116 document(s) in Technology.
Miners to gather for state conference
MORE than 400 NSW miners will meet next week to discuss how the industry can use new technology and innovative techniques to manage risk.
Newcastle Herald 17/05/2013
High-tech alliance to promote region
WITH the ICT sector becoming increasingly important to the Illawarra economy, the region will be showcasing its knowledge services capability this month at Australia's largest IT industry event.
Illawarra Mercury 17/05/2013
Smart grid likely to roll on
Australia's nascent energy smart grid may continue to enjoy federal government support whatever party wins the next election.
Sydney Morning Herald 14/05/2013
Tech start-ups see Asia as new Silicon Valley
On Wednesday, 11 hopeful Australian technology start-ups will battle it out in a pitch contest at the inaugural Echelon Ignite event in Sydney. At stake is a chance to go on to pitch to the creme of Asia's start-up and investment community at the Echelon conference in Singapore on June 4.
Sydney Morning Herald 07/05/2013
Treasury says tax system misses digital
There is serious concern that Australia's tax system is failing as global technology companies shift profits into low-tax jurisdictions, a Treasury paper has warned.
The Age 03/05/2013
Getting ahead in the cloud
Can investors still make money from IT services?
The Age 01/05/2013
Focusing on 3D, fad or future?
Critics may hate it but the format isn't about to fade away, reports Karl Quinn.
The Sunday Age 28/04/2013
Spending big on big data
Big data. There's no agreement on exactly what it is, yet companies are spending hundreds of millions of dollars on it and claiming good returns. And when it comes to spend, a handful of Australian companies are up there with the leaders.
The Age 23/04/2013
Return to the core for uni tech
Mobility and the BYO device craze have ceased to be the top priority for Australia's university technology chiefs.
The Age 23/04/2013
Revive the body politic
[WHO] Mark Triffitt, long-time politics and policy thinker
[WHAT] Our political system has been overtaken by technology and is failing us
[HOW] We need a way to allow citizens greater participation than a vote every three years
The Age 22/04/2013