Microsoft’s annual event for IT professionals, Tech.Ed, will this year deploy IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) for the first time in an effort to drive education and awareness about the technology.
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Internet service provider, iiNet’s (ASX:IIN) has recorded revenue growth of 13 per cent to $474 million for the full year to 30 June 2010.
Surf Lifesaving Australia (SLSA) has begun the process of implementing a new IT system in a bid to make business processes more efficient.
A group of Sydney high school students have been awarded the first Young Australian Innovators National ICT Prize by National ICT Australia (NICTA) and the Australian Computer Society (ACS), for their entry which focused on household security.
The Coalition has announced it will spend $10.5 million on a National Cyberbullying Taskforce as part of its wider cyber-safety policy.
Networking company, Ciena, continues to hire staff to oversee its Australian and New Zealand operations, appointing Simon Barnard as its new account director for the southern region.
A Coalition Government will spend $90 million on PC-based Internet filtering software and the expansion of Australian Communication and Media Authority’s (ACMA) cyber-safety outreach program.
The Liberal Party's social media presence throughout the Federal election campaign has been patchy at best, hallmarked by a PR 'broadcast'-style approach and is typified by Opposition leader Tony Abbott, who hasn't bothered tweeting in almost a month.
Business uncertainty around the outcome of the rapidly approaching Federal Election has resulted in a decline in ICT recruitment during July, according a leading industry recruiter.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) iAwards, held in Melbourne, has seen Adrian Di Marco take out the CSIRO Tony Benson Award for Individual Achievement in ICT.
An IDC forecast has projected global IT spending to hit $US1.51 trillion in 2010, an increase on last year's figures as a result of economic recovery, but also highlights a lingering concern about an unstable global economy.
The Queensland Government has announced it will use underwater cameras to aid research into potentially threaten fish species such as juvenile pearl perch, teraglin and snapper.
The Queensland Government is implementing a new payroll model in response to the Auditor General’s report, handed down on the June 29, on the Queensland Health [[artnid:351475|payroll fiasco.|new]]
Telecom New Zealand (ASX:TEL) has made good on its plans to become a player in New Zealand’s Ultra-Fast Broadband network submitting a “refined proposal” to the New Zealand Government on how it would help deliver the proposed fibre to the home network.
The Australian Greens are taking a ‘less is more’ approach to social media in the lead-up to the election, claiming the benefits come from using the platform as an engagement tool rather than a distribution outlet.