Are sponsored schools the future of digital education in Australia?

6:39PM | Friday, 13 June 2014 |  IT giant IBM has entered into talks with key stakeholders to begin sponsoring Australian school education programs.

Latest app trends and what they mean for your business

5:19PM | Friday, 16 May 2014 |  In almost every industry there are innovators, ‘smart companies’ who are leveraging disruptive technologies to stay ahead of competitors and offer the latest and greatest features to their customers.

Melbourne start-up scene set for a boost with paid summer internship program

8:47PM | Monday, 19 August 2013 |  Melbourne University is coordinating a program to connect high-quality IT students to internships at leading start-ups over the summer university holidays.

Perth pitch night gives tech entrepreneurs chance to woo investors

7:13PM | Friday, 26 July 2013 |  IBM and technology commercialisation group LESANZ are hosting a pitch night for Perth tech entrepreneurs on July 31.

Want to know how something smells? Use your phone

1:19PM | Thursday, 17 January 2013 |  Want to know the scent of that fragrance you’re looking at online? According to recent predictions by IBM, in 2018 the aroma could be just a smellophone call away.

IBM picks five start-ups for SmartCamp KickStart

8:00AM | Tuesday, 28 August 2012 |  Tech giant IBM has selected five start-ups to compete in its SmartCamp Kickstart event in Sydney, where they will receive mentoring before the winner is flown to Beijing for the finals.

Vic Gov pledges $55m for biotech as IBM plans R&D hub

10:01PM | Monday, 17 October 2011 |  The Victorian Government plans to spend more than $50 million on the state’s biotechnology sector, just days after IBM announced a new R&D lab to strengthen Victoria’s ICT industry.

Inconsistent product data could cripple food industry: Report

7:44PM | Friday, 8 July 2011 |  Food and grocery manufacturers are being urged to play close attention to product data after a new report revealed that the cost of inconsistent data will exceed $1 billion during the next five years.

IT spending to rise globally but local companies still cautious

5:33PM | Tuesday, 24 May 2011 |  Research shows Australian CIOs are taking a more cautious approach to technology investment than their international counterparts.

HR warning as IBM faces $1.1m sexual harassment case

4:35PM | Friday, 15 April 2011 |  Businesses have been urged to build a HR infrastructure, regardless of their size, following the lodging of a major sexual harassment claim by an IBM employee.