ACMA has issued Telstra a formal warning for failing to comply with rules governing consulting the public before deploying new mobile base stations.
Competition law may need to be rewritten to address large digital platforms such as Google and Facebook buying out potential challengers, says the ACCC's Rod Sims.
Australian IT administrators report being frustrated by network and other issues, and just over a third feel there is a lack of appreciation for what they do.
The ACCC has initiated court action against Kogan Australia, accusing the online retailer of violating consumer law with a recent discount promotion.
Infratil, half of the consortium seeking to acquire Vodafone NZ, has applied for Commerce Commission approval for the proposed takeover.
Australia's third-biggest smartphone vendor, Huawei, has been dealt a potentially devastating blow, with President Trump banning US companies from trading with the firm.
Cheryl Mack has just been appointed to the position of NSW State Manager at ACS.
The Australian Information Industry Association and StartupAUS have called on the government to deliver on its commitments to support Australia's IT sector.
A global expert on social impact start-ups is visiting Sydney to provide advice to aspiring NSW entrepreneurs.
Publicly traded companies suffer the worst data breaches, according to the latest report from Bitglass.
The ACCC has decided not to introduce new rules requiring dark fibre and nbn aggregation service providers to regularly report price and supply information.
Cybersecurity, the ongoing skills shortage and damage to reputation or brand are among the top 10 risk factors facing Australian organisations today.
While neither side of politics is saying much about our increasingly maligned National Broadband Network during the election period, the fact is Australia is falling behind in the race to leverage the benefits — economic and social — of an emerging digitally enabled future.
Three in four businesses in Australia and New Zealand plan to increase their security capabilities by hiring new staff or training existing employees.