Dave Slutzkin talks about Flippa's Tech Fast 50 success, how to maintain innovation in the startup space and battling the Australian idea that failure is a bad thing.
Stories by Lisa Banks
The global CTO speaks to Computerworld Australia about government security trends, off-shoring data and the top three issues facing security professionals in 2012.
The United States has “no sense” about data security while public Cloud adoption is facilitating cyber crime, Trend Micro global CTO, Raimund Genes, has claimed.
The Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) has rolled out its new website and member database, also announcing its intention to release an iPhone app next year.
A computer science student from the University of New South Wales has won IBM Australia’s Master the Mainframe contest.
The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) has begun digitising and preserving its collection of Kenneth Tyler’s film and sound collection, with the project set to be completed later this year.
Corporate Express Australia has moved from a siloed troubleshooting management style to an integrated customer service and capacity planning solution thanks to the rollout of Splunk.
The Biometrics Institute has announced the launch of its international privacy charter, with the document set to be released next week in Canberra.
The Victorian Ombudsman has lambasted the former Labor government for causing major ICT project management issues, with a relaxed approach and inconsistent staff training causing many projects to fail.
Two Sydney-based technology companies have taken out major export prizes at the 2011 New South Wales ATS Patron Awards.
Founder and CEO of Punt Club, Jason Neave, talks about his growing business, innovation and why Aussies are making their mark in the startup world.
Melbourne’s iOS vs Android Hackathon event was held last weekend in Melbourne, with developers battling it out for $10,000 and more in prizes.
Mind mapping is in the midst of a shift away from its traditional roots and is increasingly focused on being more about collaborative work management, a vendor has claimed.
A team of Australian iOS developers have won $10,000 for their health focused app ‘Medic’, which provides non-urgent medical advice to users not needing to call 000.
A Canberra undergraduate student has taken out the top ‘Unleash Your App’ award after developing an Android app for public transport users.