Germany-based remote control and collaboration software provider TeamViewer has made its online collaboration software solution Blizz available for free to schools and universities forced into remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Australia’s Telecommunications Association Telsoc has repeated its call for the federal government to fast-track improvements to the country’s telecommunications infrastructure – including mobile and the National Broadband Network – as part of its response to the Coronavirus.
The data intelligence arm of China’s Alibaba Group, Alibaba Cloud says it is delivering solutions to local Australian university partners providing critical relief for Chinese international students affected by novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Australian Government has released a national strategy for blockchain technology aptly titled the National Blockchain Roadmap.
Late last year, in December 2019, a specially selected set of students from top Australian universities became the seventh set to complete Huawei's Seeds for the Future program, learning about China, Huawei and more.
A veritable tsunami of ransomware attacks hit Windows systems in the US public sector in 2019, with at least 948 government agencies, healthcare providers and educational establishments being affected at a cost estimated to be about US$7.5 billion, the security firm Emsisoft says in a report.
Victoria’s Swinburne Universty of Technology has officially launched Adobe Creative Campus status with free creative cloud access for students and staff.
Twenty four Australian university students will set off for China this weekend to take part in the Huawei Seeds for the Future program which gives STEM undergraduates an opportunity to learn about China and to experience China telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei’s global business.
Australia’s cyber security research organisation, the Oceania Cyber Security Centre, has called on policy makers, industry and research communities to place a greater emphasis on improving cyber security resilience to protect the national interests of Australia, and its close neighbour states across the Oceania region.
Global US-based technology and services company Synacor has announced its Zimbra email and collaboration platform added more than 100 new customers and expanded deals with 220 others in the second quarter this year.
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Twenty-nine Australian university students have graduated from Huawei's three-week Chinese cultural, business and IT experience program, Seeds for the Future, the biggest group of Aussies yet.
Australia’s innovation precincts will help drive industry research co-operation and economic growth, a new report just published by the Australian Government claims.
Data analytics vendor Qlik has expanded its academic program to more than 20 educational institutions across 20 cities in Australia and New Zealand.
NBN Co, Australia’s broadband wholesaler, is collaborating on research and development on new technologies, including robotics and the Internet of Things, with the University of Melbourne and the University of Technology Sydney.
University tutoring platform Vygo is planning a national expansion drive after a successful rollout in major Queensland universities.
The SWIFT Institute research group has launched its third annual 2018 Challenge competition focusing on data protection, for Australian students to come up with solutions to current global industry challenges in the financial sector.
Huawei's flagship global corporate social responsibility programme is called "Seeds for the Future". It takes top students to China for a three-week work experience programme, and the 2017 list has been announced.
Apple has today announced the global expansion of its Everyone Can Code initiative to more than 20 colleges and universities outside the US, offering App Development with Swift Curriculum.
Global technology and digitalisation giant Siemens has given an industrial software grant with a commercial value of its product lifecycle management software of $447 million to the University of Western Australia.
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