Archived News for IT Professionals - September, 2012
The National Broadband Network Co (NBN Co) has announced it will build three new satellite ground stations that help isolated areas of the state connect to the NBN service.
The Victorian Government is seeking input from the public on a draft ICT strategy being developed the Victorian Information and Communications Advisory Committee (VICAC).
The National Broadband Network Co (NBN Co) has announced a freeze of its wholesale price of its consumer and business products for the next five years, and to peg any future price rises to below that of the inflation rate.
The National Broadband Network Co (NBN Co) has formally started providing service to Melbourne’s South Morang area, increasing its reach to cover an additional 2,300 suburban homes and businesses.
Westpac and international software solutions company SAP have announced a new partnership to develop the country’s first real-time payment solution for large companies and institutions.
Employer’s approach to social media access at work is increasingly impacting on whether or not a candidate will accept a job, according to recent findings by global recruitment specialist Hays.
The National Broadband Network Co (NBN Co) has opened its National Contact Centre in the Gold Coast, a move which CEO Mike Qugley said coincides with the roll out of services to the area.
The Federal Opposition has launched a nationwide broadband survey aimed at showing Australians just how fast their existing fixed line and mobile broadband services are.
An Australian research team has led a major computing breakthrough that promises to revolutionise the way data is processed and dramatically increase the processing capacity of future supercomputers.
100 community groups around Australia have been awarded $10,000 each under Telstra’s Everyone Connected program which aims to help them better access technology.
Wotif as announced that its long serving CEO and Managing Director, Robbie Cooke, has tendered his resignation from the group and is expected to leave the company at the end of the year.
Independent Senator for South Australia, Nick Xenaphon, has announced his intention to move for tighter regulations preventing children from incurring sizable bills by using real money to pay for in-game products in otherwise free apps.
Federal Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy, has slammed Opposition Spokesman Malcolm Turnbull over his recent comments on delivery of the National Broadband Network to greenfield estates.
Federal Minister for Home Affairs and Justice, Jason Clare, has released the new Guidelines for the Classification of Computer Games, which are due to come into effect in January next year.