A computerised oar that allows rowing coaches to scientifically analyse the performance of their rowing squads was unveiled at the World Rowing Championships in New Zealand recently.
Stories by Hamish Barwick
Since launching a month ago, the Melbourne Small Technologies Cluster panel has begun the process of issuing technology vouchers to small businesses and has approved 36 suppliers as deliverers of small technology expertise.
Software provider TechnologyOne (ASX: TNE) has announced a three fold increase in revenue, new customers and employees for its Human Resources and Payroll software.
A number of PCs and monitors are being replaced by the Department of Premier and Cabinet in Tasmania as its current hardware reaches end of life.
A high number of local cyber crime incidents are not investigated due to a lack of eForensic experts according to Swinburne University ICT dean Professor Leon Sterling.
A biometric driver licence system has been unveiled in Toowoomba as the Queensland Government begins replacing old licences to combat identity fraud.
The NBN Co has dramatically ramped up its hiring activity, posting an average of three new roles a day on its job vacancy site as its rollout of the National Broadband Network (NBN) ramps up.
Not including wireless broadband under the National Broadband Network's (NBN) universal service obligation (USO) plan means some users won’t be covered if services goes down, Swinburne University Smart Services senior researcher, Scott Rickard, has warned.
Statutory agency Centrelink will shortly appoint a panel of service providers to manage its x86 server environment as part of a two year server consolidation and virtualisation program.
Queensland electricity network provider Powerlink is to seek an extension of its XP support contract while it migrates its fleet of 1300 desktops and laptops to Windows 7.
A planned interactive voice response (IVR) system rollout by the Western Australian Department of Fisheries (DoF) has been delayed.
Victorian electricity distributor SP AusNet has nearly completed phase one of its rollout of some 680,000 smart meters in the state.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) is currently in the process of changing its existing IP voice solution in a bid to reduce costs.
IT departments have a new way of comparing Cloud service providers’ service levels and performance following the launch of a new free service developed by Compuware, CloudSleuth.
The Queensland Police Service (QPS) is in the process of upgrading its 2600 vehicles with cameras, automatic number plate recognition and an in-vehicle computing platform.