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  • NEC files lawsuit over axed biometrics project

    NEC Australia has filed a lawsuit against over the cancellation of the government's Biometric Identification Services (BIS) project.

    Written by Eleanor Dickinson19 July 19 15:24
  • NEC's facial recognition used to prevent examination fraud

    NEC Australia has been selected by Melbourne firm Genix Ventures to trial its facial recognition software and identify people brought into examinations as a substitute for the actual student.

    Written by Samira Sarraf20 May 19 10:40
  • In pictures: How AI will shape your organisation's future

    IT leaders gathered in Perth last week to discover how artificial intelligence technologies are solving business problems across many industries today, and which solutions will dominate the landscape in the future. The luncheon was sponsored by NEC.

    Written by Byron Connolly25 Oct. 17 10:07
  • Aussie tech companies take tax report to task

    Dicker Data is among the local technology companies that have moved to clarify their tax stance after the ATO released its latest tax transparency report.

    Written by Leon Spencer13 Dec. 16 15:01
  • NT Department of Education to launch ICT support portal

    The Northern Territory Department of Education (DoE) is rolling out a ICT support portal called iCentre, which will provide staff with information including the status of IT networks, bandwidth, applications and servers at the click of a button.

    Written by Hamish Barwick15 Oct. 14 10:40
  • NEC to provide ICT support to MPs and senators

    NEC Australia won a three-year contract with the Department of Parliamentary Services to provide managed ICT services and support to 260 electorate offices of Australian senators and members of Parliament across the country.

    Written by Adam Bender27 May 13 12:08
  • NEC Australia creates CTO role

    Former NEC Australia enterprise IT architect technology strategist Tasso Mangos has been promoted to the newly created role of CTO.

    Written by Hamish Barwick30 April 13 11:46
  • Seniors gain broadband, PCs in $15 million program

    NEC Australia has completed rolling out the Federal Government’s $15 million Broadband for Seniors initiative, marked by the installation of the 2000th live site in Victoria last week.

    Written by Computerworld Staff21 Feb. 11 11:43