Participants in Australia’s National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will be able to purchase assistive technology to help them through the COVID 19 crisis and self-isolation.
Sydney tech start-up Devika has been accepted as an official partner and approved software vendor by HP Australia for the creation of end-to-end virtual reality solutions.
The usage of the government myGov portal has risen by 40% in the last 12 months, a statement from the Department of Human Services claims, with 500,000 users logging in on a daily basis.
The Commonwealth Bank and CSIRO'S Data61 unit claim to have successfully tested what they call a new type of smart money, using blockchain technology.
A vulnerability in the service portal for the National Disability Insurance Scheme has allowed a number of providers to obtain personally identifiable information of users and steal money.
Mother of software-based Dragons now breathing new life into disability sector is Nuance, whose newly released Dragon Accessibility software has gained the approval of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
The aged care and disabled sectors are in line for two of the biggest IT programmes unveiled in Treasurer Wayne Swan’s Budget 2012 which was otherwise fairly light on in terms of new ICT initiatives.
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