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Leading US ICT company to establish Melbourne HQ US ICT company Tintri to establish Australian headquarters in Melbourne 30 ICT jobs to be created in Victoria Victorian Coalition Government creating environment to attract new ICT expertise and investment
The Victorian Coalition Government is seeking feedback on its draft ICT Workforce Development Plan, which will ensure Victoria is well-positioned to take advantage of the exciting and ever-changing ICT landscape, Minister for Technology Gordon Rich-Phillips said.
The Abbott Government is moving forward on its plans to enhance online safety for children
In response to the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook report released on Tuesday, Council of Small Business of Australia (COSBOA) is calling on Joe Hockey to keep tax breaks in place for Small Business to help keep the economy moving and rebuild tax receipts. COSBOA is pleased with the attention that Small Business has received in 2013 but this positive sentiment needs to be matched with action and policy.
Establishment of Adelaide’s ICT in Mining and Energy Hub has taken a huge leap forward with the development of 12 project proposals.
Cloud computing, off-shore data management and outsourced services and information, most, if not all Australian businesses have some form of data or information service that has been impacted by the December 2012 update to the Privacy Act regulating the collection and storage of personal data.
A new across-government ICT strategy released by the South Australian Government has an emphasis on releasing government data to create innovative community services.
InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) welcomes the Government’s Harmful Digital Communications Bill and is pleased the Government is moving to foster good digital citizenship. However the organisation believes more can still be done.
Consumer complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) reached a five-year low in 2012-13, according to the TIO annual report released today
The Council of Small Business Australia (COSBOA) congratulated The Productivity Commission on the release of the final version of its small business regulation report today. The report focused on the needs of small business and promises to change the way this crucial business segment is regulated.
Today Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA), Australia's leading voice for Digital Rights since 1994, joins a huge international coalition in calling upon governments around the world to assess whether national surveillance laws and activities are in line with their international human rights obligations.
Minister for Technology Gordon Rich-Phillips today invited companies to apply for a Technology Implementation voucher, worth up to $250,000, to develop the use of technologies to improve their products, processes and services and enhance their ability to compete in local and international markets.
The Council of Small Business of Australia (COSBOA) today congratulated the Hon Bruce Billson MP on his appointment as Minister for Small Business and placement in the Cabinet.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) welcomes the announcement of Prime Minster-elect Mr Abbott’s new ministry.
A coalition of Kiwi companies, industry associations and consumer advocate groups has today said no to government proposals to introduce what economists Covec say is a new tax of at least $600 million on Kiwi broadband customers.
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The ability of a purpose-built search engine to find and deliver an electronic “package” of documents to meet a range of information needs is proving to be the icing on the corporate governance cake for one of NSW’s oldest councils.
The Internet Industry Association (IIA) congratulates Tony Abbott and the LNP on its election victory. In order to achieve the primary objective of the new government: to create a stronger economy with two million new jobs, the IIA calls on the new government to give priority to:
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) congratulates Prime Minister-designate Mr Abbott and his team on their successful campaign.
The Internet Industry Association (IIA) welcomes the release yesterday of the Coalition’s Plan for the Digital Economy and E-Government and now “calls time” for an incoming government to take action.