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  • Want to attract top tech talent? Have a corporate scandal

    Just under a quarter of technology workers say they are particularly drawn to jobs at companies that have been embroiled in a scandal such as privacy breaches or sexual harassment allegations.

    Written by George Nott26 Feb. 19 12:31
  • How the Singaporean government is making digital transformation work

    When Chan Cheow Hoe joined the Singaporean government in early 2014, the technology landscape was pretty grim. Over time, the government lost all of its IT capabilities and there were instances where product rollouts, costing upwards of $50 million, failed.

    Written by Byron Connolly18 Feb. 19 08:37
  • IN PICTURES: Inside Microsoft’s new Sydney technology centre

    The Martin Place centre is a place for enterprise and government customers to work with Microsoft to “accelerate their digital transformation journeys” the company said, see demonstrations of “the impact that Cloud and artificial technology would have when deployed in their organisations” and send staff on workshops and solution sprints.

    Written by George Nott06 Feb. 19 11:04
  • NSW govt signs cyber, training, AI ethics MOU with Microsoft

    The New South Wales government has signed a five year memorandum of understanding with Microsoft, to collaborate on cyber security, artificial intelligence ethics, training and data-based decision making.

    Written by George Nott05 Feb. 19 14:40
  • Accessible device and app guide launched

    ​A guide to mobile handsets, tablets, apps and software for people with disabilities has been launched by the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN).

    Written by George Nott21 Jan. 19 15:47
  • Microsoft joins RegTech Association

    The industry body for the burgeoning regulation technology sector – the RegTech Association (RTA) – has announced the addition of Microsoft to its membership ranks.

    Written by George Nott17 Dec. 18 10:01
  • Sydney quantum start-up Q-CTRL launches first product

    ​Sydney start-up Q-CTRL has launched its inaugural product – Black Opal – which it describes as “the world’s first commercially available software suite designed to improve the performance of quantum computing hardware”.

    Written by George Nott04 Dec. 18 23:00
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