nbn co has engaged Coriant to help double the capacity of its 60,000 km optical backbone network to 19.2 Tbps per fibre link.
It's not too late to convince Canberra to drop its flawed assault on privacy via its proposed encryption/decryption bill, says the ITPA's Robert Hudson.
NSW Fair Trading has taken the company behind online retailers Android Enjoyed and CameraSky and its director to court over alleged violations of consumer law.
Nearly a third of Australian businesses have suffered at least four security incidents in the past 12 months, a new survey suggests.
The ACCC has threatened to take court action against telco executives knowingly approving misleading advertising as part of a crackdown on the practice.
In an embarrassing incident, intelligent data management company Veeam left a database containing over 445m customer records publicly searchable online.
nbn co will pay a $25 rebate to retail service providers for every late connection and fault rectification, and introduce a new $25 rebate for each missed appointment.
The new nbn business operations centre in Melbourne will act as a single point of contact for RSPs to oversee nbn migrations for business customers.
As more IT services become commoditised, being able to show that you are keeping yourself trained and educated will be key to your survival in the industry.
Australians exhibited the lowest levels of digital trust among consumers in 10 markets surveyed for a new report.
nbn rival Uniti Wireless has secured $5m in funding from the SA Government to support its goal of creating more than 200 new jobs as it expands nationwide.
The Australian National Blockchain consortium will help establish a new technology platform to securely and transparently manage legal agreements.
Businesses and society at large can leverage AI-powered technologies in an ethical, trustworthy and sustainable way, if the right approach is adopted.
Victoria's ICT workforce is expected to grow by 2.5% by 2023, creating 30,000 new jobs.
The Assistance and Access Bill 2018 is doomed to fail in its stated aims — at a massive cost to the privacy of individuals, says the ITPA's Robert Hudson.
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