A month after burying its AU$1.2 billion payroll bungle with IBM, the Queensland government is now looking into another debacle concerning payment errors for nursing staff at Queensland health.
SWIFT says it plans to launch a new security program as it fights to rebuild its reputation in the wake of the $81 million Bangladesh Bank cyber heist.
Promoters are aware that speed may thrill, but it may also kill their ventures.
Chinese tech giant Tencent is in talks with Japanese counterpart SoftBank to buy the latter's majority stake in Supercell, known for making global hit game Clash of Clans, according to a report.
Some customers are being told to reset their modems in order to access NBN and ADSL services after Telstra's Friday outage.
Former bitcoin miner Digital X has signed a deal with telco giant Telefonica to market its cross-currency cash remittance platform in Latin America.
The mobile blackspot program will have a third round under a Coalition government, with AU$60m being provided to address another 900 blackspots.
Korean dominant telco, SK Telecom, will launch a 500Mbps LTE-A service next month thanks to the use of five band carrier aggregation.
As part of its continuing focus on the SMB segment, Optus has picked former BlackBerry Australia MD Matt Ball as its head.
Australian-listed TechnologyOne has reported a 17 percent year-on-year drop in profit to AU$7.4 million, with cloud service fees and annual licence fees keeping the company in positive territory.