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The Indian government has finally announced its ambitious direct cash transfer scheme, but both banks and the regulator have a lot of work to do before the benefits start trickling down to the rural poor.
An argument for focusing cloud engagements to where they deliver the greatest value -- enhancing systems, and not as a new form of digital outsourcing.
The Australian government has ruled out waiting for the completion of a review of copyright law before ratifying the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).
Rising unemployment, fewer ICT jobs, and structural change are impacting the prospects for ICT professionals.
Businesses need to be careful how they send out press releases, Google is increasingly judging them by the company they keep...
With NBN Co now connecting premises as they roll down every street, there’s going to be a whole lot of digging required.
The Australian Federal Police has shown that criminals hiding behind jurisdictional boundaries can still be brought to justice by working with overseas authorities to successfully shut down a Romanian crime ring.
CSIRO Staff Association has said a decision to cut a number of jobs from the CSIRO's wireless division is "short-sighted".
The country's e-commerce industry is flourishing because of an unfettered environment, but the Ministry of Industry and Commerce is setting up a centralized monitoring system to better regulate it.
The Cyber Regulation Advisory Committee will meet Thursday to discuss objections from the public regarding certain sections of the law, and to issue interim guidelines to government agencies.
HP BSM software newly harnesses big-data analysis to better predict, prevent, and respond to IT issues
HP has broadened its BSM solutions to deliver better end-to-end visibility into IT applications and services by exploiting powerful, real-time and historical analytics.
Moody’s is downgrading Hewlett-Packard's credit rating over "execution challenges," amid other problems.
CBA's customers will soon be able to make payments over Facebook.
The Australian government will launch an inquiry into the recent Victorian exchange fire that cut off phone and internet services for 60,000 people.
The installation will power five EV charging stations using solar energy stored in a 100-kilowatt battery, plus it will also provide shade for up to 50 cars.
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