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Optus Business and Macquarie University are launching a $10 million cyber security hub, offering degree programs, short courses for executives and businesses, and professional recruiting opportunities to the private sector and government agencies.
IT leaders gathered for a roundtable luncheon to learn how business rules automation can completely reshape the application development lifecycle to give their organisations a competitive advantage. The luncheon was sponsored by Progress Software.
Researchers from the University of Western Australia (UWA) and the University of Bristol have made a breakthrough in quantum computing by simulating 'quantum walks'.
A former Sydney University ICT manager has been found corrupt, following an investigation by the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC).
IBM is recruiting eight US universities to help train Watson for Cyber Security, a new cloud-based version of its cognitive technology.
STEM skills should be taught at a much younger age if there is any hope of filling the growing skills gap, according to Hays Recruitment's A/NZ boss, Nick Deligiannis.
The University of Sydney has received a multi-million dollar grant from the United States Office of the Director of National Intelligence to assist in its research into quantum computing technology.
Australian universities are “the golden thread” that links the success of Australian startups and innovators as they bring together the best talent, research, facilities and industry partnerships, said Australia’s chief scientist Alan Finkel.
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