Articles about Australia
Netflix has said that in signing deals with Optus and iiNet to allow customers to access Netflix without it counting towards their download quota, the company acted against its strong stance for net neutrality.
Australian-founded online graphic design marketplace 99designs is eyeing an Asian expansion after receiving $10 million in a Series B funding round from Japan's Recruit Holdings.
Telstra is doubling the footprint of its national Wi-Fi trial, switching on a further 1,500 hotspots across the country.
DDoS attackers are using shorter bursts of activity to infiltrate servers and networks in a large way, compared to the rest of DDoS attacks in Asia-Pacific.
The Victorian auditor-general has delivered a damning report on the state of IT projects and expenditure across the entire Victorian government, revealing that its overall IT spend is close to three times what had been estimated.
The no-contract market in Australia reached 9.5 percent during the full year to March 31, 2015, showing that consumers are increasingly exposed to the benefits of the tariff.
M2 Group has confirmed that it will not appeal a decision by the Australian Federal Court to grant Voltage Pictures access to the details of over 4,000 customer accounts alleged to have illicitly downloaded Dallas Buyers Club.
After reporting negative cash flow results for the year ending 2014, Australian online freelancing marketplace Freelancer has recorded a cash flow of almost AU$1 million for the first quarter of 2015.
The Australian Department of Defence has confirmed plans to continue cutting jobs as a result of a Lockheed Martin centralised processing contract.
Symantec's latest internet security report showed that Australia ranked as the seventh most targeted country globally when it came to social media scams in 2014.
The NSW government has commenced a year-long project that will see Service NSW accept contemporary payment methods, including PayPal and Apple Pay.
A new partnership between Australia's Melbourne IT and US-based public cloud management player 2nd Watch is expected to ramp up the local company's cloud migration capability.
It has been just over six months since Australia mandated chip and PIN technology, and the country is already moving beyond using EMV-enabled cards to make contactless payments.
Optus CEO Allen Lew sees the telco's future in offering entertainment services like Netflix on the back of a strong network core, and competitive fixed and mobile bundles.
The Australian Department of Defence has confirmed that 42 staff members have left voluntarily as a result of a AU$500 million centralised processing services contract signed with Lockheed Martin.