Optus has signed a binding memorandum of understanding with Vodafone, striking an agreement to combine the telcos' resources to improve network coverage and cut costs.
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The decision by Optus to restructure and cut some 750 jobs in Australia was almost inevitable given the cut-throat nature of the telecommunications market, industry analysts argue.
Social media websites could find themselves in court if they breach Australia’s Privacy Act now that the Privacy Commissioner has been granted new powers to take breaches to the court
The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) has acquired a new robot that is capable of fetching beer from the fridge and a sandwich from Subway.
The recent decision against Optus, which found it was guilty of breaching the Copyright Act by broadcasting sports games via its TV Now service, could have wider implications for Cloud-based services, according to the executive officer of the Australian Digital Alliance.
Australia's National Broadband Network will create new applications and uses for its bandwidth, according to Jim Hassell, head of product development and industry relations at NBN Co
Australian government agencies are developing a Cloud framework for government agencies to follow, but a stance against storing classified data in off-shore locations has garnered ire from the US.
Optus will enable its 4G network across Greater Newcastle, Port Stephens, the Hunter Valley and Lake Macquarie next week.
4G technology in Newcastle is one step closer with Telstra announcing the second phase of its plan for the area over the coming months.
As Privacy Awareness Week kicks off this week, the Federal Government’s reforms to the Privacy Act, which began in 2006, seem to have fallen off the radar.
Big Data might be one of the more common buzzwords doing the rounds, but it's nothing more than hype -- at least for now -- according to Dell’s vice president of Enterprise Solutions, Asia Pacific and Japan.
The explosion of smartphones, and the growing influence of mobile computing, has prompted Google to rethink its business model and strategy.
While Red Hat might be one of the largest open source providers in the world, Jim Totton, vice president for the company’s platform business unit, is surprisingly coy about mistakes the company has made and learnt from in the decade since it launched.
In February this year, Attorney-General Nicola Roxon announced the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) would conduct an inquiry into copyright law to make sure it was keeping pace with the digital age.
Cerebral Palsy League (CPL), a not-for-profit organisation which provides services for people with disabilities in Queensland, has implemented IBM’s Netbox Blue Borderless Internet Compliance program to help analyse its internet usage more easily.