Telstra will spend $15 billion to kill competition across its ADSL exchanges, according to Terria.
Stories by Darren Pauli
Barack Obama has left the presidential campaign trail and joined George W Bush, Al Qaeda and Microsoft to recruit zombies for the world's second largest botnet, Rustock.
Twice as many Australian businesses are using virtualisation than the rest of the world, according to analysts.
The Australian Department of Defence (DoD) has purchased a new e-mail classification system to reduce data loss and maintain compliance with federal regulations.
Queensland Health CIO Paul Summergreene has been sacked, amid rigorous investigations into allegations he cashed-in up to $25,000 in false expenses.
Accreditation is crucial to milk the most from IT Service Management (ITSM) deployments, according to the Australian ITSM forum (ITSMf).
Rolling fibre out to the bush could cost up to $10 billion, almost as much as laying the cables across every Australian capital, according to Telstra.
Gold Coast City Council has today been revealed as the culprit behind [[ArtId:27252105|this week's Optus outage|new]] after excavations in a Queensland state water project severed an interstate fibre cable.
Optus customers cut-off by the Queensland telecommunications black-out yesterday may be able to seek compensation from the company.
Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are drawing swords over access to dirt-cheap exchanges, according to Telstra, in a display reminiscent of a "David Jones fire sale".
Optus has confirmed its major fibre cables in Queensland have been severed in a [[artid:1408978410|construction mishap|new]], cutting Internet connections, PSTN and mobile phone services to more than one million customers.
Optus and Primus fibre cables in Queensland have been severed in a construction accident, cutting the Internet connections to potentially thousands of customers.
Telstra will have to provide reasons for denying competitors access to exchanges after the Australia Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) ruled it must show detailed records of DSL provisioning.
Internode will open its third datacentre in Adelaide later this year after its second facility reached maximum capacity faster than expected.
The abrupt ousting|new of VMware co-founder and CEO Diane Greene may have occurred through a plot worthy of Elizabethan treachery but analysts say there is no need for users to worry.