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Australia's ICT industry - Where next?

A cursory overview of Australia's position in the regional and global arenas indicates we are a developing country with an economy still largely driven by the export of minerals and agricultural products.

Written by Len Rust02 June 08 10:34

Making the right impression

The team has been chosen for the 2020 Summit. When Canberra plays host to 1000 participants on April 19 and 20, the ICT industry (our industry), will be represented by a mere handful of people.

Written by Len Rust07 April 08 09:32

An opportunity to contribute

A wide ranging review of Australia's national innovation system has been launched by Senator Kim Carr, the Australian Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science, and Research. The review will be conducted by an expert panel chaired by Dr. Terry Cutler.

Written by Len Rust25 March 08 16:22

Asia's public sector IT adoption shows strength

Public sector IT spending in Asia (including Japan) has enjoyed steady growth right around the region, according to Springboard Research. Based on its market analysis, Springboard expects IT spending to be $US51.5 billion in 2007, with the market growing at a compound annual rate of 6.9 per cent from 2006 to the end of 2010.

Written by Len Rust19 Nov. 07 08:51

What's in the next ICT wave?

In our technological age there is a special fascination with directions of technologies and their perceived impacts on our lives in the future. The Internet has been a driving force. The technologies to build systems to make them faster, capable of handling and moving large and larger amounts of information, have developed to help drive growth. New applications are appearing all the time to entice organisations into new ways of using IT.

Written by Len Rust16 Oct. 07 11:44

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