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Telstra has seen three internal promotions and one departure among its executives this week, with the telco also acquiring eHealth management company EOS Technologies.
Verizon's cybersecurity arm believes the way an Australian company handles health and safety on a building site should be employed to tackle cybersecurity.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull responded to concerns over the use of his own private email server by saying politicians use insecure communication all the time.
Enterprise architecture needs to move as fast as the business, thought leader urges.
The competition watchdog has decided on a 9.4 percent cut to the prices Telstra can charge its wholesale customers for use of its copper network.
Consumer complaints to the Telecommunications Ombudsman about Optus were up by over 30 percent, while iiNet's numbers were up by 26 percent, and M2's by almost 75 percent.
The future of Office is in the cloud, and as Office 2016 evolves, it's Office 365 subscribers that will get the most benefit from new features.
Following raids on Uber offices and the banning of Uber services in multiple Chinese cities, the company is set to increase investment and apply for a government licence as soon as possible.
For the third quarter of 2015 Gartner says worldwide PC shipments have fallen 7.7 percent to 73.7 million, attributing the purchase lull in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Japan, and Latin America to the sharp appreciation of the US dollar.
While overall telco complaints were down 10.5 percent, consumer complaints about NBN services skyrocketed by almost 70 percent.
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