The strategic advantage in Cyber security remains with the attacker rather than defender. To complicate matters, there is a trend towards a quite different set of threats which the current suite of countermeasures are not well designed to address.
Industry To Classroom is a volunteer based community organisation of engineering industry professionals who are out to inspire Year 9 & 10 students into taking on the challenges offered to them by Maths & Science. They do this by creating a presentation structure for the student to relate the science concepts that they will already familiar to real word engineering solutions.
Today there are more mobile phones then there are people. Technologies including mobile payments, augmented reality and M2M communications are changing the way we interact with people and devices.
This presentation describes numerous solutions and applications SAP has developed to address some of these emerging concepts.
Three South Australians have invested $6M in a module plant that manufactures technologically advanced solar panels for Australia and the world. Tindo's manufacturing plant is situated in the heart of Technology Park Adelaide, where it operates a state of the art 60MW capacity production line.
Paul Budde gave a stimulating presentation on the international trends in broadband access and applications. His key points included:
The National Broadband Network is one of the largest infrastructure projects in Australia?s history and will forever change the telecommunications landscape in Australia. The NBN is expected to deliver high speed broadband services to all Australians no matter where they live, and through it, structurally reform the telecommunications sector.
This presentation provides an example of how the Cloud can be utilised to quickly establish an international business with inherent cost and performance advantages. It also explains why delivery of web content via the Cloud will become a mainstream way of conducting business for industries ranging from Banking to Television and beyond.
Early adopters have found the general case for cloud computing is clear; it's better, faster, less risky and less costly than doing it in house. But is it ready for the main stream business user and consumer?
This presentation assumes that an ACS audience is familiar with the various forms of cloud computing and so, while it will briefly address what cloud computing is and why it is so important, its major focus will be on what we know to be happening now in the cloud computing space; what is happening across the user community in Australia; and what are the issues that government is considering in
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