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Friday December 14, 2018

  Latest News  

Which IT giants paid no Aussie tax last year?

By Justin Hendry

ATO reveals 2017 data.

Global credit agency Fisk rates Australia’s encryption laws a negative

By Julian Bajkowski

Financial risk clouds darken.

NSW govt poaches Westpac exec as new IT procurement chief

By Justin Hendry

After internal movement.

Persistent, unrelenting development is the IT department's new must-have. Here's what counts...

By Staff Writers

Product managers are the new development managers.

Huawei US$2 billion security pledge followed walkout by GCHQ - sources

By Jack Stubbs

Perceived failure to fix security holes in its products.

Apple plans new US$1bn campus for Austin, Texas

By Aishwarya Venugopal

Will house up to 15,000 workers.

  Most Read  

Australia gets world-first encryption busting laws

Ban Chrome as default browser, limit Facebook user data harvesting: ACCC crackdown

Microsoft patches exploited new Windows zero-day

NBN Co technicians missed 430 appointments a day

NBN Co may have to pay users stuck in congested wireless cells


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International Convention Centre (ICC), Sydney: City & inner suburbs (NSW)

February 18, 2019


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February 19, 2019


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Intelligent Automation 2019, Sydney: City & inner suburbs (NSW)

February 26, 2019


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March 26, 2019


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