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Wednesday, 08 June 2022 01:58

Mantel Group’s Eliiza acquires otso.ai

Mantel Group, through its data, analytics, and machine learning brand, Eliiza, has acquired machine learning as a service provider, otso.ai.

Published in Market

AUCLoud in partnership with NextDC is lighting up a Sovereign Bridge across the country to provide government and critical national industries with secure high-speed access to sovereign cloud services.

Australia has a new Federal Minister for Communications in Michelle Rowland, the ALP member for Greenway in Sydney's northwest.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Global technology consultancy Thoughtworks has been selected by the New South Wales (NSW) Government to develop and deploy the “world’s first” digital birth certificate which it says will provide citizens with highly-secure, anytime, anywhere access.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Originally meant to be held in February but postponed to May 11 and 12 due to COVID, the Tech In Gov conference in Canberra has clearly been a success, with a packed expo area during conference breaks, and tons of top companies in attendance.

Published in Business IT

GUEST INTERVIEW: The idea of using private wireless networks instead of Wi-Fi, LANs or carrier-operated wireless networks has taken root in recent years. iTWIre discussed the issue with Federated Wireless CTO Kurt Schaubach.

Published in Guest Interviews

Independent Senator Rex Patrick has called on both the government and the opposition to amend laws governing telecommunications in Australia and make mobile coverage part of the universal service obligation.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

There is a large and growing demand for government services across Australia with the public comfortable using personalised artificial intelligence, according to the inaugural Publicis Sapient Digital Citizen survey.

Published in Your Tech

GUEST INTERVIEW: Bernard Evans, the sales director of physical identity access management at HID Global explains the company in 2022 and its moves to open doors into the government sector with a range of enhanced products and services.

Published in Guest Interviews

The Federal Government has revealed a plan to place GPS trackers on high-risk domestic and family violence perpetrators across Australia. This follows a trial in Tasmania which was regarded as highly successful.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Australia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for February 2022 has come out as 4.0%, which is a further drop from January’s 4.2%. It is the lowest jobless rate since August 2008 and the global financial crisis of that year and comes amid a further easing of COVID-19 restrictions.

Published in Local Government
Wednesday, 16 March 2022 10:38

Public hearing into second tranche of cyber laws

The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) has today begun hearing evidence from critical industries and government agencies on proposed new laws to protect Australia’s infrastructure from sophisticated cyber attacks.

Published in Security

GUEST INTERVIEW: Delv have been industry-leading experts in mobility, security and managed services since 2006, providing technology innovation across a range of industries and high-profile Government agencies and large public sector companies, and its CEO, Masseh Haidary, joined us at iTWireTV to explain more.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Delv have been industry-leading experts in mobility, security and managed services since 2006, providing technology innovation across a range of industries and high-profile Government agencies and large public sector companies, and its CEO, Masseh Haidary, joined us at iTWireTV to explain more.

Published in Business IT

With tensions mounting in Ukraine, the New York Department of Financial Services and the European Central Bank are alerting governments, businesses, and financial institutions to prepare for a possible state-sponsored cyber attack from Russia.

Published in Security

Australian federal government agencies have less than five months to comply with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) mandate to adopt e-invoicing by 1 July 2022, which will be a game-changer for government and business across the country and may help the nation’s economic recovery, according to SAP Concur.

Published in Government Tech Policy

WeChat has over 1.2 billion active users, predominantly in mainline China, but also throughout the world. The Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, was one of these until recently. The Prime Minister's Office began experiencing access issues before the account turned up as "Australian-Chinese New Life." Senior government politicians have accused China's government of foreign interference.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Telecoms industry peak body Communications Alliance has called for the Federal Government to undertake a regulatory impact assessment of the costs and benefits flowing from its decision today to designate telecommunications as an industry sector that will be subject to the Consumer Data Right (CDR) regime.

Published in Technology Regulation

From the SolarWinds attacks throughout last year to the influx of Apache Log4j vulnerability exploitations, the 2022 Security Report conducted by Check Point Research reveals the key attack vectors and techniques in 2021.

Published in Security

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