Trade

‘Indo-need-ya’ a FinTech frontier

‘Indo-need-ya’ a FinTech frontier

Joe McGuire
March 24, 2017

Policy

Collaboration is key: Sinodinos

Collaboration is key: Sinodinos

James Riley
March 23, 2017

Procurement

Trade

Trade

Joe McGuire
March 24, 2017
We wade through the Jakarta traffic among the sour looks and disdain of fellow commuters. Disdain because we have a police escort. Out front, a police motorbik...

Policy

James Riley
March 23, 2017
Arthur Sinodinos intends making ‘collaboration’ the hallmark of his tenure in the Industry portfolio, and has recommitted the Turnbull Government t...

Procurement

James Riley
March 22, 2017
It’s Christmas come early if you are a technology supplier to the Australian Government, with spending on ICT increasing by 50 per cent to $9 billion in ...

Trade

Michael Sainsbury
March 22, 2017
The Chinese number two, Premier Li Keqiang, has arrived in Australia for a five-day visit that will include the annual bilateral talks between the leaders of t...

Identity

Beverley Head
March 22, 2017
The Federal Government is running a private beta of its digital identity platform ahead of a planned public test early next year. To use the service, people...

TelcoLand

STUART KENNEDY
March 22, 2017
MNF Group chief executive Rene Sugo wants the federal government to change the rules around virtual mobile phone numbers, and says the resistance by at least o...

Venture Capital

Denham Sadler
March 21, 2017
Control is back in the hands of Australian entrepreneurs and investors as the local venture capital market continues its resurgence, Square Peg Capital co-foun...

Policy

STUART KENNEDY
March 21, 2017
Expect much moaning and whinging from Federal Labor over the Coalition’s innovation efforts, but little in the way of actual policy until after the Oppos...

Policy

Michael Sainsbury
March 20, 2017
With the world's fourth largest accumulation of superannuation savings and a stock market dominated by the financial services sector in the shape of banks, inv...

Intelligent Communities

Denham Sadler
March 20, 2017
Innovation policy at all levels of government has to demonstrate benefit for everyday Australians clearly in order to have a chance of being effective, Ipswich...

Intelligent Communities

Denham Sadler
March 20, 2017
Smart cities initiatives in Melbourne mark a shift from top-down governance to citizen-centric policy-making, according to Liberal Senator for Victoria Jane Hu...

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Intelligent Communities

Denham Sadler
March 20, 2017
The technologies used to improve city services will require standards-based interoperability and security protocols to take advantage of truly smart cities pot...

Security

Denham Sadler
March 17, 2017
Two local tech companies have been certified to store classified government data on their services as the federal government continues its move to cloud storag...

StartupLand

Denham Sadler
March 17, 2017
The Victorian government has spent more than $2.5 million to bring one of the largest startup accelerators in the world to Australian shores. The investment...

Intelligent Communities

Staff Writers
March 16, 2017
Smaller cities like Bendigo present a huge opportunity to act as large-scale proof of concept projects for smart cities strategic policy planning, experts say....

Policy

Denham Sadler
March 16, 2017
The Snowy Hydro expansion is an example of how good cities policies aren’t properly realised until decades in the future, Assistant Minister for Cities a...

StartupLand

James Riley
March 15, 2017
You wouldn’t want to bet your house on the veracity of global startup ecosystem rankings. But if you take them with a grain of salt, they are a yardstick...