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SA starts testing smartphone payments on public transport
Wi-fi flaw confuses Aussie internet users
NBN complaints more than double in a year
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National ICT careers week kicks off
Organisations and educational institutions across Australia will be hosting presentations and running workshops as part of this week's National ICT Careers Week.
Jul 29 2008 11:32AM
PCI enlists Nortel to build green UC centre
PCI is building a new unified communications centre for its customer service agents, and has chosen Nortel to supply technology in a bid to make the centre as 'green' as possible.
Jul 28 2008 2:57PM
Organisations expanding uses for IP networks, survey shows
Australian organisations are finding more and more uses for Internet Protocol [IP] Networks as technologies and business practices change, according to a recent survey conducted by Optus.
Jul 25 2008 2:24PM
Fibre broadband popularity increasing worldwide, research shows
Fibre broadband networks are continuing to grow in popularity worldwide, recent research from Ovum reveals.
Jul 24 2008 4:59PM
ACCC audits broadband access service take-up
The ACCC has released the results of an audit on the take up of broadband access services on Telstra's copper network.
Jul 23 2008 12:43PM
ACMA approves online content code of practice
The Australian Communications and Media Authority [ACMA] has approved the industry code of practice for web and mobile content providers
Jul 18 2008 3:00PM
Digital radio is coming in 2009
Digital radio is coming to Australia. The technology will allow broadcasters to offer a range of features, such as rewind and pause functionality and multi-channelling.
Jul 17 2008 1:23PM
Australian organisations lagging behind on DLP
While data loss and data leakage continue to have a significant effect on Australian organisations, new research reveals that organisations are not doing enough to combat the threat.
Jul 16 2008 2:55PM
Internode to construct 'green' data centre
Australian ISP Internode has allocated $3 million to build a 'green' data centre as part of the company's conservation efforts.
Jul 15 2008 12:56PM
Southern Cross Cable to quadruple traffic capacity
The Southern Cross Cable, Australia's highest-capacity submarine internet cable, will be undergoing upgrades which promise to quadruple its capacity.
Jul 11 2008 2:56PM
Opinion: How to survive the Government ICT review
The Whole of Government [WoG] ICT review to be conducted by Sir Peter Gershon has the potential to significantly cut costs and increase efficiency. But an Ovum analyst warns it could create both short and long-term disruption to Government agencies and suppliers.
Jul 10 2008 4:21PM
House to size up global roaming rates
Australians love to travel overseas. We also love our mobile phones. But anyone who's tried to place a call on their mobile while travelling internationally knows how expensive combining those two loves can be.
Jul 10 2008 12:17PM
Childcare software provider strikes direct debit deal
Software provider NumeroPro has signed a deal with Ezi Payment Solutions that will add direct debit functionality to its Childcare centre software suite.
Jul 8 2008 1:50PM
Secure Computing warns Olympic Fever could impact your network
The 2008 Beijing Olympics are nearly upon us. And for the first time employees will be able to watch the games via live streaming through a local host – Channel Seven will be streaming over 100 hours of footage from the Games via Yahoo!7.
Jul 4 2008 1:18PM
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