The Australian Taxation Office is still unsure as to whether the cables that have been held identified as a key cause for a crippling SAN outage are defective or whether they had been incorrectly installed.
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Vocus, whose brands include iPrimus, Dodo and Commander, will compensate a number of its fibre to the node (FTTN) and fibre to the basement (FTTB) customers who were sold NBN services with maximum speeds that their lines were not capable of achieving.
New facilities will help train the telco technicians responsible for hooking up homes and businesses to the National Broadband Network.
ANZ has confirmed a wave of tech problems affecting its Internet banking platform, ATM withdrawals and payments using ANZ cards.
Foxtel and Village Roadshow are using a public consultation on the operation of Australia’s website-blocking laws to urge that the anti-piracy scheme be expanded.
The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) has begun the hunt for a key software component for the government’s digital identity program.
Telstra has installed 50 4G-capable small cells in Melbourne’s CBD as part of a national rollout of the technology.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has written to industry stakeholders seeking input on allocation limits for the upcoming auction of spectrum in the 3.6GHz band.
NBN related-complaints to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission rose “significantly” during 2016-17, the watchdog has revealed.
The latest government-backed Joint Cyber Security Centre has officially launched in Sydney, joining centres in Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth.
Fixed wireless wholesaler Cirrus Communications has entered the retail market. The company said the newly launched C2 Direct will offer an alternative to the NBN for businesses.
More than 11,000 iiNet and Internode customers will be eligible for compensation after being sold NBN plans with unachievable maximum speeds.
A Senate committee has backed the government’s incremental approach to expanding Australia’s safe harbour regime, but a dissenting report supported by the Greens calls for much broader copyright reform.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner says it is investigating whether any personal information of Australians was disclosed to Cambridge Analytica without authorisation.
Telstra’s business customers will be able to make native voice calls over the telco’s network from within Microsoft’s Office 365 under a deal unveiled today.