Archived News for IT Professionals - October, 2012
The National Broadband Network Co (NBN Co) has flatly denied claims by the New South Wales Government that the rollout of the service would lead to a rise in electricity prices and the disruption of communities.
The Queensland Government has introduced legislation before Parliament that will see the creation of an R+18 rating for video games, similar to that of films and TV.
Telstra has announced it expects the sale of its wholly owned New Zealand subsidiary, TelstraClear, to Vodafone to proceed shortly after the transaction received the necessary approvals from New Zealand regulators.
Australia Post has launched its Digital MailBox service, allowing customers to receive and pay bills, communicate with their providers and store important documents such as passports and birth certificates.
Complaints made to telecommunication companies have dropped by two per cent in the 2011-12 year, but customers are increasingly frustrated by the quality of mobile phone services, according to a new Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) report.
Information technology employees are increasingly demanding industry certificate training to help them secure their career progression, according to a new report released by recruitment firm, Ambition.
The National Broadband Network Co (NBN Co) has announced it has signed $180 million worth of construction contracts for the completion of ten of its satellite ground station sites.
Integrating social media and mobile devices with human resources delivery is one of the emerging trends in the global HR sector, according to the latest findings from professional services firm Deloitte.
Australia and Asia Pacific financial services industry organisations are dedicating more time and funding to information security governance, according to Deloitte’s 8th global financial services industry security survey.
The Australian Competition and Consumer commission has outlined its concerns over the proposed acquisition of online trading service Trading Post by Carsales from Telstra.
Information and communications specialist Data#3 has announced the opening of its new Melbourne headquarters in Southbank, in a move that Managing Director, John Grant, called a ‘critical step’ in building the company.