Stories by Darren Pauli

Analysts clash over Telstra split

Analysts have clashed over whether Telstra should be cleaved in half to ensure fair pricing of the National Broadband Network (NBN).

AVG caves to Webmasters

The deluge of false traffic triggered by the LinkScanner Search-Shield component of AVG anti-virus will dry up after the company axed its Web trawling function.

AG launches review into national e-security

A review of Australia's top e-security projects lead by the Attorney-General's Department has been launched to scrutinise the Howard's government's $73 million E-Security National Agenda.

SQL attacks lobs onto pro tennis site

Visitors to the Association of Tennis Professionals Web site have potentially been infected with spyware after apparent lax security allowed a malicious script to be injected across its pages.

Bush broadband worth $6000 to ISPs

Internet service providers will receive up to $6000 per customer to supply broadband to the bush, after the government poured an extra $4000 into subsidies available under the Australian Broadband Guarantee (ABG).

Opposition launches NBN investigation

The Coalition has launched a senate inquiry into the government's National Broadband Network (NBN) proposal to evaluate its effects on competition, existing services and the need for private investment.

TransACT vies for NBN

Broadband provider TransACT will be the third contender to design, build and operate the National Broadband Network (NBN) in a rival bid against Telstra and the Optus led Terria group.

Travel agent takes off with VoIP

Online flight travel agency Skywest has ditched its old land line telephone system for a unified communications and reporting suite.

WA Water charges online

The Western Australian Water Corporation has replaced its legacy billing system under a five year modernisation overhaul to migrate to Web services.

Vic's Eastern Health moves from legacy to leader

A four-year IT modernisation overhaul of Victorian health provider Eastern Health will spell the end of server sprawl, expensive Private Automatic Branch Exchanges (PABXs), and soaring printing costs.