The shadow minister who would become responsible for digital transformation if Labor were to take power in the short-term has voiced his concerns over the evolution of the Digital Transformation Agency, asking for more accountability for transformation from ministers.
A re-elected South Australian Labor government will invest AU$35 million in expanding its GigCity fibre broadband network, and will create a Department of Digital Innovation.
A little over a year after being permanently appointed, Information Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim is set to retire on March 24.
Samsung Electronics has launched a 30.72 terabyte SAS SSD, the PM1643, which boasts the largest memory capacity ever for a single form factor storage device aimed at next-generation datacentres.
Recently formed alliance intends to offer digital platform with commerce and IoT capabilities -- built 'by manufacturers, for manufacturers'
As well as sticking to their ecosystem of choice, Australians are lengthening the time between phone purchases.
Auditing and logging are essential measures for protecting mission-critical systems and troubleshooting problems. This policy outlines the appropriate auditing and logging procedures for computer systems,...
Vocus has brought in a first-half statutory net profit of AU$37.3 million, found a buyer for its New Zealand assets, made five sales on its ASC, and revised its guidance down for the full financial year.
Researchers at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics have developed a simple clip-on that enables smartphones to visualise specimens as small as 1/200th of a millimetre.
No, there's not a new security hole that gives attackers complete control over Linux servers. But, if you use a poor password, yes, you can still get hacked. Imagine!