Laptops holding 30 years’ worth of applicant data were stolen from the University of Western Australia late last month, the university’s vice-chancellor revealed at the weekend.
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From August, travellers will be able to use credit and debit cards as well as linked devices in place of Opal cards on Sydney’s bus network.
Australia’s fastest supercomputer is about to get 10-times more powerful, thanks to a multi-million dollar upgrade to be delivered by Fujitsu Australia.
A hub providing practical advice to Queensland manufacturers on how to apply robotics and automation to their businesses is to launch in Brisbane.
A number of Australian businesses have been forced to close down due to losses sustained in a social engineered email scam, the Australian Cyber Security Centre has revealed.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia operated online stockbroking firm Commonwealth Securities (CommSec) has launched an app for people who are “new to the share market and want a simpler investing experience”.
NBN Co has today passed the milestone of 10 million homes and businesses being able to connect to the network.
Each year, Victoria’s Magistrates' Court and Children's Court manages between more than 300,000 cases – resulting in the vast majority of criminal convictions in the state.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia is using Google search activity to help it forecast household spending trends.
Microsoft Australia has signed a ten year lease on office space in what will be the tallest building in North Sydney.
Atlassian moves beyond performance reviews that “over-emphasise delivery of results and ignore behaviours that can take a toll on team health and company culture”.
Fujitsu has launched a Security Operations Centre (SOC) in Canberra, targeting federal and state government customers.
Melbourne Business School (MBS) programs are regularly ranked among the best in the world, with alumni including the CEOs and chairpersons of Qantas, Telstra, Australia Post and the AFL.
A Telstra backed platform which claims to hold “the largest data-set of people’s behaviour in the real-world” has raised $143M in a Series D funding round.
Organisations working with artificial intelligence and machine learning have an average of four projects underway, and plan to add 15 more within the next three years, according to a Gartner survey.