Future jobs present skills challenges for young Aussies: report Australia’s education, skills and job markets will rapidly transform as digital disruption take effect, according to a new report which found that one in two…
NAB announces 600 new tech roles to bolster staff numbers Close on the heels of announcing that it would be cutting 6000 jobs over the next three years, the National Australia Bank has said that…
SwarmFarm, Bosch bringing robotics to Australian farms Robot technologies are predicted to bring new efficiencies to traditional farming practices as farming equipment such as tractors, sprayers and planting equipment become increasingly larger…
Inmarsat says new facility ‘revolutionises’ connectivity solutions Satellite communications company Inmarsat has  launched iMPACT!,  a purpose-built space that uses what the company describes as revolutionary, disruptive technologies to visualise and model complex…
EpiSoft founder Jenny O'Neill Australian start-up EpiSoft has closed a $1 million capital raising as it prepares to further develop its digital health platform and expand globally.
Aurora, WorleyParsons team up in solutions centre Australian-listed industrial technology company Aurora Labs is partnering in a joint venture with WorleyParsons to form a solution centre to service the mining, oil and…
Oracle takes aim at SMEs with Digital Hub Software giant Oracle is looking to move downmarket with the opening of a cloud experience centre in Sydney for SME customers.
SMEs take a hit on profits from Melbourne Cup betting splurge, says Xero The Melbourne Cup to be run tomorrow is likely to have a negative impact on Australia’s small businesses, with SMEs taking a hit to their…
Brett Johnson, Redflow chairman Australian battery company Redflow has set a target of 3000 batteries a year to be produced by its new Thai factory, which it is currently…

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