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Editors Note

Editors Note

Seemingly not content with constantly winning State of Origin, Queensland is looking to win the startup funding battle and has hired a Chief Entrepreneur. Also this week we celebrate a birthday of sorts - the Linux Kernel has turned 25, and continues to grow. You can read more about why in Information Age this week. 

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  • Monday, 29 August 2016

    Queensland hires a chief entrepreneur

    Seemingly not content with constantly winning State of Origin, Queensland is looking to win the startup funding battle and has hired a Chief Entrepreneur. Also this week we celebrate a birthday of sorts - the Linux Kernel has turned 25, and continues to grow. You can read more about why in Information Age this week.

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  • Monday, 22 Augustl 2016

    ACS outlines 12-point plan for open govt data

    The NBN continues to grow in availability, but the latest data shows that the number of people actually connecting is still well below the number of those who can. Also this week you can read about the ACS' 12 point plan for open government data, and a reboot of the Innovation Agenda.

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  • Monday, 15 August 2016

    IBM, ABS share blame for Census disaster and more

    The fallout from the Census continues with the Prime Minister warning that 'heads will roll' over the outage. Also making news this week, British researchers have uncovered a major vulnerability in the keyless entry system of VW group cars and Australia is getting a space boost.

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  • Monday, 8 August 2016

    Securing the census

    With the Census occurring tomorrow, we are leading this week with a piece by ACS President Anthony Wong on the importance of getting the security right when it comes to personal information. You can comment on the piece using your ACS login and we are keen to hear what you have to say. We also look at a new world class forensics facility and a new commitment from the SA Police.

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  • Monday, 1 August 2016

    US thinktank paints NBN as missing its mark

    The US based Technology Policy Institute has released a scathing assessment of the NBN, with a particular focus on Government intervention as an issue. We look more closely at the report in Information Age this week. Also, 3 of the big 4 banks have run out of patience with Apple and have decided to see if they can band together. What will this mean for payments in Australia?

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PAST ARTICLES

  • Monday, 25 Jul 2016

    High Tech Health

    This week we see encouraging news from Western Sydney with Westmead staking its claim to be the future of tech health in Australia. Also this week good news for STEM graduates and the Prime Minister shakes up the Innovation portfolio.

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  • Tuesday, 18 Jul 2016

    IFIP News

    This week we are pleased to be able to bring you the June edition of IFIP News. The IFIP is is the leading multinational, apolitical organisation representing technology societies from 56 countries and regions, with a membership of over half a million people across 5 continents. It is recognised by the UN and includes our President Anthony Wong as a Councillor. We will be bringing you the IFIP News as it is released each month, and hope you enjoy this new content. Also this week we have a look at new NBN contracts, Android Pay and the world of Pokemon Go (of which I am simply not a part!)

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  • Tuesday, 05 Jul 2016

    Life beyond the transaction

    Life beyond the transaction - ANZ's Patrick Maes in the CXO Challenge, Life beyond the transaction. but this

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  • Tuesday, 05 Jul 2016

    Earning the right to innovate

    Earning the right to innovate - Julie Bale speaks in the CXO Challenge, Earning the right to innovate

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  • Tuesday, 05 Jul 2016

    Field of Vision Implants

    Field of Vision Implants for the Workforce. MYOB CTO turns to the future of human augmentation. Field of Vision Implants for the Workforce

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