At this exciting time in our history, information and communications technology (ICT) has the potential to:
- change the structure of economies and social behaviour;
- facilitate new modes of learning; and
- reduce our impact on the natural environment.
Our future will be shaped by how these technologies are used to change the way we access products and services, and how we live, work, learn and play. As we move towards full and active engagement in the digital economy and the information age, we need a Digital Economy Strategy to guide our transition; a strategy that can focus the attention and efforts of key stakeholders in the region including Councils, educational institutions and development organisations on a consolidated plan to get us there.
Customer relationship management systems are the latest 'must have' in the world of digital business. The digital age is changing the way we do business. With the internet providing unlimited possibilities to prospective customers and the freedom to do business...read more
The Foundation for Young Australians’ latest report takes a radical new approach to jobs, careers and work. It is estimated that Australians will change employers 17 times across 5 different careers in their working life. The reality facing young people deciding on...read more
Friday 11 November 2016 at the Brisbane Convention Centre. CLICK! Digital Expo is a free event that aims to help businesses across all industry sectors and not-for-profits grow and prosper in a digital world. The program includes over 45 seminars, with topics to...read more