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...
Michael Sainsbury
December 22, 2015
Quite unexpectedly, Malcolm Turnbull made a quick dash to Tokyo last week for a one day visit to see his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe: his first visit to No...
James Riley
December 21, 2015
The Victorian Government must surely be  comfortable front-runners in the competition between states to host the Commonwealth’s newly-announced $30 million Cybe...
James Riley
December 21, 2015
The $75 million in additional spending for the Data61 unit of the CSIRO, announced by the Prime Minister this month, is not a re-instatement of the original NI...
James Riley
December 16, 2015
The Turnbull Government has taken its first cautious steps toward an overdue reformation of tech procurement practices, with opportunities creaking open for lo...
David Havyatt
December 15, 2015
When Malcolm Turnbull was releasing his Innovation and Science Agenda your correspondent was attending the annual conference of the Australian Society of Heter...
Elaine McFadden
December 15, 2015
The ever-flourishing Fintech scene is beginning to see a shift away from predominantly disruptive technology companies, to more enabling technology companies –...
James Riley
December 15, 2015
The thing about giant policy announcements is that they invariably generate as many questions as they answer. This is especially the case when the policy is de...
Beverley Head
December 15, 2015
Providing open access to government data can impact national economies to the tune of 2 per cent of GDP, and providing data access should be viewed not as a re...
James Riley
December 12, 2015
Education ministers have endorsed a national approach to improving both the teaching and take-up of science, technology, engineering and maths subjects at Aust...
David Havyatt
December 10, 2015
InnovationAus.com recently posed the question “ Does innovation need connectivity? ” Leigh Sales on ABC TVs 7:30 program had a crack at asking Prime Minist...
ANNICK BERTINI
December 9, 2015
With the much anticipated announcement of the Innovation Statement in Canberra on Monday, it’s clear Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull wants to drive Australia i...
TONY SURTEES
December 9, 2015
This week it's all been about ‘innovation’. It is simply not possible to overestimate the importance of the Australian National Innovation and Science Agenda. ...