There has been little change to the proportion of female employees at Australia’s technology and telecommunications companies, although the gender pay gap is trending down, according to new data release today by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.
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The first in a slew of South Australian government funded autonomous transport trials is due to commence in Adelaide next week.
AirTrunk today launched its second hyperscale data centre in the Asia-Pacific region, in Melbourne's west.
When it went on sale in North America in the early '80s, Volkwagen’s hugely successful Passat model was rebranded as the 'VW Quantum'.
New South Wales government departments have been given access to a cognitive virtual agent through its technology procurement platform GovDC Marketplace.
The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre has confirmed it is searching for a new executive director, with current chief Neil Stringfellow vacating the role.
The Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems (EQUS) was reborn yesterday, as it launched three new research projects aimed at building “quantum machines for practical applications”.
Australian fintechs have experienced, on average, a 208 per cent growth in monthly revenue since last year, according to the latest census of the industry by EY.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has announced customers will be able to log-in to its app with Face ID, the facial recognition technology built into Apple’s new iPhone X.
An Australian start-up launched this week is working to address the issue with a suite of controls that can stabilise fragile quantum systems, and “effectively turn back the clock” on decoherence.
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Vodafone signs multi-year deal with machine data analysis platform provider Splunk, to crunch and correlate operations and network performance data.
IBM has appointed David La Rose as managing director of its Australia and New Zealand operation, replacing Kerry Purcell.
Cloud accounting software firm Xero and software company Cogent will be giving paid internships to young women wanting to break into the technology sector as part of a Code Like A Girl initiative.
Australia’s second-largest credit union, People’s Choice, has appointed its first chief information officer.
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