By 2019 the average Australian household will have around 24 Internet-connected devices — up from nine devices in 2015 — and we will spend $3.2 billion on connected devices and services by the end of the decade, according to newly published research from analyst firm Telsyte.
First we have new research that Australians want their customer service enquiries to be delivered by 'humans' and not automated digital channels. Now another study - just released by ICT services company Unisys - reveals that 65% of ‘older Australians prefer to deal with government agencies by phone or in person rather than online.
The federal Government has opened a new data centre in the Canberra suburb of Fyshwick that it says will save taxpayers millions in operating costs and provide vital stability for numerous government departments.
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