Skilled software developers have been cited by Australian businesses as the most difficult group to recruit in a recent survey.
Stories by George Nott
The state government-backed Jobs for NSW is seeking partners to deliver a “supersized” start-up hub in or near Sydney’s CBD.
Gartner has dialled back its forecasts for the expected number of Internet of Things devices shipped, and the amount spent on them in 2020.
Last month, global audit firm PwC posted a vacancy for an “AI Guru” at its Sydney office. The position required data analytics knowledge, experience in supervised and unsupervised machine learning, with basic programming and database ability an advantage.
The cool, salty waters off Tasmania’s south-east coast offer the perfect conditions for farming fish. And some of the toughest in which to set up an IoT network.
The launch was extravagant. Dancers and singers were hired to perform a specially choreographed musical number. A bespoke stage was constructed to look like a giant laptop. Kindles and iPads were given away as spot prizes.
Trials now complete, the federal government agencies that were early adopters of IBM’s cognitive computing platform Watson are considering its future use.
Westpac Group is increasing its stake in QuintessenceLabs to enable the homegrown quantum cyber security company to further expand its global reach.
The Garvan Institute of Medical Research – home of Australia’s first clinical whole-genome sequencing service – is seeking a new CIO.
Auggd’s Rob Lang has a sweet business card. As you might expect for the CEO of an augmented reality agency, it features a pop-up holographic representation of himself. But he probably won’t let you see it. Not yet.
Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced reforms to MPs expenses, including an overhaul of the “antiquated” IT system currently in use.
ANZ bank will automatically update customers’ digital wallets with replacement card details if they report a card lost or stolen.
Australian telco United Networks listed on the Australian Securities Exchange today following an IPO that raised more than $7 million.
Free public Wi-Fi providers are bamboozling users with lengthy terms and conditions that fail to inform them of the security risks involved in access, according to RMIT University researchers.
Calls for Australia’s biggest banks to open up access to customer data could prove a double-edged sword for the fintech industry and further entrench the dominance of the ‘Big Four’, says ANZ’s general manager of data, Darren Abbruzzese.