Stories by Cameron Roberts

Update: Epson refutes manipulation claims

Epson Australia is concerned that legal action in the US accusing the printing vendor of manipulating equipment in order to sell more ink could have a negative impact locally.

Pacific Internet launches VPN

Pacific Internet is targeting SME's with its new range of private network solutions that allow small businesses to connect multiple sites to a secure wide area network (WAN).

Telstra responds to Estens inquiry

Telstra has released its response to the Estens Inquiry which outlines the telcos commitment to implementing the 19 recommendations relating to Telstra services.

UWS teams up with Cisco

The University of Western Sydney (UWS) has launched a Cisco Academy aimed at enhancing the career and industry prospects of the public, and IT and computing students.

ABS puts eCensus up for tender

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) wants to hear from IT specialists interested in developing an online form for the next Census in 2006.

Second attempt at broadband inquiry succeeds

A second opposition attempt to force a Senate committee inquiry into the state of Australian broadband competition passed through the upper house today after two new terms of reference were added to the original proposition.

Labor broadband inquiry rejected by Senate

A Labor and Democrats attempt to force a Senate committee inquiry into the state of broadband competition in Australia has failed after the government gained support from independent Senators to reject the request.

Government refutes Telstra sale claims

The Commonwealth government has refuted opposition claims that Telstra will be fully privatised in the near future after Shadow Minister for Communications, Lindsay Tanner, claimed the government is pushing ahead with legislation.