Liz Tay

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Liz Tay is a journalist from Sydney, Australia. With a background in physics, she is most interested in stories about scientific or technological R&D.

A long-time technology enthusiast, Tay joined the IT journalism industry in June 2006. She has been writing for iTnews in various roles since late 2007, and currently reports on all things business IT for iTnews, CRN, and SC Magazine.

Besides shiny gadgets and reporting, she is a fan of loud music and harbours an insatiable love for travel.



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Agencies applaud new workforce reports.
 
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