Kiandra builds new a field app for Get Skilled Access
The company is to the Field – an online job platform designed to connect people with disabilities to employers in a way that hasn’t been done before.
Edith Cowan University implements Boomi AtomSphere
Edith Cowan University (ECU) has begun using the Boomi AtomSphere Platform to create a digital framework that promotes data access and sharing throughout the university.
Why telco-independent SD-WAN is vital in the current market
Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) has emerged as the industry-leading approach enterprises are using to power their networks. In the current global climate, why is telco-independent SD-WAN the way forward?
Vertiv recognises outstanding 2021 ANZ channel partners
Vertiv has recognised the exceptional contributions that its Australia and New Zealand channel partners made to its IT and mechanical and electrical (M&E) businesses in 2021.
Information management capabilities to meet privacy requirements
Organisations with customers or operations across more than one country face a spate of new and proposed privacy and data protection laws.
Kacific’s Christian Patouraux named CEO of the Year
Telecom Review has named Kacific’s Christian Patouraux as CEO of the Year for Wholesale & Capacity, also acknowledging the company’s overall achievements.
Tennis for everyone: Putting the ‘S’ in ESG through tech-enabled accessibility
Between extinction rebellion and COP26 our environmental concerns as a society - and the role of the private sector in addressing these concerns - has been laid bare.
Digital (in)accessibility down under: Why Australia lags behind New Zealand
Infosys reveals that Australia is behind New Zealand when it comes to ensuring all digital properties are accessible.
Infosys: Digital accessibility still needs work in ANZ region
“It’s important for organisations to build digital assets and services that are born accessible. The business case, ethical case, and social good case all support this."
Microsoft pledges to bridge 'disability divide' with renewed commitment to accessibility
Microsoft says it’s doubling down on accessibility in order to bridge what the World Bank has dubbed the ‘disability divide’.
Workbridges launches digital platform for disabled business owners
Grow Digital aims to help disabled small business owners improve their digital business presence and growth.
auticon highlight benefits of cognitive diversity on Disabilities Day
A timely reminder that many people on the autism spectrum are able to bring new ways of thinking and problem-solving to tech challenges.
OutSystems revamps partner programme
The changes have been made to suit the companies partners including integrators, MSPs, ISVs, and solution providers.
How CSOs can ensure security and productivity remain resilient during challenging times
The CSO role has and always will involve managing risk, no matter what challenges a company is facing.
Humanforce designs accessibility-compliant app for those with disabilities
“Employers can be doing much more to make the workplace more inclusive for the people with a disability currently working and also to increase employment of the many people with a disability looking for work."
Study: 'Inclusive design' key to serving customer diversity
Businesses that build products and services with an ‘inclusive’ design are more likely to reach four times the number of intended consumers than those that don’t.
Ruckus and Easyweb to roll out free WiFi across NT
Once implemented, this project will help improve the ability of local businesses to advertise tours and services.
Progress keeps UI development accessible with latest release
Progress’ Kendo UI offers full support for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 compliance.