Local IT companies have received a $78 million boost from a new federal government program.
Stories by Byron Kaye
After 18 months of government negotiation, Sydney has been selected to host a global support centre for data network service provider Equant.
High school students will receive non-vendor specific networking training from next year under a new program from 3Com.
A new online auction site that sets up banks to bid for customers has gone live without support from two of the four major banks.
Australian officials are disputing the "amber" risk of Y2K air safety disruption an international year 2000 monitoring group has given the country.
Shares in local telecommunications company Comet closed at 76 cents after its first day of trading on the ASX, just under double its issue price.
Initial wireless communication services will operate at one-third the speed of regular internet access speeds and downloading graphics to a handset will be both timely and costly.
A "mainframe bug" at ANZ left its customers unable to access ATM, EFTPOS services and account details for two days.
The federal IT minister will this week attempt to explain the implications of the government's tax reform to foreign investors.
Telecom New Zealand is one step closer to its goal of taking over AAPT with its purchase of Cable & Wireless Optus' 10.6 per cent stake in the telco.
LibertyOne's chief executive officer, Warren Lee has resigned and the company has ceased merger discussions.