Registrations for COVIDSafe bubbling along at thousands per week with spikes whenever an outbreak occurs.
The initial courses provided at the Institute of Applied Technology will focus on AI, big data, and cybersecurity.
CS Energy adds it continues to restore its systems in the wake of the incident.
Together with Fleet Space Technologies, Q-CTRL, ATSpace, and Alauda Aeronautics, the South Australian government will develop a new dedicated space manufacturing hub.
Digital wallet giants Apple and Google may soon be required to hold Australian financial services licences.
The demand for digital skills is widespread, but computing skills are what will become a major need, according to the government.
The NSW Electoral Commission had planned and tested for 500,000 online votes, but on election day it just wasn't enough. Critics are not surprised.
Under proposed reforms, Home Affairs will look to revamp various concepts regarding when law enforcement agencies will be able to access data to prevent serious crimes and security threats.
Around 240,000 known audio‑visual collection items are expected to be digitised and preserved by Australia's National Film and Sound Archive.
Several buses, ferries, and light rail services in Sydney and Newcastle will used to investigate how a real-time view of those services can guide improvement for reliability, future network decisions, and repair work.
NSW's Spatial Digital Twin is set to be expanded over the next two years. Meanwhile, a mobile-friendly version is now accessible.
The federal government will now look to have all services digitally available by 2025.
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