Articles about Australia
A reverse takeover deal that Australian cloud services provider CloudCentral had struck with publicly listed vineyard ownership company Dromana Estate fell through because former iiNet executive Andrew Milner withdrew from the agreement.
NEC Australia will be providing maintenance, management, and support of physical and virtual networking devices to all South Australian government agencies as part of an initial three-year deal.
UXC has acquired the Saltbush Group, which will improve the company's position in the growing online security space, in particular the federal government market.
NBN Co's updated product road map released today outlines plans to introduce fibre-to-the-basement and fibre-to-the-node commercial products in 2015.
Australia is the only country that has mobile connection speeds above 100Mbps, according to the second-quarter 2014 State of the Internet Report.
Australia's Parliament has passed the first tranche of new national security reforms, approving laws that will give ASIO the power to monitor every device on the internet, and with a single warrant copy, delete, or modify data held on those devices.
Car-booking app Uber is targeting business customers as it ups the ante in its battle with taxi giant Cabcharge.
Zen Telecom has been fined AU$225,000 for misleading customers by claiming it is associated with Telstra.
Australian ISPs iiNet and Dodo have been warned by the industry regulator to comply with direct debit authorisations.
Eftpos has replaced a network of complex bilateral links between banks and merchants with a centralised payment hub.
Australian online social network startup Tinybeans has drawn upon a strong North American customer base and a potentially broad palette of revenue models to secure AU$2 million from private investors.
Lockheed Martin will soon be opening an Asia-Pacific IT engineering hub in Melbourne that is expected to secure Commonwealth government and international contracts, particularly in South Asia and the Middle East.
Lenovo believes the company still has a place in the PC market, and says the acquisition of IBM's x86 server business will play a role in helping it grow in that space.
Frame will be responsible for managing Melbourne Airport's IT assets, including datacentres and communication rooms, over the next three years.