MyNetFone has been certified by NBN Co to provide National Broadband Network (NBN) services.
Stories by Stephanie McDonald
Job prospects are getting tougher for IT project managers, while .NET developers and business intelligence are still in high demand, according to a recent skills index.
The SKA telescope will generate about 10 times more data than current global internet traffic, according to a CSIRO SKA scientist.
Internode’s founder, Simon Hackett, will leave an executive role at the company to join the iiNet board in August this year.
The federal government is pushing ahead with reforms that could see consumers' information kept on file for up to two years by internet service providers (ISPs).
The CSIRO has developed hands-free technology which allows mining technicians to remotely repair equipment.
Broadband minister Senator Stephen Conroy and his Coalition counterpart, Malcolm Turnbull, have continued to play tit for tat over the National Broadband Network (NBN). It is obvious that a Coalition win in the next election could have wide ranging impacts on the network.
A report by the Regional Telecommunications Review Committee (RTRC) has found the National Broadband Network (NBN) has found the Interim Satellite Service (ISS) could pose capacity constraints.
Queensland’s start-ups will receive a helping hand by the newly launched Queensland Microsoft Innovation Centre.
Westpac’s mobile banking platform is growing rapidly, with the company capitalising on the mobility trend.
Reforms to the <i>Privacy Act 1988</i> have finally been introduced to parliament, six years after the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) began its inquiry.
Macquarie Telecom has successfully completed NBN Co's on-boarding certification program which will allow its customers to access the National Broadband Network's (NBN) increased bandwidth and connectivity.
The Government of Samoa has turned its human resources and payroll system from paper-based accounting to software-based systems.
The Parliament of NSW Electoral Office has moved to Samsung’s IP telephony system.
The mid-term review of the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) has been released, finding the organisation has been a success for consumer representation.