The second annual Women in ICT Awards (WIICTA) is officially open for business, with nominations running from October 8 until October 22, 2013.
Stories by Jennifer O'Brien
For one of the top women in IT, the path to success began, believe it or not, in an ice cream shop.
According to Intel A/NZ general manager, Kate Burleigh, the path that led her to a technology role came about, in part, as result of her early days in retail - and a first-job encounter that was less than ideal.
While the long-term technology outlook is bright for Australia's ICT (information and communications technology) market, Gartner predicts 50 % of technology suppliers worldwide will be extinct by the end of 2005.
The Australian parliament is taking a "markedly different" and "more restrictive approach" towards regulating unsolicited commercial email (spam) than its US counterpart, according to a technology lawyer.
Following in the footsteps of chat-happy teenagers, the corporate world will embrace the value of instant messaging (IM) in the next 18 to 36 months, according to a top Gartner analyst.
In a bid to capture a chunk of the $30 billion (US$21.3 billion) Australian telecommunications market, system integrators will need to "forge partnerships" with telcos, according to an industry expert at Carriers World Australia 2003.