Stories by Chloe Herrick

Telstra cable 'deliberately' damaged

Telstra has confirmed it is a third of the way through restoring a 100-fibre line cable in the Hunter Valley after it was deliberately cut, downing services in the region.

Government kicks off NBN video conferencing pilot

The Federal Government has kicked off a video conferencing pilot over the National Broadband Network (NBN) which aims to give regional Australians increased access to services such as Medicare and Centrelink.

Australians should not opt-in to e-health records: AusCERT

Australian Computer Emergency Response Team (AusCERT) has warned Australians not to opt-in to the Federal Government’s Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) system due to concerns about insufficient security protections for users’ personal information.

Australia still in the race for SKA: Report

A scientific panel has reportedly endorsed South Africa's bid to build the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope, favouring it over an Australia-New Zealand proposal, but only by a hair.

Telstra finalises $11b deal with NBN Co

Telstra has finalised its $11 billion definitive agreements with NBN Co, giving the final go-ahead for the telco’s structural separation and use of its network assets in the National Broadband Network (NBN).

APC expands grad program for skills shortage

American Power Conversion (APC) by Schneider Electric has expanded its TAFE graduate program, Encompass, to include skills the company has struggled to find during the ICT skills shortage.

Property Institute solves CRM woes with Cloud

When he was first appointed to head up the IT team at the Australian Property Institute (API) some 18-months ago, CIO Joel Leslie, found an organisation struggling with its current customer relationship management (CRM) system.