Italy's competition authority has fined Apple and Samsung a combined $24m for pestering users to upgrade to firmware that caused malfunctions in older devices.
Three in four Australians are concerned that the government's proposed decryption Bill would weaken the security of their personal data, a survey shows.
More than 10,000 new tech jobs will be created in Queensland over the next five years.
The Australian and New Zealand governments have launched a consultation on a proposed Trans-Tasman Framework for e-Invoicing.
The Assistance and Access Bill 2018 cannot achieve its stated aims and should not be passed without further consultation, says ITPA's Robert Hudson.
Just over half of Australian enterprises plan to deploy SD-WAN technology over the next 12–24 months, a new survey has found.
Digital pioneer Mark Bonchek says it's not enough to do digital — you have to think digital. Find out how via this livestream event plus an immersion workshop.
1 in 5 Australian SMEs haven't heard of the Notifiable Data Breach legislation and 51% do not have compliant policies in place, a survey has found.
The ongoing IT skills shortage is driving up wages for IT professionals to unsustainable levels, with analytics and security pros in particularly high demand.
The most common categories of hacking tools have been revealed by a new cybersecurity report.
An alliance has been formed between Australian IT bodies to fight the Assistance and Access Bill 2018, and ITPA members are encouraged to have their say before consultations close.
Telstra customers who were misled by the company's Premium Direct Billing (PDB) service have received a refund.
Australia ranked fourth out of six countries in a report analysing the software development proficiencies of companies.
Western Australia's ICT workforce is projected to grow by 6500 by 2023 as the state transitions towards a digital economy.
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