Kmart Group will implement a cloud guild training and enablement program to certify its entire IT staff on Amazon Web Services (AWS) by December 2019.
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Kaspersky has opened its threat intelligence portal to the general public with the intention of targeting incident responders and security operation centre (SOC) analysts, working in-house and at managed security service providers (MSSPs).
Telecommunications provider Aussie Broadband has appointed Brian Maher as its new CFO as the company prepares to go public next year.
The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) gave Samsung detailed technical advice during a three-year evaluation process that resulted in the Galaxy S9 and S9+ being certified for use with classified government data.
A three-year period of uncertainty for Victorian shared ICT agency Cenitex between 2011 and 2014 prevented it to make future plans, resulting in no investment in technology during the period.
The NSW government has launched Park'nPay app, an application that allows drivers use their phones to pay for parking and top up as well.
Data collection activities have resulted in an increase in IT costs by $6 million for the Bank of Queensland (BOQ).
Queensland Police Forensic Crash Unit unveiled motorbikes equipped with drones to help map crash sites.
Monash University has appointed Dan Maslin to the newly-created role of created the chief information security officer (CISO).
Vocus CEO Kevin Russell has said that NBN Co should be encouraging investment from other telcos by providing new competition to "monopoly infrastructure" however this is not happening.
The NSW Audit Office has recognised the importance of keeping data of customers and staff safe and embarked on improving its cyber security prioritising it under its Technology and Process Innovation strategic initiative.
Service NSW has been cautiously preparing the launch of the digital driver's licence after the release of another service brought the agency's systems down.
Aussie Broadband has announced an end-to-end online sign-up for enterprise nbn services.
Telstra has announced it will switch off its 3G network in June 2024 repurposing the spectrum used to carry data and voice calls over its oldest mobile network technology to help grow 5G.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has given a formal warning to NBN Co after it found the company was "discriminating" between retail services providers (RSP) for the supply of upgraded NBN infrastructure to business customers.