Researchers from Rigetti Computing and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia say they have taken an important step towards the use of quantum computing in the financial services sector.
Stories by Rohan Pearce
Victoria’s Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) is gearing up for a mega-project to shift its finance system to the cloud.
A security researcher has confirmed that the version of New South Wales’ online voting platform, iVote, employed during the 2019 election contained a vulnerability that potentially allowed the creation of false decryption proofs for ballots.
The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre has officially launched a tender process seeking a replacement for its Magnus and Galaxy system.
A lawsuit filed by Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) says that Google has made misleading claims about the use of location data by the Android operating system. However, Google retorted today at a Federal Court case management hearing that the ACCC is ignoring important context to the Android settings at the heart of the case.
The West Australian government has announced WA Police will train up to 60 drone pilots over the next two years as it adds up to 35 new remotely piloted aircraft to its fleet.
The Commonwealth Bank’s group executive, business and private banking, Adam Bennett, will leave at the end of January, CBA has announced.
Before turning to VMware’s digital workspace platform, deploying a hundred devices to end users would take Brisbane Catholic Education’s IT team days. But rolling out VMware Workspace ONE has meant that it's less than a day’s work, according to BCE senior IT officer Paul Saltmarsh.
The combination of Linux, containers, and the open source Kubernetes orchestration platform effectively represent a new standard as enterprises’ digital transformation efforts enter “chapter two,” according to IBM chief executive Ginni Rometty.
Red Hat Single Sign-On, which is based on the open source Keycloak project, and the Apollo GraphQL API Gateway platform will be the two key software components underpinning a Queensland effort to deliver a single login for access to online government services.
ASX-listed oil and gas company Woodside has become the first commercial organisation in Australia to join the IBM Q Network, which is focused on the development and use of quantum computing.
NBN Co has pushed ahead with two changes foreshadowed in the company’s second round of consultation on wholesale prices.
The government is forging ahead with a plan to have Internet service providers (ISPs) block their customers from accessing overseas-based gambling sites, which are banned under the Interactive Gambling Act 2001.
The Department of Defence is seeking to fund research into the interaction between humans and artificial intelligence (AI) systems, with an eye to better integrating AI into decision making by military analysts and commanders.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has filed an appeal over a Federal Court decision handed down in October that dismissed ACCC claims that TPG engaged in misleading conduct.