NBN Co has detailed a price cut for entry-level broadband services that could make it more economical for retail service providers (RSPs) to offer ADSL-equivalent plans.
Oracle has announced plans to launch a new cloud region in Melbourne by the end of 2020.
The integrity of future NSW elections could be under threat after the state’s Electoral Commission lost a number of “very specialised skills” amid a spending axe.
Victoria’s state government has launched a plan to enhance connectivity in the Central Highlands.
How telecomunications providers can give Australians the fastest broadband speed possible is the key issue said Matthew Lobb, Vodafone general manager for fixed broadband.
A bespoke platform to power the NSW Government's recently-merged insurance provider has cost $360 million dollars, a recent committee revealed.
A US House of Representatives panel has demanded internal emails, detailed financial information and other company records from top executives of Amazon.com, Facebook, Apple, and Alphabet's Google, widening the antitrust probe of Big Tech.
The Australian Taxation Office has reiterated its frustration at being excluded from the list of government agencies able to obtain warrant-free access to telecommunications ‘metadata’ as part of the data retention regime.
The Queensland Police Service says that there is a case for extending from 24 months to seven years the length that telcos need to retain ‘metadata’ to comply with Australia’s data retention regime.
Five months after being ordered to pay $3.15 million in penalties to NSW Fair Trading, Android Enjoyed is yet to make the payment.
The DTA has revealed the cost of its common cloud commitment volume sourcing arrangement (VSA) with Microsoft at $96 million.
Sydney-based startup VAPAR has been the successful recipient of the NSW Government’s Minimum Viable Product (MVP) grants scheme, which is open for applications yet again to start-ups for the 2020 financial year.
SME telecommunications provider BVivid has paid $25,200 in penalties following two infringement notices from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
Australia’s cyber security agency has called for urgent Microsoft updates to be implemented following the first public release of the ‘BlueKeep’ flaw.
Communications and solutions provider BT has inked a deal to deploy its cloud-based security incident and event management (SIEM) service for NSW-backed insurance company icare.
Canberra-based ArchTis has scored a deal with the Australian Attorney General’s Department to supply its collaboration platform.
Investing in its digital footprint across areas such as distributed ledger technology, exploring potential use cases for artificial intelligence and expanding its data centre has turned technology services into a meaningful business for the ASX.
Questions are being asked of allegedly "dirty" offshore cloud providers -- and of government policies that encourages their use.
New legislation that will enable data collected by public sector agencies to be more easily shared is expected to be accompanied by new rules for data breach notifications, a discussion paper released today by the government said.
More than 300 platinum, gold and silver Telstra partners came together at The Palladium Crown in Melbourne for the annual awards dinner held on 2 September.
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