James Hutchinson

James Hutchinson is a technology journalist from inner west Sydney, Australia. Having worked across Australian technology publications including Computerworld, PC World, CIO and Techworld for the past three years, Hutchinson has progressed from selling printers and hard drives at the local Officeworks to following the local telecommunications and technology industry. When he isn't writing about the latest in the Australian ICT industry, Hutchinson plays piano accordion, vibraphone and piano for a variety of Sydney artists including folk 12-piece arbori.

Recent articles by James Hutchinson

Turnbull attacks Quigley over NBN management

Turnbull attacks Quigley over NBN management

Executive shake-up likely under Coalition power.
Sep 24 2012 6:03PM
Eftel buys Engin for $9.1m

Eftel buys Engin for $9.1m

Seven offloads last telco play.
Sep 24 2012 11:26AM
Macquarie Telecom launches second Sydney facility

Macquarie Telecom launches second Sydney facility

Intellicentre 2 comes online.
Sep 24 2012 7:00AM
Photos: Macquarie Telecom's Intellicentre 2

Photos: Macquarie Telecom's Intellicentre 2

Prime Minister Gillard tours the $60 million facility.
Sep 24 2012 7:00AM
Vocus quadruples Australia-US subsea capacity

Vocus quadruples Australia-US subsea capacity

Pacific Fibre failure spurs new agreement.
Sep 21 2012 12:30PM
ASIO, Roxon shed light on data retention proposal

ASIO, Roxon shed light on data retention proposal

'Metadata' gains meaning.
Sep 20 2012 5:17PM
Twitter to hold metadata in Aussie bullying investigations

Twitter to hold metadata in Aussie bullying investigations

As authorities about-turn on online bullying.
Sep 20 2012 11:44AM
Conficker renders gaol CCTV footage tampered evidence

Conficker renders gaol CCTV footage tampered evidence

Unpatched systems, software update, at fault.
Sep 19 2012 4:05PM
NBN committee schedules Kiwi hearings

NBN committee schedules Kiwi hearings

But Turnbull a no-show.
Sep 19 2012 7:00AM
TPG unveils unlimited NBN plan

TPG unveils unlimited NBN plan

Updated: First off blocks with all-you-can-eat fibre.
Sep 18 2012 11:01AM
iiNet 4G customers miss out on Freezone

iiNet 4G customers miss out on Freezone

Hobbled wholesale product.
Sep 17 2012 4:49PM
Parliamentary Committee urges privacy bill review

Parliamentary Committee urges privacy bill review

Approves of amendments, seeks 12-month review.
Sep 17 2012 3:29PM
Huawei fears security reforms could create further blocks

Huawei fears security reforms could create further blocks

Urges legislative caution.
Sep 17 2012 2:06PM
Telcos call for clarity on data retention scheme

Telcos call for clarity on data retention scheme

$500-700 million potential cost to implement.
Sep 14 2012 2:37PM
Huawei fears further blocks

Huawei fears further blocks

Urges legislative caution on national security reforms.
Sep 14 2012 2:00PM
Victorian Human Services to cut 15 percent of staff

Victorian Human Services to cut 15 percent of staff

Takes on ITIL-inspired structure.
Sep 14 2012 7:00AM
Australians using BitTorrent less: study

Australians using BitTorrent less: study

Are iiTrial, content convenience to blame?
Sep 12 2012 2:10PM
Researchers, schools call for flexible copyright rules

Researchers, schools call for flexible copyright rules

Scope for removal of IP blocks?
Sep 12 2012 12:28PM
NBN Co promises new regulatory framework in weeks

NBN Co promises new regulatory framework in weeks

Formally withdraws first document.
Sep 11 2012 5:26PM
Aussie copyright inhibits data centre spend

Aussie copyright inhibits data centre spend

Economists expect $600m benefit from looser regime.
Sep 11 2012 12:00PM

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