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GUEST OPINION: As the world spins towards 2022, it is clear that the new year will see our reliance on cloud technologies becoming more vital than ever before.

Published in Guest Opinion

The following article was penned by former ABC Technology Editor Nick Ross in the lead up to the 2013 Federal Election. The article was held back from publication by the ABC ostensibly due to political pressure – the background to this can be read here.

There are many issues with the Coalition’s NBN alternative figures, but a prominent erroneous claim that keeps cropping up is that it costs more to connect to the NBN than the Coalition’s alternative. This is misleading and wrong.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 16 June 2015 06:12

Turnbull announces ACMA shakeup

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced a ‘review’ of the ACMA to ensure it remains ‘fit for purpose’ in an era of significant change.

Published in Government Tech Policy

iiNet has secured an ACT Government contract to build a free WiFi network in the next 12 months which will provide wireless coverage across 12 business districts in Canberra.

Published in Networking

The Australian Computer Society continues to beat the drum on what it claims is the on-going abuse of the 457 Visa system by companies hiring immigrant workers ahead of local ICT graduates or to replace retrenched, older ICT workers.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Saturday, 29 October 2011 12:23

AIIA shrinks and dumps CoMICTA

Australian Information Industry Association chief executive Suzanne Campbell says her decision to retrench seven people and reorganise the ICT's peak industry body is necessary in order to build a 'sustainable association.' She has also pulled the 34 year old organisation out of CoMICTA , a body it previously chaired, which was formed by Government and agencies such as CSIRO, to market Australian ICT capabilities internationally.

Published in Market

The NSW Innovation Council has released a 10 year plan that aims to grow the state's economy 30 percent by 2020, primarily in highly skilled high value-added industries.

Published in Government Tech Policy




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