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The Australian government is promoting one of the first major new apartment blocks connected to the NBN; however, it will not face the same issues that other apartment blocks have had connecting to the NBN.
The region of Trentino-Alto Adige is shaping up to be a startup to watch, with its independent government looking to translate the region's natural advantages into IT growth.
Chinese official says China will take "firm measures" to protect its interest should European Union trade chief Karel De Gucht insist on investigating alleged unfair trade practices by the Chinese companies.
The Australian government has said it will work with government agencies to ensure Section 313 requests to block websites are "properly targeted".
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission accidentally blocked thousands of websites in seeking to block a fraud-related website, in turn exposing the secret internet filter in operation in Australia.
The five-year federal datacenter consolidation program still lacks metrics to measure actual cost savings.
An independent audit has found that many of Western Australia's universities and state training providers have failed to resolve the cheap and easy-to-fix information system weaknesses that they were informed about in previous years.
The data-as-a-service program is meant to kickstart the development of a nationwide delivery platform of public and private sector datasets, which would in turn spur more innovative applications to be created.
Abandoning the controversial internet filter will see the Australian government save AU$4.5 million.
Despite the tough economic times, there were a number of big IT winners in this year's federal Budget.
The Australian government will expand local programs to promote the NBN, but controversial advertising for the project has been reduced from the last financial year.
The Australian government will replace the Child Support IT system for AU$102.2 million as it eyes a much larger overhaul of Centrelink's IT system.
European Union trade chief Karel De Gucht is looking to raise support from other members within the European Commission to look into alleged unfair trade practices from Chinese telecom equipment makers.
Three Democrats and a Republican have proposed a House Resolution entitled the Unlocking Technology Act of 2013. It's actually good governance. Surprised?