Andrew Stevens has been named as the new 'independent chair' of the Consumer Data Right's Data Standards Body.
Six startups selected for Google's Launchpad Accelerator will undergo a three-month program at the Google's Campus São Paulo to implement the web giant's technologies in their products.
Samsung Electronics will open new AI research centers in Cambridge, Toronto, and Moscow.
Telstra's 'unlimited' mobile network advertising campaign has been found to be misleading and deceptive conduct under a Federal Court decision, with an injunction preventing it from continuing the ads.
Microsoft is starting to roll out its first Windows 10 feature update for HoloLens since 2016, and is making previews of two new first-party business apps available for the device.
Security measures and other IT controls don’t work unless they’re implemented consistently, predictably, and with integrity. The IT audit director develops and schedules internal audits to measure and...
Encrypted cell phones were a major obstacle to criminal investigation. The FBI now admits the problem was much smaller than they'd originally reported.
ICANN is trying at the 11th hour to make the Domain Name System and WHOIS legal under the GDPR. Good luck with that.
Optus has been forced by the Federal Court to pay AU$1.5 million in penalties after misleading its customers about switching over to NBN's HFC network.
The Bureau of Meteorology, Human Services, Education, Finance, Defence, Prime Minister and Cabinet, the Bureau of Statistics, Veterans Affairs, and the Federal Court all have high-cost IT projects being watched closely by the Digital Transformation Agency.