A report from the NSW ICAC has found that a former IT project manager at the DFSI engaged in "serious corrupt conduct" over a five-month period.
Tech skills shortages are holding Australian businesses back, shows new research from Nutanix.
It's been a very busy year for the ICT industry, with seemingly endless developments in all sectors of the field.
An infringement notice of $25,200 has been paid by Foxtel Management, after it breached laws that require telemarketers to end a call immediately when asked.
Australian innovators have filed 49 blockchain patent families since 1999, and Australia is the sixth top destination country for blockhain filings.
Software industry body BSA has negotiated a $160,000 settlement with a Sydney and Perth based manufacturing company over alleged software piracy.
Communications Alliance has rejected calls to provide the Queensland Government with free emergency alerts.
An agreement has been struck between Archer Exploration and the University of Sydney Commercial Development and Industry Partnerships (CDIP).
The 11 initial recommendations for regulatory reform cover eight areas, including items such as prohibiting Google from pre-installing Chrome.
Queensland Minister for Digital Technology Mick de Brenni has warned the federal government against using the Australian Digital Council to wind back important legislation.
ACCAN welcomed the government's planned broadband universal service guarantee, but called for the passage of legislation guaranteeing access in regional areas.
Telecoms consumer group ACCAN has called for the government to adopt the key recommendations of the Regional Telecommunications Review.