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Michael Ferguson, Minister for Science and Technology Tasmania’s ICT sector has today launched FutureFest 2019, a week-long…Read More
NBN Co has announced the launch of wholesale discount bundles over the fixed line nbn™…Read More
Tasmania’s Peak Industry Body for the Information, Communication & Technology Sector (TasICT), has announced…Read More
Join one of Tasmania’s best design studios and help lead our team of developers delivering…Read More
Are you interested in the future workforce development of the State’s ICT sector? Do you…Read More
The Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarships Program (RRESP) has been introduced to improve access to…Read More
Thousands of data sensors are giving Tasmania’s research and teaching farms an agritech facelift. The…Read More
Shortly after this article was published in ACS Information Age, South Australia was named as…Read More
New book launched at ACS meet-up in San Francisco. By Staff Writers A book highlighting…Read More
Commissions First Enterprise Ethernet Service in Australia TasmaNet became the first internet service provider in…Read More