Canberra’s Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) is gearing up for new telecommunications procurement arrangements.
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Last year the building housing one of Cenitex’s customers – Victoria's Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) -- suffered water damage and caught fire, and as a result some 1900 users couldn’t access their PCs and had to work from home or another office.
Village Roadshow is spearheading a new effort to obtain Federal Court orders directing major Australian ISPs to block their customers from accessing eighty-seven online services accused of facilitating piracy.
ANZ and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia have used a public consultation on updating the government’s national cyber security strategy to push for better threat intelligence sharing both between major enterprises and the public and private sectors.
By providing distributed access to a single, verified source of truth, ASX’s blockchain-inspired system will open up new opportunities to digitise multi-party workflows, according to the exchange operator’s deputy chief executive officer, Peter Hiom.
NBN Co says it has deployed on of its ‘Network on Wheels’ trailers in an effort to keep online more than 3000 broadband services in the Mid North Coast.
Former Salesforce executive vice president and general manager, APAC, Mark Innes, will take charge of Google Cloud’s ANZ business.
Qantas is working with Microsoft and Altoura on a trial to explore the potential of mixed reality to help train its engineers.
Half a dozen New South Wales public hospitals are part of a point-of-care testing (POCT) trial that uses Microsoft’s Azure services in conjunction with mobile devices to help deliver real-time diagnostic test results to clinicians.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has issued its first directions to Internet service providers (ISPs) to block their subscribers from accessing unauthorised offshore sites.
The government has released a draft voluntary code of practice that is intended to help address the parlous state of security among Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Australia risks missing out on the benefits of the explosion in the artificial intelligence (AI) sector due to a lackadaisical attitude by the federal government, according to shadow innovation minister Clare O’Neil.
Vodafone has backed an idea floated by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) that would see NBN Co introducing a speed ‘buffer’ so that a household’s broadband connection more closely matches its wholesale speed tier.
The government should step in and help counter misconceptions about the safety of 5G, Telstra says.
New figures released by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commissioner (ACCC) have revealed that services on NBN Co’s slowest wholesale speed tier — which offers downloads of up to 12 megabits per second and 1Mbps uploads — have increased for the first time since mid-2018.