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But who is Mike Quigley?
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Jun 25 2009 10:07AM
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IT forensics called in.
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weighs up the Rudd Government's NBN plan against the OECD's latest advice on how governments should invest in the construction of national broadband networks.
May 27 2009 12:09AM
Adios uncalled for, says Minchin
Opposition communications minister Nick Minchin has praised Senator Conroy for his “generous” remarks about ex-Telstra chief Sol Trujillo, saying they “set a far higher standard” than those by the Prime Minister.
May 26 2009 5:17PM
Rudd to spend $16m training NBN engineers
The Rudd Government has announced it will invest $16.15 million in a training facility for networking engineering students at the Central Gippsland Institute of TAFE (GippsTAFE).
May 19 2009 3:37PM
Interview: Inside the ATO's Change Program
Australian Tax Office Second Commissioner David Butler and CIO Bill Gibson tell
editor Brett Winterford that the ATO's Change Program is likely to cost more than the current projection of $725 million.
Apr 14 2009 2:45PM
Aurora Energy in the hot seat for Tassie NBN rollout
State-owned Aurora Energy is widely tipped to be the implementation partner of choice to deliver Fibre to the Home (FttH) in Tasmania in the wake of the Federal Government's NBN announcement yesterday.
Apr 8 2009 11:16AM
Turnbull: Rudd is building a new Telstra
The Federal Opposition has discredited the Rudd Government's revamped NBN, accusing the Prime Minister of failing to deliver on key election commitments.
Apr 7 2009 4:00PM
Internet industry welcomes NBN re-think
The Federal Government's National Broadband Network, announced today, has been widely welcomed by ISPs and ICT industry groups.
Apr 7 2009 12:16PM
Government goes it alone on NBN
The Australian Government will build its own $43 billion National Broadband Network, in a move that returns Australia's telecommunications economy to an era of part-public, part-private ownership.
Apr 7 2009 9:31AM
Tanner: IT critical to productivity
Australia's IT and Communications industry has an ally in Federal Finance Minister Lindsay Tanner, if his speech today on productivity is any indication.
Mar 12 2009 6:06AM
Government funds 141,000 more school laptops
The Federal Government has allocated second round funding of $141 million to enable almost 1400 schools nationwide to buy computers for students.
Jan 29 2009 2:05PM
NetAlert filters not given a chance: Webroot
The Rudd government has served an injustice on Internet users by prematurely cutting the previous government’s NetAlert family-side filter program and replacing it with an ‘unworkable’ plan for ISP-level net filters, according to security company Webroot.
Dec 17 2008 2:02PM
Open source USB key to $2bn school laptop plan
The Rudd Government’s promise of a laptop for every child could fail without at least $2 billion in public funding, but an alternative USB ‘computer’ system pioneered in France may be its saviour.
Dec 10 2008 3:07PM
Rudd Government launches virtual children's hub
The Rudd Government today launched a Web site that provides access to health, early learning, child care and parenting support information to parents and carers.
Oct 23 2008 2:18PM
Telstra tells Rudd: We need high-speed broadband
Telstra has told PM Rudd that high-speed broadband must be the first cab off the rank. But on whose terms?
Oct 3 2008 1:32PM
Digital Education Revolution revolts
The Rudd Government’s $1.2 billion Digital Education Revolution could be nothing more than a futile grab at an intangible, unsustainable future, experts have warned.
Sep 2 2008 12:24AM
Rudd retreats from Communications Fund raid, claim Libs
The Federal Government has backpedalled on its bite into the Federal Communications Fund, according to Opposition claims.
Jun 18 2008 4:42PM
CeBIT 08: Rudd Government looks to rectify Howard’s past ICT mistakes
Finance Minister Lindsay Tanner delivered a scathing review of the former government’s ICT legacy during his address at CeBIT’s eGovernment forum.
May 22 2008 2:57PM
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