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The threat of climate change is real, and regular folk like you and I can play a part in educating others and changing behaviours - of individuals, organisations, and governments - with a solid data-driven basis.

Published in Climate

GUEST INTERVIEW: Promising a data-driven approach to help companies deliver content optimised for digital accessibility, SEO, marketing and more to turn content into revenue, SiteImprove is also now the latest SaaS provider to reach US $100 million in annual recurring revenue, or ARR.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Promising a data-driven approach to help companies deliver content optimised for digital accessibility, SEO, marketing and more to turn content into revenue, SiteImprove is also now the latest SaaS provider to reach US $100 million in annual recurring revenue, or ARR.

Published in Business IT

Canva is celebrating its customers' ability to design, schedule, and post content to Instagram Business accounts, plus seven other social platforms in one subscription.

Published in Apps

Google has refused to rule out the possibility that it will pull other services apart from search from Australia in the event that the Federal Government goes ahead and legislates its News Media and Digital Platforms Mandatory Bargaining Code which was introduced into Parliament in December last year.

Published in Technology Regulation

Spending on cyber security in 2021 is forecast to grow by 10% in the worst-case scenario, the technology research firm Canalys says.

Published in Security

GUEST OPINION by Sunil Chavan, Vice President, FlashBlade, Asia Pacific & Japan, Pure Storage:  As applications that draw on file storage have grown more demanding, database applications have become more sophisticated, and the web, IoT, and demand for analytics have caused an explosion in the need for object storage.

Published in Guest Opinion
Wednesday, 26 February 2020 09:43

Firefox moves to encrypted DNS for US users by default

The Mozilla Foundation has begun rolling out encrypted DNS over HTTPS for its Firefox browser by default for users in the US, but has no plans in place for other global regions.

Published in Open Source

The Web Foundation and the Science Museum in the UK are celebrating the 30th birthday of the World Wide Web, and as you'd expect, Sir Tim Berners-Lee will be at the forefront of celerbations.

Published in Development

Many start-ups need to develop a website or mobile app for their business, but if you don’t have a background in app development and you are short on funds, how can you do it and where would you even start?

Published in Development

Web founder Sir Tim Berners-Lee is working on a new approach to data storage that puts control back in the hands of individual users and provides a foundation for new kinds of collaboration software.

Published in Strategy

The CSIRO’s digital innovation group, Data61, has opened its new Immersive Environments Lab, a facility purpose-built for applied research into novel augmented reality, virtual reality and 3D Web technologies – industries set to be worth $143 billion by 2021.

Published in Strategy

Having started his IT company at 12, Alexander Slade is now 21 years young, studying at Uni while running a very successful SMB IT specialist as chief executive, with big aspirations for the future.

Published in Development

"The credit card is mightier than the firewall,"  says Netskope's Scott Hogrefe, referencing the ease in which conventional IT departments can be short-circuited, staff signing up for cloud-based services as and when needed.

Published in Security

Web-based ecommerce shipping solution ShipStation has launched an integration with Australian national parcel delivery service Sendle.

Published in Deals
Monday, 06 March 2017 10:35

Browser usage: Chrome soars as IE, Edge fall

Creating versions of the same browser for all platforms appears to be paying off handsomely for Google, if usage figures for its Chrome browser are any indication.

Published in Apps

The right to sell .web domain names has sold at auction for a record US$135 million, more than thrice the previous record for a new Top-Level Domain (TLD) — .shop which a bidder snapped up for a cool US$41 million earlier this year.

Published in Strategy

A group of scientists in Britain have developed a hyperdata Web browser that will make it easier for people to access and use online data about themselves.

Published in Apps

Cloud security software as a service provider (SAAS), MailGuard, has partnered with fellow security company, Southern Cross Protection (SXP), to enhance SXP’s core offering from physical security to include cyber-protection for its customers.

Published in Security

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