The 1200 new jobs will significantly increase the company’s local headcount, which currently stands at 4400.
Stories by George Nott
A coupler developed by researchers at Macquarie University Photonics Research Centre has enabled transmission of more than a petabit of data per second down an optical fibre as fine as a human hair.
KPMG today launched a tool to help traders of cryptocurrencies better understand their tax liabilities.
Former Yahoo7 chief technology officer Paul Russell has been appointed CTO of media monitoring and data company Isentia.
It could be a scene from almost any city start-up office on a Friday afternoon, except the workers here have been flown in from five continents, and will eat tonight at Sydney’s most expensive restaurants before wandering back to their beds at the five star Westin hotel over the road.
Everyone from bedroom hackers to nation states is trying to hack Oracle, its chief executive officer Mark Hurd has told Computerworld.
Garry Kasparov is probably as famous for the thousands of matches he won during his 15 year reign as world chess champion as the one match he lost, in 1997, to IBM’s chess-playing computer Deep Blue.
Applying for life insurance is a long and often frustrating process. Thousands of questions on seemingly every medical condition ever suffered – except yours. Or so it appears.
Staff at Google Australia’s headquarters in Sydney staged a walkout in protest of the company’s “workplace that doesn’t work for everyone”.
“We can now propose a pathway to build robust entangled states for logic gates using protected pairs of photons,” says Dr Andrea Blanco-Redondo from Sydney Nano Institute.
In response no doubt to the huge amount of interest it receives from chief information officers about the technology, Gartner hosted eight sessions on blockchain at it's annual Symposium event on the Gold Coast this week.
Implementing the blockchain-inspired system is not the end game. It is just the beginning says CIO.
At its annual San Francisco OpenWorld conference last week, Oracle announced it would soon be launching four supply chain use case focused blockchain applications. And it won't be stopping there.
Michael Keenan used his keynote speech at the Gartner Symposium to have a dig at those who put forward "catastrophic scenarios" about government tech roll-outs.
"Blockchain in supply chain is a technology looking for a use case. I think the apps are Oracle’s attempt to create that use case."