Telstra has announced plans to invest in reducing fault repair times and improving the reliability of landline coverage in regional and rural areas.
In a remarkable twist, some companies are blaming their customers for shortfalls in customer experience satisfaction.
A person's heartbeat could soon replace the keys needed to access their home and car, according to a cybersecurity expert.
The Australian smartphone market contracted by a record 9% during 2018 to just 8.2 million units shipped, IDC estimates.
Australia's ICT sector exhibited the highest demand for freelance talent of all industries during 2018, according to data from Expert360.
Nearly one-quarter of organisations have not changed their security policies to comply with Notifiable Data Breach legislation, according to a CompTIA survey.
Research into five popular dark web marketplaces uncovered evidence of a thriving trade in SSL/TLS certificates packaged with a range of crimeware.
ITPA is fighting to ensure that fixing the problems with the nbn and the encryption bill are priorities going into the federal election.
A slump in demand for Android tablets led to a 2.1% contraction in the Australian tablet market during 2H18, Telsyte has estimated.
With 5G network launches on the rise, 5G will account for 15% of the global mobile industry by 2025, according to GSMA.
Members of a union representing a portion of Telstra's workers have voted for the option to strike if a new agreement on wages cannot be reached.
Open source content management software project Drupal has issued a critical security alert warning of a remote code execution vulnerability in Drupal 8.
The board of Australian telecoms equipment company NetComm is unanimously recommending a buyout offer from US-based Casa Systems.
New guidance material to help small business owners and operators understand their responsibilities under WHS laws has been released by Safe Work Australia.
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