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ATO rolls out voice biometrics for online services

​The Australian Tax Office has integrated voice biometric technology into its mobile app, allowing taxpayers to quickly and easily prove their identity when engaging with the ATO’s suite of online services.

Written by Bonnie Gardiner22 Jan. 16 10:45

90% of all industries suffer medical data breaches

​A surprising 90 per cent of all industries experience breaches leading to stolen medical records, proving patient data theft is an issue that stems beyond the health sector, a new report said.

Written by Bonnie Gardiner14 Jan. 16 11:54

Western Sydney Uni undergoes Wi-Fi revamp

​Western Sydney University will roll out smart Wi-Fi across all seven of its campuses in a bid to provide Internet services to all staff and students.

Written by Bonnie Gardiner13 Jan. 16 14:52

Internet Australia slams shortfall in data retention funding

Internet Australia has criticised the government over the launch of its Data Retention Grants Program, reiterating that $128.4 million allocated to the initiative falls "well short" of the total costs incurred by ISPs.

Written by Bonnie Gardiner11 Jan. 16 15:23

NBN data boost for rural Australians

Rural Australians are set to benefit from a national broadband network data boost due to added use of nbn (the company) technologies and satellite technology.

Written by Bonnie Gardiner15 Dec. 15 11:16

Turnbull government announces $1.1B innovation plan

The Turnbull government has announced a $1.1 billion innovation plan to encourage risk taking activity that fosters a more entrepreneurial culture, supports early stage startups, promotes science and computing, and drives innovative research.​

Written by Bonnie Gardiner07 Dec. 15 16:01

Labor promises tax breaks for startup investors

The Federal Opposition has proposed new policies encouraging more investment in startups, and to spread innovation support across Australia and overseas.

Written by Bonnie Gardiner04 Dec. 15 15:48
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