Displaying items by tag: digital inclusion

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.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Telecommunications consumer group ACCAN says it continues to have concerns about the technical shortfalls of the COVIDSafe app, as well as issues relating to public education about the app.

Published in Health

Digital inclusion in Australia is continuing to improve but there are still areas in the community where more targeted investment and development is needed to ensure greater access to digital services, according to a new report.

Published in Home Tech

Digital transformation for business was the focus for more than 600 attendees at the Fujitsu annual World Tour held in Sydney, with speakers examining how organisations can work together to create new possibilities for business and society through transformation.

The latest Australian Digital Inclusion Index has launched, powered by Roy Morgan, RMIT and Swinburne’s CSI, and our digital inclusion score has improved.

Published in Your Tech

ACCAN’s 2016 National Conference, ACCANect: Equipping Consumers to Stay Connected, kicks off this morning with a focus on empowering consumers to get, and stay, connected to the phone and broadband services they need.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

As part of the National Year of Digital Inclusion, the ACCANect Conference will "focus on how to empower consumers to get and stay connected to the phone and broadband services they need".

Published in Home Tech

A research project aiming to capture the extent of digital inclusion in Australia has been launched in Melbourne today by Telstra and the Swinburne Institute.

Published in Education

Cambridge Wireless Project helps city thrive on innovative ideas

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