In the latest in his regular series of video blogs looking at technology trends, Chief Technology Officer Dr Hugh Bradlow says Intelligent Transport Systems could be the answer to easing congested roads and public transport woes.
Today we are proud to be recognising the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia.
This day raises awareness of unacceptable behaviour against the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex (GLBTI) community, and celebrates the diversity of sexual and gender identities.
It also commemorates the day the World Health Organisation stopped referring to homosexuality as a mental disorder – on 17 May 1990.
Last night I was lucky enough to attend the Supply Nation’s Gala Dinner in Melbourne to celebrate achievements of their certified Indigenous suppliers.
A highlight of the night was meeting the Supplier Diversity Award recipients – so many inspiring businesses doing great things.
Like any customer of any company I have the expectation that my personal details are securely stored and not publicly accessible.
No doubt you all have the same expectations.
So when we learnt some of our customers’ details were publicly available we immediately convened a team to have access to the data removed and commence an investigation.
It is not acceptable, under any circumstances, for this to happen.
I posted last week that Telstra had been successful in winning the amount of spectrum we wanted in the recent Government mobile spectrum auction and that this additional bandwidth will help us provide the next generation of services for our customers across Australia, now and into the future.