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    The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has slapped 12 telecom companies for failing to comply with its consumer code.

  • St John Ambulance WA to deploy IP communications

    St John Ambulance in Western Australia is about to roll out an IP communications software suite to replace a legacy Zeacom PBX phone system that was no longing meeting the organisation’s needs.

  • ISI scores eight-year Defence mainframe contract

    ISI will support and manage the Department of Defence’s mainframe environment under an eight-year contract worth $31 million. Lockheed Martin Australia awarded ISI the contract, which is part of Defence’s massive data centre consolidation program.

  • Agile pays off for Coates Hire

    Agile development methodology was key to the successful implementation of a new online equipment management tool for Coates Hire.

  • Wikileaks accuses intelligence watchdog of misleading Senate inquiry

    Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has accused an Australian government agency of giving misleading evidence to a parliamentary inquiry.

  • Super Retail Group fishes for value in the cloud

    Super Retail Group has seen a 20 per cent reduction in inventory and safety stock within its Boating, Camping and Fishing (BCF) brand from a cloud software pilot it did in 2012.

  • Wotif sale to Expedia approved by ACCC

    Australia’s competition regulator has given the all clear to the $703 million travel website acquisition of Wotif.com by US giant Expedia.

  • In Pictures: Windows 10

    Microsoft's first glimpse of next year's new Windows fixes obvious flaws and borrows from Apple's OSes

  • Why GE Australia wants to invest in software innovation

    GE Australia CIO Mark Sheppard has pitched the creation of a local ‘software centre of excellence’ to GE's global CEO, Jeff Immelt, as part of a process of the conglomerate devolving more software development to regional subsidiaries.

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    No break-up of NBN Co – yet: Turnbull

    The government has indicated in its initial response to the third Vertigan panel report, which was released last night and includes an assessment of competition settings for the telco market, that it has no short-term plans to break up NBN Co.