Telstra has gone to the Federal Court to reduce the $300 million financial hit it may incur from misleading and deceptive charges brought by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
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The Western Australia Department of Corrective Services has inked a three-year $4.3 million IT services contract with SCS for the supply of applications support for its prisoner database.
A 23-year-old Chinese man will face the Queensland Magistrates Court today after being charged with importing items thought to be used for ATM card skimming.
Do you think the moat around Australia extends around your business and hackers won’t target you? It doesn’t, and research says data breaches will be the elephant-in-the-conference-room at your next IT meet.
The 20 year-old system that supports the parliamentary car service is failing security requirements for official government guests.
Intervention by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has prompted Nokia Australia to retract unfair warranty conditions after it restricted claims to within three months of purchase.
Australians will have to wait until the end of May to get an iPad after Apple today delayed the international launch of the device by one month.
Walk into any hospital, Emergency Department or outpatient clinic in South-Eastern Sydney & Illawarra, New South Wales, and the clinician will bring up your full medical history on a computer before you sit down.
A quick run down of what you, the <i>Computerworld Australia</i> readers, have been talking about.
Telecommunications provider AAPT has axed 31 domestic employees to expand its call centre operations in the Philippines.
Internet Service Provider (ISP) iiNet will supply unmetered free-to-air and subscription TV to customers for around $30 a month as part of a new IPTV service.
Non-profit organisation, One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Australia, continues to roll out budget laptops to primary school children in the Northern Territory with 200 devices being delivered to the remote town of Yirrkala.
If an army of 70-year olds can get around the government's net filter, so can you. Here's how.
Canberra telco and pay TV provider, TransACT, will serve fibre broadband to 11,000 ACT residents after the completion of fibre-to-the-premise (FTTP) deployments to two greenfield estates.
The fate of 650 local CA employees is uncertain as the IT management software company prepares to axe 1000 positions globally.