Stories by Hamish Barwick


Knosys to list on ASX

Enterprise software provider Knosys Limited will list on the ASX tomorrow.

Android sales overtake iPhone in first half

Sales of Android-based devices pulled ahead of the iPhone in the first half of the year, with a 54 per cent market share according to Telsyte.

​NT government, Telstra sign $30m infrastructure agreement

Telstra has signed a $30 million, three year infrastructure deal with the Northern Territory government to help connect remote communities with mobile and fixed broadband services.

KPMG partners with fintech platform

KPMG International has signed a partnership with fintech platform

Hume Bank centralises financial data

Hume Bank is rolling out a new solution to centralise financial data held by the organisation.

NSW Department of Finance hunts for new group CIO

The New South Wales Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI) is seeking​ a new group CIO to drive technology change and transformation.

Cyber attacks top Tasmanian fraud

Cyber attacks were amongst the top three types of fraud identified by Tasmanian organisations in a new Deloitte report.

​AEC migrating IT infrastructure to NextDC's C1

The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) is migrating IT infrastructure from the Tuggeranong Data Centre (TDC) to NextDC’s Canberra 1 data centre in the ACT.

​2015 Cyber Security Challenge to attract over 250 students

The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet’s annual Cyber Security Challenge is set to attract over 250 university undergraduates and undergraduate TAFE students from around Australia.

Equinix, Telstra expand data centre agreement

Telstra customers will be able to colocate within Equinix’s five data centres, SY1, SY2, SY3, SY4 and ME1 in Sydney and Melbourne.

Cloud shaking up Australian data centre market: Frost & Sullivan

The Australian outsourced data centre market will peak in 2015 as the rate of data centre capacity entering the market slows down and customers migrate their co-location services to the cloud according to a new report.

PayPal Australia offers P2P payments service

PayPal has launched its peer to peer payments (P2P) service PayPal.Me in Australia.

NT cops use facial recognition to fight crime

The Northern Territory Police Force is using facial recognition technology to identify criminals through a database of photos and match them against any image or CCTV footage.

ANZ signs $450m IT deal with IBM

ANZ bank and IBM have signed a five year, $450 million agreement which includes access to the vendor’s software portfolio, innovation lab, cloud development and systems infrastructure.

Superloop releases first results since ASX listing

Dark fibre infrastructure provider Superloop has released its first results to the ASX after listing earlier this year.