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Deloitte says British expats should work on NBN
Jobs available down under for 15,000 retrenched BT workers?
Sep 17 2009 1:32PM
London residents try to stall fibre optic rollout
Complaints over "unsightly" street-level cabinets.
Aug 10 2009 3:28PM
BT scraps plans to use Phorm
BT has scrapped plans to use the Phorm Webwise system that tracks the internet habits of its customers.
Jul 7 2009 11:07AM
BT staff offered a year off on 25 per cent pay
New "flexible" working packages.
Jul 7 2009 6:16AM
Phone tax not enough for full broadband rollout
If UK wants 100 per cent fibre coverage.
Jul 3 2009 6:38AM
Optus calls for Telstra split by 2010
Optus has made a submission to the Federal Government's review of telecommunications regulation calling for Telstra to be structurally separated by 2010.
May 19 2009 3:09PM
Tech giants asked to opt out of Phorm
The Open Rights Group has asked seven major technology firms to opt out of BT's Phorm in order to protect web users' privacy.
Mar 25 2009 10:14AM
BT moves to SQL database
BT Financial Group said it has migrated its superannuation and investment platform, Wrap Administration, onto a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 backend.
Jan 23 2009 3:36PM
BT: Sloppy identity verification 'must make firms liable'
Organisations that hold personal data should be made liable for fraudulent transactions, say BT security experts.
Aug 8 2008 11:06AM
Q&A: Harry Archer, head of Security Practice, BT Australia
caught up with Harry Archer, principal security consultant and head of security practice at BT Australia recently to discuss the current state of security in Australia, or it seemed, the lack of it.
Jul 14 2008 12:29PM
Security expert: BT should be prosecuted over its use of Phorm
Cambridge University security researcher Dr Richard Clayton argues that BT should be prosecuted because it monitored internet users' websurfing habits without their permission, while the telco declines to say its activities were legal.
Jun 10 2008 10:12AM
New Australian company chooses BT for connection
New Australian electronic communications network, AXE ECN has chosen BT for connectivity and hosting through Radianz Proximity Solution, for electronic trading access and low-latency market data distribution.
Jan 14 2008 4:13PM
BT launches managed service to tackle DDoS attacks
BT has launched a managed service designed to protect company websites against distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.
Oct 2 2007 10:03AM
BT holds top spot for internet performance
Telco offered the fastest FTP and HTTP download speeds.
May 7 2007 4:51PM
Infosecurity: BT says vendor community must collaborate
Industry leaders must develop more collaborative technology in order to protect businesses from cyber threats or risk being surpassed by competitors, BT warned today.
Apr 26 2007 10:09AM
BT launches US$3m partnership with Unicef
Investing in children's community projects in South Africa, Brazil and China.
Apr 5 2007 2:50PM
BT to acquire i2i Enterprise
BT is to acquire the Mumbai-based enterprise services firm, i2i Enterprise Pvt Ltd, as the company continues to expand its global profile.
Feb 8 2007 1:23AM
BT acquires INS
BT is to acquire the California-based IT consulting firm, International Network Services (INS), as the company continues to bolster its profile in the US.
Feb 2 2007 9:54AM
BT buys Counterpane Security
BT announced today that it has acquired the US security company Counterpane.
Oct 25 2006 11:31AM
BT unlocks virtual vault
UK telco BT has unveiled an online storage vault for digital valuables, giving customers a place to keep everything from movies, music, emails and address books to photos, documents and presentations.
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