Information technology (IT) in Australia & New Zealand

  • April 11, 2018 11 Apr'18

    Australia needs to plug innovation gap

    Being at the crossroads of technological change, Australia should decide if it wants to be a producer of cutting-edge applications or be contented with just being a user of technology

  • April 10, 2018 10 Apr'18

    What Amazon’s ideal robot looks like

    Robots should be available at the fingertips and work in tandem with humans and other machines to improve task efficiency, says the chief technologist of Amazon Robotics

  • April 09, 2018 09 Apr'18

    Microsoft teams up with Japan’s JRCS on mixed reality

    Software giant Microsoft has partnered with a Japanese supplier of maritime systems to test the use of HoloLens headsets for training and maintenance work

  • April 05, 2018 05 Apr'18

    Microsoft outlines approach to intellectual property

    Enterprises will own patents and industrial design rights that result from new technology jointly developed with Microsoft, among a raft of intellectual property principles unveiled by the software giant

  • April 02, 2018 02 Apr'18

    Lawyers more influential than IT staff in cloud deployments

    Traditionally considered risk-adverse, lawyers are twice as more influential than in-house technology staff about cloud, research finds

  • March 29, 2018 29 Mar'18

    Most airports not protected from cyber threats

    The chairman of the Israel Airports Authority paints a dismal picture of the state of cyber security in aviation, and offers advice on what can be done to avert the next disaster