3 major programmes confirmed following Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s meeting at the UN General Assembly
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The announcement coincides with group members meeting leaders including New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at the United Nations General Assembly to share the progress regarding an action plan in response to Christchurch's mosques shooting massacre.
Our role in GovNext-ICT programme is key driver for larger presence in Western Australia, says group CEO Greg Davidson
A visibly emotional Thunberg, 16, said in stern remarks at the opening of the summit that the generations that have polluted the most have burdened her and her generation with the extreme impacts of climate change.
Australian IT asset lifecycle management company says expansion is in response to demand from global partners
Stephen Barfoot joins third generation at helm of real estate firm
US Senator seeks "grand alliance" to protect against surveillance threat from China’s tech dominance
The senator believes Chinese companies will be required to aid surveillance of the US, especially as 5G networks roll out.
Brig Gen (Ret) Greg Touhill, former information security chief of President Obama and now Cyxtera Federal Group president, looks at the cult series from a different perspective
Cutting emissions is a challenging goal for Amazon, which delivers 10 billion items a year and has a massive transportation footprint
Facebook Inc said it would temporarily block users who break its rules from broadcasting live video. That followed an international outcry after a gunman killed 51 people in New Zealand and streamed the attack live on his page
France and Germany are the latest nations to come out against cryptocurrencies, saying they will block Facebook's Libra as it poses a risk to consumers and “the monetary sovereignty” of European nations.
Turns out AI isn’t magic pixie dust to sprinkle over legacy processes and legacy tech, but a fundamental rethinking of how to do business
A roundup of ICT executive appointments and events
The importance of building a digitally dexterous workforce calls for closer partnerships between the CIO and chief HR officers, reports Gartner
The Metropolitan Police will share video of its firearms officers training with Facebook to help the company develop technology to identify the live streaming of an attack on its platform.
From bank CIO to government ICT executive
Only by decoupling technology infrastructure from the business itself, can organisations realise the true potential of digital transformation
The Modern Workplace and Cloud for Good Awards are among the highly contested and sought-after categories
Organisations must ensure that their approach to 5G considers the influx of endpoint devices producing enormous amounts of information, as well as a holistic assessment of the storage, security and compliance of this data, writes Matt Oostveen, chief technology officer at Pure Storage
'We won't sell facial recognition services for the purposes of mass surveillance anywhere in the world': Microsoft president Brad Smith
"We won't sell facial recognition services for the purposes of mass surveillance anywhere in the world.”