The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) can today announce up to £2m is available for companies who can further develop surveying technology that...
Do you have an optimized architecture? This means that your solution maximizes efficiency and minimizes costs. You’ve selected the right cloud resources to configure the best storage systems, databases, and compute platforms—at least that’s what you think.What I’m seeing...
Paul Vinton (Vintek Group) Credit: Vintek Group Global IT services provider New Era Technology has acquired Australian systems integrator Vintek Group as part of an expansion push into the Australian and...
But these challenges seem unlikely to dissuade other Chinese tech companies from following TikTok’s lead, says Lin. “I do believe Chinese companies will become even more ambitious and stronger in the coming years,” he says.He also expects these companies...
A burned residence smolders from the Bear Fire, part of the North Complex Fires, in Butte County, California, on September 9, 2020. | Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images The state’s weather is becoming warmer and more volatile...
All the kids are talking about it. And now, so are government officials and corporate bigwigs. An app typically known for short, clever videos (and lots of dancing), TikTok has recently found itself at the center of international scrutiny....
Even when leaders proclaim in their townhalls that your organization needs to be more agile and nimble, they can’t mandate it. Your CIO and IT leaders may standardize on practices, metrics, and responsibilities that they describe as agile methodology...
Tom Malinowski told Recode that he’s working on legislation focused on social media algorithms. | Tom Williams Rep. Tom Malinowski has been attacked by QAnon adherents. He says Facebook’s ban isn’t nearly enough. On...
A lot of water has gone under the bridge since Australia’s National Broadband Network was conceived, changed, and ultimately implemented. What started as a grand vision (perhaps unrealistic) for near universal fibre to every premise in Australia wound up...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at an event in October 2019. | Drew Angerer/Getty Images The company will pay Illinois users between $200 and $400 over claims that it violated the state’s facial recognition law. ...
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