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  • Opinion: With Facebook friends like these...

    National Australia Bank ( NAB ) has finally gotten around to embracing social media and, like rival Commbank, has gotten itself an official Facebook page|new]]. Why then, will I not be ‘friending’ NAB any time soon?

  • NAB reports online banking login issues

    The National Australia Bank (NAB) is reporting issues with its online banking portal and directing customers to use its phone banking system as an alternate.

  • NAB CEO offers IT system issues explanation

    National Australia Bank (NAB) chief executive, Cameron Clyne, has sought to reassure shareholders that the bank is on top of the recent IT issues which saw millions of people stranded without cash for days.

  • NAB updates IT issues

    National Australia Bank (NAB) has provided an update to its current IT issues, informing customers that delays in payments are expected to be cleared up late tonight or early tomorrow morning.

  • Westpac delays core banking integration to focus on customer facing technologies

    Westpac's group executive for technology, Bob McKinnon, has outlined the bank’s technology strategy during the groups IT and productivity update, including the decision to delay the integration of its core systems with St George Bank’s Hogan platform until 2014. Instead, the bank will focus on customer facing technologies.

  • NAB shares insights on building cool data centres

    Ditch your regular servers for blades, consider tri-generation cooling and assess carbon costs over the long term. These are some of the recommendations that will be discussed by NAB’s data centre platform specialist, Glenn Allan, at CeBit’s upcoming <i> Future-Proofing Your Data Centre</i> conference in Sydney.

  • Telstra, NAB see success with mobile commerce trial

    A three-month trial of mobile phone commerce technology by Telstra, the National Australia Bank and Visa has been hailed as a success with all three parties looking to deploy the technology extensively.