Articles about Australia
Acquisition is the second in six months as New Zealand-based TSG buys its way into UK and European markets.
Australia's competition watchdog has reported that it inadvertently published user email addresses online.
Emails to the Attorney-General's Department from the Australian Screen Association since the election show the group is keen on seeing the government act to stop online copyright infringement
Xero has appointed three new directors to its board, including Australian-based Lee Hatton who will be bringing her 17+ years of banking and finance experience to the company.
As debate rages over TPG competing against NBN Co, TPG has released its unlimited plans for services on NBN Co's network, which the company says were only possible through its large fibre infrastructure assets.
Having acquired UK-based payments platform DFC, New Zealand’s DebitSuccess promises US and Indian market entries.
"This one matters," says the SANS Institute, calling for 'global and immediate action' to deal with Heartbleed — including better vendor communication and better software development practices.
Digital post mailbox startup Zumbox has announced it will shut down next week, but its Australian partner, Digital Post Australia, intends to continue using the US-based company’s infrastructure.
During the 2014 Australian Open, Tennis Australia leveraged its dynamic cloud infrastructure to track content and analytics to make future projections.
Telstra is on the attack against its rivals' coverage claims, this time telling Vodafone its 4G ads need to disclose that the company's network might not always be the fastest.
In one swift move on the fifth birthday of the NBN, Malcolm Turnbull has fallen into the same practice that he accused Labor of for years.
Vodafone Australia has ramped up its new software deployment rate from a handful of releases per year to several each month since making the move into the cloud.
A new venture capital investment by T.Rowe Price has lifted Atlassian's value to be worth US$3.3 billion.
Despite years of slamming Labor for the same sin, the government's decision to proceed with a multi-technology mix version of the National Broadband Network without a cost-benefit analysis into the project being completed will allow NBN Co to get on with the job, according to Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
The cost-benefit analysis is incomplete, Ziggy Switkowski has gone rogue and there's still no clarity around how or even if the government will access Telstra's copper – yet Malcolm Turnbull happily marked NBN Co's fifth birthday with a new Statement of Expectations putting the NBN on a road to nowhere. How will future Australia judge this day?