An extra US15 billion a week has been spent globally on technology by IT leaders to enable safe and secure home working during the first wave of the COVID-19 crisis, representing one of the biggest surges in technology investment in history - with Australian IT leaders increasing spending on cyber security, despite struggling to find skilled cyber security professionals, according to a new global survey.
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.
GUEST OPINION by Debraj Chakraborty Business Development Manager, Network & Security Services, South East Asia, Rockwell Automation: One of the most significant changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic has been the sudden shift to telecommuting and the rapid adoption of digitalisation. As the situation worsens again throughout Australia, the possibility of further restrictions looms large and again the role of automation and equipment efficiency enters centre stage.
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