The Coalition is planning a national telecommunications network reminiscent of the hybrid Fibre to the Node-OPEL model briefly considered by Communications Minister Stephen Conroy in the wake of the 2007 federal election, insiders say.
Stories by Darren Pauli
Take-up of services on the National Broadband Network (NBN) could be hindered by poor telecommunications customer service, an industry group has claimed.
Optus has achieved 50 megabits per second (Mbps) downlink and 20Mbps uplink speeds on its first Sydney trial of Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless broadband technology.
Users can peruse the colossal mountains and cavernous valleys of Mars from their computer thanks to an interactive map developed by Microsoft and NASA.
The Federal Government has launched a $14.5 million department to serve as a hub for investigations into trafficking, identity theft and money laundering.
Unpatched Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 and Windows Server 2000 bugs will remain forever after the Redmond giant cut support today.
Optus is to shortly release the results of its on-going Sydney Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless trials.
An audacious hacker has defaced 175 Australian websites in an attack that links viewers to his personal website, email and Facebook fan page.
The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) will deploy a document management system to allow its 1600 staff to search more than 6.3Tbs of internal data and 1.2Tbs of emails across its complex grid storage and virtualised server networks.
One time Microsoft evangelist, Don Dodge, has defected to arch-rival Google and is now poaching the Redmond giant’s Fortune 500 clients.
The troubled electronic Patient Care Records (ePCR) system will likely come under the microscope under a review of the Victorian Ambulance service by the state auditor general.
Up to 70 per cent of Australians will have filtered Internet access under a deal between Telstra, Optus, iPrimus and the Federal Government, Communications Minster Stephen Conroy said today.
Telecommunications providers and Internet advocate groups have called for more funding to educate Australian Federal Police (AFP) and state law enforcement on lawful data interception and cyber-safety.
A rush by Australian organisations to adopt virtualisation has left them with messy IT shops that will take three years to clean up, according to one Microsoft director.
A Melbourne documentary producer and a former IBM staffer are pushing for government support for a prototype renewable power and waste plant that promises to turn rubbish into electricity.