Many Australian small and medium enterprises are deliberately choosing to be late adopters of digital communications technology, despite being acutely aware of its benefits, according to a new study by the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
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More public agencies around the world are paying attention to the benefits open source technology can bring to their citizens. Just how does open source help?
3D printing may hold both promise and peril, according to industry experts. Our latest guide looks at how this evolving technology is being used, the benefits it offers, and the concerns it raises.
In the UK, tech sales staff -- not the customer -- often reign supreme, and this can be bad news for technology firms across the globe.
Talent International has announced the 2014 Talent Unleashed Awards to recognise and encourage innovation by technology professionals in the APAC and UK regions.
The NBN Co Strategic Review proposes that Malcolm Turnbull change the network into a hodgepodge of access technologies known as Scenario 6. But will this cheaper Optimised Multi-Technology Mix look as appealing during 2014 as relative benefits are weighed and strategies revised?
Benefits from the merger include better mining of data, increased investment in hiring technology, and better platform tools.
The National Australia Bank (NAB)'s technology transformation delivered significant benefits in 2013 – paving the way for even greater change in 2014 as its new CIO takes the reins of one of the country's most ambitious IT transformations.
International Consumer Electronics Show staff were in London this week to preview January's event and unveil some research into ownership levels and purchasing plans in the UK technology market
By weakening encryption standards, inserting vulnerabilities into vendors' technology, and using supercomputer-backed password crackers, the US and the UK are able to break encryption used to back technologies like SSH, HTTPS, and VPNs.
The amount spent using contactless payment technology in the UK is five times higher than one year ago, but the technology has yet to catch on in a big way.
Watching TV is no longer enough — we're tweeting, shopping and texting while we do it, according to a major survey of UK technology use.
Apple might dominate Samsung in the US and UK markets, but globally, the US technology company has just lost its lead to its South Korean rival.
The roll-out of smart meters across the UK has been delayed over fears that the technology required won't be up to standard in time.
Specialized GPS devices coupled with cloud-hosted analytics from Fleetmatics help United Worldwide take the guesswork out of gas consumption and driver locations.
Critical IT issues relating to the UK's universal credit system could leave benefit fraudsters better off. All part of the "digital by default" strategy, of course.
Despite all the talk of big data and the benefits of analytics, a significant number of businesses are still at a loss as to how to apply the technology.
Seven "catapult" centres across the UK are being set up by the government's innovation agency to help businesses commercialise their technology.
The UK may have had a head start on graphene research, but it lags other countries in terms of the number of patents held. Can new funding help it tap the benefits of the so-called 'wonder material'?
Contactless payment technology comes to buses in the UK capital - but be careful when you swipe if you have more than one card in your wallet...
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