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Labor leader Bill Shorten has called on the federal government to take up his idea behind introducing coding to the school curriculum.
SAP Australia and New Zealand has announced the departure of Andrew Barkla after three years, and has appointed John Ruthven to the position.
For event management business Cattleyard Collective, success hinges on its ability to mobilise staff quickly and effectively on behalf of clients. The transition from traditional IT infrastructure to a robust cloud-centric setup was essential in keeping staff responsive and agile.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has expressed disappointment in the amount of students taking up STEM education, days after the release of Australia's 2015 Budget, which made no specific details of how the government will be supporting STEM learning.
Optus has said that its proposal to get content providers to pay for bandwidth guarantees is about collaborating with telcos and providing the products that consumers want.
Australian Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has pledged to wipe the HECS debts for 100,000 science, engineering, maths, and technology graduates in his reply to the 2015 Budget.
Vocus Communications has sold its 10 percent stake in rival internet provider Amcom Telecommunications in a move that it hopes will bolster the chances of a planned merger going ahead.
Less than two months after passing legislation that was designed to limit access to stored telecommunications data, the Australian government has quietly added Immigration and Border Protection to the list of agencies that can access data.
The Australian parliamentary committee for human rights has said that legislation to block websites that infringe on copyright may limit the right to expression.
Macquarie Telecom has joined Amazon and Microsoft on the federal government's certified cloud services list after receiving security approval from the Australian Signals Directorate.
Quickflix's streaming video content will now be provided by Foxtel's Presto in a deal aimed at improving the economics of the troubled business.
The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman saw connection complaints make up 44.8 percent of all NBN-related complaints between January and March 2015.
Australia's second-largest mobile company Optus has reported Q4 operating revenue up 11.9 percent with the net addition of 42,000 new mobile customers.
Telstra is rolling out its hybrid fibre-coaxial network into new buildings to connect more customers, despite the network's pending sale to NBN.
The federal government has committed AU$5.5 billion under the Jobs and Small Business package to help small businesses reduce tax liabilities and red tape.