For those that can't get enough of the antics of our politicians, the NSW Parliament will be Webcast for the first time today.
Stories by Kelly Mills
Electronic voting in Victorian state elections will be considered as part of an inquiry into electronic democracy, said the state Minister for Information and Communication Technology.
The Minister for Communications has ordered an investigation into the merits of wireless LANs as a possible solution to the 'last mile' problem.
Communications at the belated Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Queensland in March will be supplied by AAPT.
After many years delay and $20 million spent on integration, a national register of written-off vehicles (WOVR) is finally set to go live in April to tackle a burgeoning vehicle rebirthing racket, estimated to be worth some $7 million a month.
Computer Associates will launch its storage portal technology in April at its annual CA World in the US.
Mark Milford, senior vice president and general manager storage management products for Computer Associates, said the BrightStor storage portal will be vendor-agnostic and provide IT professionals with the ability to manage storage enterprise-wide.
Information technology has delivered for Melbourne Water, cutting 20 days off a task that was previously manual.
For most IT departments getting their fair share of the budget is a constant uphill battle. But in organisations that exist to serve humanity (that is, don't focus on the profit line), grabbing even the smallest sliver of the pie is exhausting.
A surge in IT activity in Australia's healthcare industry has led to a warning from analysts to IT managers to remain "focused on business" when making purchasing decisions.
Database erasure is claiming mind space in government agencies as a result of the recently introduced Privacy Act.
With mobility-enhancing projects creeping onto the IT agenda success of these implementation centres on a re-evaluation of the company's IT architecture, according to one mobile solutions vendor.
Moves to build privacy-law compliant IT systems may prove ineffectual in the wake of the new breed of self-propagating viruses. The impact could leave IT managers to face litigation if their company is hit by a virus or Trojan horse that exposes a database of personal information.
Two former directors of failed telco One.Tel have announced plans to launch a new cut-price phone company named TeleOne.
Australia's controversial detention centres will be linked via videoconferencing technology, which is expected to speed the processing of applications for the thousands of detainees.
Australian transport and logistics company Toll Holdings has awarded a $35 million contract to Telecom New Zealand (TNZ) to manage its telecommunications services.