Optus Business has partnered with NBN Co to deliver digital network and telecommunications services for Coles to improve the shopping experience of its customers.
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Interconnection and data centre provider Equinix has revealed a $224 million investment in an International Business Exchange (IBX) data centre in Sydney.
Shine Lawyers has launched an investigation of a possible class action on behalf of telecommunication technicians against technical services contracting company BSA Limited.
NTT Security has re-launched its security operations centre in Sydney, which was designed and built to meet the protected national security classification.
Iseek has expanded the capacity of its Brisbane data centres with a new 6MW facility being built in its Eagle Farm campus as it flags upcoming Townsville facility.
Australian Internet of Things vendor Buddy Platform has entered into an agreement to acquire smart lighting company Lifx, in a deal worth $70 million.
Cisco has released 20 updates including one critical update for its SD-WAN solution buffer overflow.
Telstra is about to let 752 workers go around the country as it continues with its plans to slash 8,000 jobs by 2022.
Technology giants including Microsoft, Amazon and Yahoo were granted special access to Facebook users' data according to The New York Times.
Microsoft Australia will increase Azure prices by eight per cent as of 1 January 2019.
The ATO has released its latest corporate tax transparency report which lists companies and how much tax they paid for the previous financial year.
HCL Technologies has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire some IBM software products in a US$1.8 billion deal.
Macquarie Government has signed an exclusive deal with US-based Mesosphere to offer its cloud management technologies to Australian Government agencies.
Optus Business has been awarded a $12 million contract to provide voice, data and mobile services for publicly-listed CSR Limited.
Google has won a trademark case brought against two businesses registered in Australia under the names Google LLC and Google Legacy.