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Australia celebrated three winners and its most successful night at the annual Asia Pacific ICT Alliance (APICTA) Awards, which recognises the region’s most outstanding ICT innovators.
Federal Communications Minister, Stephen Conroy, has ended 2009 on a high, winning “person of the year” at the APICTA awards in Melbourne last night.
Children’s rights groups have spoken out against the Federal Government’s plans to introduce mandatory ISP-level filtering, saying it will not effectively protect children.
The objectives of the Federal Government's mandatory ISP-level filter plan announced today are still unclear, according to one of the companies likely to be directly affected.
Microsoft is taking the lead in the race to provide email services to educational institutions across the country with Western Australia-based Edith Cowan University announcing it will soon begin rolling out the [[artnid:194875|Live@edu|new]] hosted email platform to 36,000 students.
Two mashups of open access government data, <i>Suburban Trends</i> and <i>Know where you live</i>, have taken out top honours in the MashupAustralia contest.
The Federal Government's $43 billion National Broadband Network (NBN) could be substantiated if it’s used to reduce the cost of services in other key economic sectors, according to an OECD report supporting the development of national fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) networks.
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Australia’s patent examination process is set to be revamped following the announcement of a new trial which uses Web 2.0 technology to improve the quality of patents issued.
Blocked websites and outdated ICT facilities continue to hinder the education and potential social integration of refugees and asylum seekers incarcerated in Sydney’s Villawood detention centre.
The founder of the Australian High Tech Crime Centre (AHTCC) has called on Internet service providers (ISPs) to cooperate with each other and government to fight cyber crime.
SAS Australia and New Zealand has boosted its local offerings with the introduction of internationally recognised certification skills.