Spending on technology products and services in Australia is expected to reach almost $93.8 billion in 2019.
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Infosys has brought its 5G Living Lab to Australia, opening up a new spot in Melbourne.
EY has opened its first custom-built cyber security centre in Melbourne, deemed its largest facility in the Asia Pacific region.
System integrator Infosys is being asked to provide further documentation on source code it created for financial services customer Qudos Bank, following allegations of copyright infringement, breaching contract terms and misuse of confidential information.
Singapore-based H2 Cable has signed a contract with fibre optic cable network manufacturer and operator, SubCom to supply and install the H2 submarine cable system, connecting Australia and Hong Kong.
Microsoft has secured its largest 365 Advanced A5 deployment in Australia to date in a project with RMIT University.
Investments in data centres and cloud computing has paid off for Macquarie Telecom after experiencing nine consecutive halves of revenue and profit growth.
A software defect has been blamed for the authentication issue that hit Microsoft 365 services across the globe for three hours on January 30.
More than 10 Australian federal and state government agencies have shifted their enterprise software support from Oracle and SAP to Rimini Street.
Digital Realty has boosted its investment portfolio in Australia to more than $1 billion after opening its new data centre facility, Digital Erskine Park II.
Telstra has confirmed it is aware of an issue affecting its cloud services impacting access to some external applications.
Microsoft has announced a string of updates to Azure IoT Edge, as the tech giant opens up global availability for enterprise deployments on GitHub.
Plans to reveal the outcome of its strategic operational review
This year has been deemed as the year of the mini notebook, according to analyst firm, Gartner.
Telecommunications reseller, Telcoinabox, has signed a $16 million deal with Telstra Wholesale to roll-out high-end ADSL2+ broadband to its business customers nationally.