critical part of the work is expected to be completed by the end of June.

Published in Mobility

Mobile coverage on Victoria's five busiest regional rail lines is expected to improve with the government's Regional Rail Connectivity Project being accelerated.

Published in Mobility

Claiming to be "changing the broadband game with Instant Connect and 4G back-up", Telstra actually did it first on Valentine's Day this year, but Vodafone's solution is now available in five cities, at last.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The CSIRO and Victoria’s Deakin University say they have joined just a handful of companies around the world that can create carbon fibre from scratch, leading to what could be the next generation of carbon fibre that is stronger and of a higher quality.

Published in Strategy

The Pivot Summit 2015 is in Geelong on 28 October, yet launches tomorrow, 25 September at the RACV Club Torquay with speakers including Robert Scoble.

Ballarat’s Federation College has been chosen as the second pilot site for an IBM-supported school-industry partnership to help students enter the workforce job-ready.

Published in Education
Wednesday, 07 January 2015 18:39

Geelong ICT appoints entrepreneur as GM

The Geelong region lobby group ICT Geelong (ICT Cluster) has appointed digital entrepreneur Aamir Qutub as its new general manager.

Published in People Moves

Uber expects to deliver over 2 million rides tonight in what it expects will be its ‘busiest night ever’, so expect surge pricing and consider splitting your fare.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 12:47

iiNet brings 100Mbps to Geelong

iiNet now offers its Geelong HFC customers broadband plans with download speeds up to 100Mbps.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Wednesday, 18 December 2013 15:02

Vic government funds Sky Software support centre

Software company Sky Software, which provides cloud-based education solutions to the tertiary and private education markets, has secured $400,000 in funding from the Victorian Government to establish a Global Support Centre in the city of Geelong in Victoria.

Published in Strategy

Export success could ironically result in a Victorian software company moving its global support operations offshore in the absence of appropriate industry development measures.

Published in Development
Wednesday, 08 June 2011 09:49

Neighbourhood Cable rebrands as TransACT

Three years after being acquired by TransACT, the Neighbourhood Cable brand is no more.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 02 October 2009 11:46

Deakin's post-Satyam Geelong prospects bright

Deakin University remained an attractive potential partner for technology services companies seeking a strong base of operations and should attract an alternate investor to replace the failed Mahindra Satyam venture.

Published in Education
In a traffic jam, late for work or an appointment, cursing those who set the traffic lights to change to red always when you’re running late, or in a taxi and the driver has no idea of the best and shortest route to get to where you’re going? Well, some of your worries might be over from today with Google’s release of a special Google Maps traffic feature that gives you instant information on what’s actually going on with the roads at the same time you’re out there battling the traffic.

Published in Market




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