AIIA news stories
Aus Government must support ICT industry as skills shortages continue
The possibilities of innovative technologies are not being fully realised by Australia's Government, and this is adversely impacting the economy, the latest AIIA survey finds.
AIIA pushes for Aus Govt to fund AI research and commercialisation
"The AIIA has provided feedback and advice on the proposed National AI Strategy, now is the time for the Federal Government to step up and commit their support.”
AIIA launches new skills hub to boost Aussie ICT industry
The hub was created as a digital skills platform to connect ICT training needs of industry and employees with VET, tertiary and industry digital courses.
AIIA welcomes Australia's new Minister for the Digital Economy
Australia's peak industry representative body for innovation technology has welcomed the Federal Government appointment of Senator Jane Hume to the position of Minister for the Digital Economy.
AIIA launches website hub for remote working support
The Australian Information Industry Association’s new site, Australian Business Continuity, provides support from the AIIA and its partners.
AIIA launches remote-working portal with support of Federal Government
The portal will provide information around teleworking technologies such as tele and video conferencing, virtual meetings and events as well as other remote business services that can be deployed at home, enabling business continuity.
AU tech sector salaries growing - and so is employee turnover
“High rates of staff attrition are a concern for the industry and employers should be focused on implementing strategies to extend the average tenure of their employees,” says AIIA CEO Ron Gauci.
ICT peak body’s policy focus pre-budget
The AIIA highlights the need to boost Digital Skills, Innovation and Government ICT Procurement in Pre-Budget Submission.
AIIA says Government needs to ditch 'archaic' voting methods & switch to e-voting
Why is Australia slow at electronic voting uptake? The AIIA says that with e-voting in place, we would already know the election results by now.