James Riley
February 5, 2016
The CSIRO will shed 350 jobs and redirect its research priorities as part of a major shake-up under new CEO Larry Marshall, that includes an organisation-wide ...
Michael Sainsbury
February 4, 2016
Roll, up, roll up. The great China-Australia trade mission is once again cranking up. The Turnbull Government will put the afterburners on with the promise of ...
James Riley
February 4, 2016
China’s southern city of Shenzhen has turned its lonely eyes to Australia, scouring the country for ideas and innovations and perhaps the chance to lure some o...
Michael Sainsbury
February 3, 2016
Telstra’s four-year old venture capital arm is increasingly turning its attention to Asia, seeking to add to its investments portfolio in a range of companies ...
Graeme Philipson
February 2, 2016
The shape of the Turnbull Government’s increased focus on R&D is starting to form. Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Christopher Pyne has an...
Michael Sainsbury
January 29, 2016
Singapore has come out of the Asia Pacific’s increasingly competitive technology blocks fast in 2016. Its all-seeing government is set to streamline the state ...
James Riley
January 28, 2016
There is a lot to like about Data61 and the unmatched ambition of its strategic plan, announced to the media a week ago. And there is a lot to be confused abou...
Elaine McFadden
January 27, 2016
Consultations are underway to identify the final three locations for the global ‘landing pads’ that will support entrepreneurial Australians, announced as part...
James Riley
January 27, 2016
The Commonwealth is considering a significant expansion of its DataStart program as an ongoing mechanism for finding data solutions to government challenges, a...
Elaine McFadden
January 25, 2016
Australia has strengthened ties with the US on cyber security, another sign that analyst and vendor predictions citing cyber security as a big ticket item to w...
Michael Sainsbury
January 22, 2016
Australia’s software darling Atlassian has been caught up in the New Year’s stock rout, losing more than 20 per cent of its value over the past two days. Th...
Elaine McFadden
January 21, 2016
The Commonwealth will start considering proposals to offshore chunks of its corporate services operations to lower-cost providers overseas in two weeks. The...
James Riley
January 21, 2016
There is a certain order of things that need to happen on the international front when a new Prime Minister takes charge in Australia. When Mr Turnbull took...
Adrian Herbert
January 21, 2016
Super funds will invest less in venture capital this year than has recently been anticipated but their investments in private equity will increase significantl...
James Riley
January 19, 2016
Consulting giant Deloitte did something slightly strange with its 2016 Technology, Media & Telecommunications Predictions by including a front-end section ...
Michael Sainsbury
January 19, 2016
If there was any doubt that the billions of dollars that has been pouring into the Asian technology sector was in danger of drying up in the face of the increa...
James Riley
January 18, 2016
Genevieve Bell should probably be cast in bronze at some point. She is a genuine hero among the many successful expat Australian executives working big jobs ac...
Michael Sainsbury
January 13, 2016
The world’s economic jitters – and particularly Asia’s – are finally being felt in the technology sector, which has been more immune than most in recent years....
James Riley
January 12, 2016
The senior public servant who coordinated the delivery of the Malcolm Turnbull whole of government innovation strategy, Heather Smith, has been appointed as th...
James Riley
December 22, 2015
Anyone working in the information technology and innovation sectors in Australia should be able to look back on 2015 as the year when everything began to chang...