Stories by Kathryn Edwards

Lab man: Microsoft's Phil Fawcett

The world of R&D is a world in which anything is possible. Kathryn Edwards caught up with Microsoft Principal Research Program Manager, Phil Fawcett, to the past, present and the future.

Noble ideas: Google Australia's engineering director

Google Australia’s engineering director, Alan Noble, talks to Kathryn Edwards about the building businesses, following your own path and why government transparency is so important in the world of the participatory Web.

Merging markets

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank CIO, Andrew Watts, speaks to Kathryn Edwards

Australia snares 3 gongs at APICTA awards

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.

Edith Cowan University sides with Live@edu in email wars

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.

OECD report finds justification in NBN cost

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.

Patent examination process trials Web 2.0

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.

Technology fails asylum seekers

Blocked websites and outdated ICT facilities continue to hinder the education and potential social integration of refugees and asylum seekers incarcerated in Sydney’s Villawood detention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.