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The looming election represents a chance to rethink the design of the nbn project for a third time, which may require a writedown to the value of nbn assets.
The Digital Transformation Agency has added new network equipment and network cabling services categories to the Hardware Marketplace.
There has been a 476% increase in email fraud between Q4 2018 and Q4 2017, according to a new report.
A Sunshine Coast submarine cable landing station that will help to deliver a fast data connection to Asia and the US is now under construction.
Technology and its use by government will be key issues upon which ITPA will provide commentary and advice as the year progresses.
A range of ICT industry bodies has urged the government to implement reforms to its encryption legislation, including the requirement for judicial oversight.
IaaS cloud provider Zettagrid has acquired Perth-based dedicated private cloud infrastructure services provider Silverain Technology.
Telstra has made a large capacity purchase on one APAC subsea cable and increased its investment in a second to help meet the region's voracious data demand.
Nearly two-thirds of Australian organisations are unable to detect when an IoT device has suffered a security breach, according to Gemalto.
Less than a quarter of Australian companies feel confident in their internet security, according to new research from Accenture.
AustCyber has partnered with Austrade to deliver a tailored program for cybersecurity companies at the Singapore Landing Pad.
WBS Technology is commercialising a technology developed in partnership with UNSW to allow smart buildings to monitor themselves and communicate via smartphones.
As part of its preparations towards the launch of 5G fixed wireless broadband services, Optus has completed a 5G data call using 60 MHz of 3.5 GHz spectrum.
As we wind down towards the end of the year, it is important to reflect on the positives that came out of 2018 and take some time to count our blessings over the Christmas break.
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