Federal Government backs $8 million smart energy device trial
About 5,000 households and businesses and 250 schools will be invited to trial smart energy monitoring devices.
Most popular tech stories
NSW Police dumps Bezos-backed Mark43 from core systems overhaul
Australian court finds insurer not liable for ransomware clean-up costs
Telstra deregisters 900MHz sites “hindering” Optus 5G rollout
ADHA extends Accenture's My Health Record support deal for $100m
Defence, DEWR drop $160m on Microsoft software, Azure
Case Study: Hydro Tasmania undergoes infrastructure modernisation program
COVER STORY: Multiple cloud models make security more complex
COVER STORY: What happens when Google changes its algorithm?
Metaverse Minutes: What are gas fees?
A billion dollars worth of connected TV ads wasted. The TV was turned off
Partners join Ingram Micro, Vertiv for cooking lessons
Bidding war to acquire MOQ Limited rages between Atturra, Brennan IT
Partners join Ingram Micro and Dell at their first in-person event in two years
Accenture, Deloitte, TCS top Gartner's cloud IT transformation providers list
Servers Australia discloses "malicious activity" impacting some Sydney services
Right to repair: Large scale IT buyers can influence product design... and they should
Five minimum features needed in your choice of a business laptop
Building a modern workplace for a remote workforce
Venom BlackBook Zero 15 Phantom
How long will a UPS keep your computers on if the lights go out?