The Australian Web Analytics Survey is being conducted by a Sydney-based online analytics consulting firm to investigate methods by which e-businesses can be improved.
Stories by Liz Tay
The humble blue Ethernet wiring could be the solution to the cost and complexity of cables in the live music scene, thanks to researchers from the Digital Audio Networking project at National ICT Australia (NICTA).
Convincing business executives to address information security issues can be a nightmare for some IT managers. Liz Tay speaks with management consultant Jed Simms, executive chairman of Capability Management, about communicating security risks in a business-savvy manner.
The e-commerce industry is changing to increasingly incorporate the online sale of services and one Brisbane start-up is not about to let this business opportunity pass it by.
An underground community of Australia's "elite" will meet in Sydney for the fourth annual hacker conference, Ruxcon, this weekend. The two day conference kicks off on Saturday at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Senetas Security today announced plans to develop hybrid encryption technology employing quantum computing. The technology is expected to protect companies and government bodies against what has been dubbed cyber terrorism and suicide hackers.
Open source projects have produced some of the most sophisticated pieces of software while defying conventional wisdom about collaborative projects, according to researchers at the University of California Davis. The interdisciplinary research team, consisting of academics from the fields of computer science, mechanical and aeronautical engineering and management, has recently been awarded a three-year, $US750,000 grant from the US National Science Foundation (NSF) to investigate the open source phenomenon.
Trojan horse malware that provides its owners with credit card numbers, bank details, and other personal information has been discovered targeting Australian Internet Explorer users.
New SIM card technology launched this week will give parents, companies and even religious leaders greater power to censor mobile phone usage.
Developers at the Queensland University of Technology are working on a Ruby compiler that will allow the language to be supported on the .NET platform. Liz Tay speaks with Wayne Kelly, project leader and senior lecturer at the university's School of Software Engineering and Data Communications, about the Gardens Point Ruby.NET <a href=" index.php?id=1469832844">project</a> and his interest (or lack thereof) in Ruby, and .NET.
Melbourne-based ISP, Netspace will join the handful of providers that offer high-speed, ADSL2+ broadband to Australian homes. On Tuesday it announced that it has embarked on a national rollout of ADSL2+ technology, and expects to start providing ADSL2+ to new and existing customers within the next three months.
Eight of Australia's leading CIOs and technology leaders have come together to initiate the second phase of the Women in IT Executive Mentoring (WITEM) program. The program aims to address a number of issues which women face in the technology sector.
Twenty-four girls in Year 10 will attend IBM's Exploring Interests in Technology and Engineering (EXITE) Camp in Ballarat this week.
Imagine buying your best mate a birthday drink at a classy Sydney establishment even if you can't be at the pub with him. You may be somewhere across the world, but hey, at least you're there in ... spirits. It's all a matter of sending an SMS, thanks to some handy technology by mobile ticketing provider bCODE.
A project based on the open source software model aims to create free online textbooks for developing nations. Under careful academic oversight, the Global Text Project will produce 1000 textbooks for undergraduate studies in a range of subjects including business, science and arts.