The second in our series of articles featuring IT executives and the great advice their father gave them in life, as well as lessons they've learned from fatherhood (and have applied to their IT careers) is here, and this may yet grow to into a three-part series, but here's the next set of top tech commentary!
Earlier this year, iTWire ran articles celebrating International Women's Day and Mother's Day, celebrating female leaders and entrepreneurs, and sharing the best advice received from mums respectively, and we're doing the same for fathers and men this September and November, starting with Father's Day 2021.
MEGA UPDATED: More than FIFTY top IT companies in Australia have provided IT industry commentary on Australia’s 2021 Federal Budget, focusing on the digital economy, cyber security, business and more.
GUEST OPINION: 2021 has been touted as the ‘Year of 5G’, with mobile telecommunications through the 4G/5G ecosystem to continue providing all important connectivity, applications, and services that will help enable Australia to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
A major research firm has publicly questioned whether the still unavailable 5G service will have compelling enough use cases for businesses to massively uptake, and has shared its view.
Android fragmentation and Google’s “increasingly mute voice” are reasons why the latter company needs to “raise the stakes and engage with manufacturers”, according to Dr John Baptista.
On Sunday evening in Melbourne, the major sporting event was the A-League football final, the round-ball game's season finale.
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