Stories by Liz Tay

Australian Panel Urges Talent to Return Home

Discussions of Australia's value proposition at the AIIA Borderless World Conference inevitably centred on what panellists agreed was the country's greatest advantage: talent.

Written by Liz Tay27 June 07 09:56

Sugar-Fuelled Battery Soon to Juice Up Portable Electronics

Fuel cell technology that is currently in development boasts the ability of extracting energy from virtually any sugar source to power portable electronics like cellular phones, laptops, and sensors. The new technology is expected to be biodegradable, environmentally friendly and more energy efficient than current options, providing a green alternative to current Lithium-ion batteries.

Written by Liz Tay05 April 07 13:05

ICT an industry of opportunities for AIIA CEO

Now is a good time to be in the ICT industry, but there is still more to be done for the industry to enjoy continued growth and success in Australia, says Sheryl Moon, Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Information Industry Association.

Written by Liz Tay02 April 07 08:32

Blogger spat rages over Sierra 'death threats'

Tech writer and prominent blogger Kathy Sierra announced on Monday that she would be suspending her blog and cancelling her scheduled presentations at the ETech Conference because of online threats of violence made against her.

Written by Liz Tay28 March 07 16:41

EXCOM's ITIL offering to cope with 'sleeping giant'

EXCOM Education, in conjunction with ITIL experts Contactability, has launched a suite of Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) training courses to cope with an increasing demand for ITIL certifications in the Australian market.

Written by Liz Tay23 Oct. 06 09:45

Australia to celebrate Software Freedom Day 2006

Freedom and Open Source Software (FOSS) enthusiasts around the world will once again take to the streets for the third annual Software Freedom Day (SFD) on September 16th.

Written by Liz Tay16 Aug. 06 15:46