Articles about Australia
NBN Co boss, Bill Morrow, has said that he would consider the option of outsourcing call centres and back office jobs to low-cost locations in a bid to cut back on costs for the company, according to a report.
The New Zealand Inland Revenue Department has given TechnologyOne the green light to offer its New Zealand customers enterprise software-as-a-service via its TechnologyOne cloud, which is hosted in Australia.
Two new directors have joined the iiNet board of directors, following the recent departures of Simon Hackett and Paul Broad.
NSW Minister for Finance and Services Andrew Constance has been promoted to the position of NSW treasurer in a cabinet reshuffle following the resignation of Barry O'Farrell and the installation of new NSW Premier Mike Baird.
NBN Co is becoming a parody of itself as new CEO Bill Morrow strongarms would-be competitors and a multi billion dollar organisation justifies a 180-degree policy turnaround on the back of a single, non-representative speed test.
The Australian competition watchdog will continue to allow retail telecommunication service providers to use Telstra's copper network for another five years.
Australian online email marketing firm is planning a host of new product launches over the next year after it received a record-breaking AU$268 million investment from US venture capital firm, Insight Venture Partners.
Together with MasterCard, Commonwealth Bank is easing the administration burden associated with payments of Australian schools with its mobile payment technology, QkR.
Freelancer.com has picked up over a million new users in its latest multi-million dollar acquisition spree, according to the company’s CEO, Matt Barrie.
Australia's Privacy Commissioner will not be investigating whether Australian organisations and government agencies have been vulnerable to privacy breaches from the Heartbleed bug until allegations are made about specific organisations.
A new ad-hoc fibre link lit up yesterday in Auckland to speed research data traffic between Australia and New Zealand.
Telecommunications company TPG has been handed a AU$400,000 fine by the Federal Court for failing to connect 193 calls to the Triple Zero emergency call service.
While St. George has no idea how many of its customers are interested in wearable technology, the bank has launched its first smartwatch banking app.
NBN Co has said that its 105Mbps download speed achieved in a fibre-to-the-node trial was based on a single test, and has suggested TPG should be taxed for its proposed fibre to the building plans.
Dropbox has reiterated that it's 275 million users are safe from Heartbleed, following announcing the opening of its first Australian office in Sydney.