The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), has welcomed the Labor Party’s Startup Year policy, recognising what it says is the incredible potential Australia’s ICT industry has to grow and develop Australia’s economy.
Australia’s ageing population will see health services continue to be stretched in coming years unless greater efficiencies are embraced led by modern digital technologies that patients increasingly expect, according to the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA).
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has grown the number of education courses it offers through its Skils Hub to over 3,000 in partnership with education institutions.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is calling on the Federal Government to allocate $250 million in the May budget to ensure Australia becomes a global leader in AI (artificial intelligence) research and commercialisation and doesn’t fall behind its international peers.
The Australian Information Industry Association AIIA) says Western Australia has the capacity to move up the rankings in the country’s digital inclusion index and move ahead of third placed NSW in the next 12 months.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has officially launched its Skills Hub, creating a digital skills platform that connects ICT training needs of industry and employees with VET, tertiary and industry digital courses.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), Australia’s "peak industry representative body for innovation technology", has welcomed the Federal Government appointment of Senator Jane Hume to the position of Minister for the Digital Economy.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is partnering with the Western Australian Government to stimulate the local ICT sector across the State.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) says South Australia’s injection of $120 million in funding for the ICT industry signals that digital transformation and sovereignty is a key priority for the State with funds going towards projects that support an improved digital experience and further access to both businesses and individuals.
The Australian Government is investing almost $800 million in a move it says will enable business to take advantage of digital technologies to grow their businesses and create jobs as part of Australia’s economic recovery plan.
The Australian Information Industry Association says there is no clear roadmap and engagement and exit strategy for technology businesses in Victoria.
Australia’s peak body for the tech industry, the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the Queensland Government to partner with the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) to deliver critical skills around innovation in IT and cyber security in the State.
The Federal Government is investing $2 billion in a move it says will give hundreds of thousands of Australians access to new skills by retraining and upskilling them into sectors with job opportunities, as the economy recovers from COVID-19.
The peak industry representative body for innovation technology in Australia has underlined the need to look beyond traditional infrastructure investment by the government after the COVID-19 pandemic passes, adding that there should, instead, be more focus on technology infrastructure.
The Australian Information Industry Association has urged the government to appoint a minister for digital capability to facilitate both industry engagement and policy progress within and outside government.
The Australian Information Industry Association has urged the Federal Government to drop its plans for changing the research and development tax incentive scheme as the result of the coronavirus pandemic which is largely affecting small- and medium-sized enterprises.
The chief of the Australian Informational Industry Association (AIIA) Ron Gauci expects IT to become the second biggest ASX sector when a new S&P All Technology Index - S&P AllTech - launches in February next year.
IT companies have been advised to hang on to their staff in the new year, with the Australian Information Industry Association warning that attrition rates will stay high unless firms take steps to retain their employees.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has strengthened its presence in Canberra with the appointment of 20-year government relations veteran Simon Bush as general manager of policy & advocacy.
The Australian Information Industry Association has called on its members and counterpart associations throughout Asia to invest in the proposed new centre to commercialise digital health and devices into Indo-Asia.
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