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.
Rushed encryption laws could create unintended consequences, according to the Law Council of Australia.
Outdated technology, unnecessary meetings and unproductive workflow are seeing workers waste valuable hours, research shows.
The Queensland Government plans to establish FibreCo, a new fibre backhaul provider aimed at improving broadband connectivity in the state's regional areas.
Instagram is the fastest growing social network among world leaders, according to a new study.
Shadow Attorney General Mark Dreyfus has revealed Labor will take the rare step of issuing a dissenting report to the rushed approval of the encryption Bill.
Your help is needed to protect Australia against a damaging, ill-conceived bill that will have no positive impact on our country at all.
The Commonwealth Government's Joint Cyber Security Centre (JCSC) has now opened in Adelaide.
Australian scientists have overcome another hurdle for building a silicon-based quantum computer.
The federal government has passed an amendment that will allow Australians to permanently delete their My Health Records at any time.
Law and intelligence agencies have briefed a parliamentary joint committee in support of the Minister's urgent request to expedite passing the encryption Bill.
The ACCC has decided to extend the declaration of Telstra's wholesale copper-based fixed line services until at least mid-2024.
Reports of business email compromise (BEC) to Scamwatch have grown by one-third this year.
It is still ITPA's position that opting out of My Health Record is the best option for most people, as the system is not fit for purpose.
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