Tech

How HR automation can simplify your life

Automation can remove manual, time-consuming processes in nearly all areas of business, and human resources (HR) is no different. Many of the...

Putting in the final touches: Contactile’s world-first tactile sensor

Some of the world’s most important advances in robotics are happening here in Australia. While interest and investment pour...

How to be Cyber Secure in the era of Digital Darwinism

2020 was an unhinged year for businesses on many levels, particularly in the cyber department. CrowdStrike observed an increase in eCrime activity...

Mental Health in The Disinformation Age

The recent Netflix documentary, The Social Dilemma, looks at some of the devastating impacts that technology and artificial intelligence (AI) are having on...

Leverage crypto traders lose over $US13 billion in 2020

Data from cryptocurrency trading simulator Crypto Parrot has found that cryptocurrency traders on Bitfinex and BitMEX lost $US13.47 billion in 2020.

Does a passwordless future ensure effective cybersecurity?

Let’s be frank—passwords are still the bane of our online existence. They’re living fossils, throwbacks to a time when a secret string of characters...

Fruitful business: how Ripe Robotics is transforming robotics and agriculture

Quitting your job and following your passion is more common on theatre screens than in real life, however it’s exactly what happened...

Summernats burnouts gain traction in USA

A ban on mass gatherings that forced the postponement of Australia’s premier car festival – Summernats – hasn’t stalled the event’s rise...

‘The Canva of eLearning’: A new platform to improve the training process of your business

“Learning is critical for everyone's success.” “Today, we are living in a world of continual change that we've never...

Mike Cannon-Brookes pours $78 million into green energy lender Brighte

Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes has invested $78.8 million into Sydney-based start up Brighte, helping fund the development of its new green energy...

AI in 2021: Transforming data security and process optimisation

For businesses across Australia, 2020 dawned with big goals and bold visions. The reality, it turned out, was very different, with the...

Morse Micro wins CES 2021 Innovation Award for game-changing Wi-Fi HaLow Technology

Morse Micro, an Australian start up revolutionising Wi-Fi for the Internet of Things (IoT) has been named a CES® 2021 Innovation Awards...

Innovation takes Indigenous art to the world

When COVID-19 hit Australia, the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation (DAAFF) team knew they had a vital role to play in not...

Why data should be considered a corporate asset

Successful businesses thrive on data. Whether it’s customer data, machine data, financial data, or metadata, businesses that successfully collect, manage and leverage...

Cyber security threats have increased, what can we do?

The rise of COVID-19 around the world has caused businesses to accelerate their digitisation to succeed in the new reality in which...

‘I like the idea of being a global citizen’: Anastasia Volkova

Dr Anastasia Volkova is the CEO and Co-founder of FluroSat, an agtech business that uses drone and satellite data to inform agronomists...

‘World first’ news media bargaining code introduced in Australia

The final version of Australia's "world first" news media bargaining code, which requires Google and Facebook to pay for news content, was...

Let’s Talk: Making life easier

Businesses are increasingly able to streamline workflows and finances through technology, lifting productivity and accelerating growth. However the right technology can also...

It’s gold, gold, gold to SWAN Systems in FoodBytes! Pitch 2020

SWAN Systems, a precision irrigation and fertiliser platform founded by Western Australian farmers has won the global agtech category of international start-up...

Data breach: plugging a hole to save your company’s skin

The Covid-19 pandemic has not only seen us change our ways of working. Cybercriminals have adjusted the way they work, intensifying their focus...