Marconi has added a testing centre for voice, video and data applications to its North Sydney-based Broadband Centre of Excellence to assist carriers preparing for next generation network services.
Stories by Michael Crawford
The Australian Communications Industry Forum (ACIF) is hosting the telecommunications industry's forum on Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
Unisys last week launched the Australian arm of its Global Visible Commerce (GVC) project in a move to balance both security and business effectiveness in the supply chain environment.
South Australian councils have grouped together to use a content management system to store information and offer state-wide searches from a single Web site.
Technical blueprints used to maintain new software or hardware are being rejected by IT managers who claim they are full of marketing hype instead of relevant text.
Years of stagnant wage growth in the IT industry officially came to an end in 2004 with recruitment firms confirming salaries are once again on an upward spiral.
Companies in Australia are scrambling to not only retain their top hands-on IT talent but to attract tech-savvy executives to management positions.
The anticipated national demand for Voice over IP (VoIP) has led to the Australian Communications Authority (ACA) issuing new telephone numbers for regional Australia and several metropolitan areas including Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.
Cisco is taking a hard-line stance to the alleged theft and online sale of its source code from PIX 6.3.1. firewall software.
Ernst & Young Australia has inked a $2.5 million IT security deal to support a complete IP telephony rollout.
For the second day in a row NSW TAB was unable to take bets from thousands of punters keen to have a wager on the Melbourne Cup.
A day before Melbourne Cup the NSW TAB was hit with a software glitch today with some venues unable to process bets for nearly three hours.
While only 120 computers in Australia were hit on the weekend by the latest variant of the Bagle virus (W32/Bagle-AU-Sophos), antivirus providers are warning that it is particularly nasty.
Overheating problems in data centres or server rooms is the new hot topic that IT managers are struggling with.
A speech industry body has been launched in Australia to promote professional standards and encourage local supply and development for the speech recognition industry in Australia and New Zealand.