As one of Australia’s longest-running technology publications, Information Age has just turned over three decades of reporting IT news.
Information Age covers topics including cyber security, blockchain, diversity, education, STEM, ethics, data sharing, IoT, and artificial intelligence.
"It brings the Information Age team great joy to highlight the achievements of ACS," said Managing Editor, Roulla Yiacoumi. "Our readers also stay in the loop with key developments and news affecting the ICT industry."
The Information Age age website is updated daily with news, and the weekly newsletter -- which contains the top stories of the tech, business and cyber world -- is sent to subscribers every Tuesday.
Published by ACS, Information Age has been running for 32 years.
It began in 1985 under name Professional Computing, before changing to Informatics in 1993 and finally to Information Age in 1995.
Past editors include IT journalists Graeme Philipson, Deanne McIntosh and Stan Beer.
2015 saw a massive change in IA’s operations. It moved from being a members only magazine to becoming available to the general public. It also went from a phyiscal paper magazine to online only.
IA’s digital archives can be accessed here.