The Australian Government Information Management Offfice (AGIMO) has appointed Fujitsu, Telstra and Transact to its newly concluded telco services panel.
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Tenix Solutions IMES and Oakton have come to an agreement over an outstanding contract dispute — stretching back almost a year and a half — with Tenix today paying Oakton a $15 million settlement.
Swinburne University of Technology has moved ahead with its plans for the rollout of a hybrid CPU- and GPU-based supercomputer, signing Silicon Graphics to provide the first phase of the project.
The NSW Government has sought to lay claim to being Australia’s leading ICT state with the launch of a new ICT Governance framework.
Vodafone has announced it has wrapped up a three month network upgrade project involving the installation of new mobile equipment at 49 sites across Newcastle, parts of the Central Coast, and the Hunter.
Listed telecommunications provider M2 Telecommunications (ASX: MTU has connected its first customer to the National Broadband Network (NBN Co).
Telstra has announced it is to axe its BigPond Movies DVD rental business in September.
The State Library of Queensland is to launch a virtual tour application in response to growing demand from school students and educators for a deeper learning experience.
The rollout of automated border processing technology, or SmartGates, to all of Australia’s international airports has been completed following the deployment of the technology at Darwin International Airport.
The Queensland Police Service (QPS) is to shortly carry out a series of Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance assessments and reviews aimed at addressing any deficiencies or gaps in current ICT systems.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has warned of a new telco scam doing the rounds which promises refunds to current and former VIPtel customers.
Improvements in Queensland Health’s bungled payroll project have been made but issues with salary overpayments and emergency cash payments persist, according to the Queensland Auditor-General.
The Federal Opposition has dramatically softened its stance on the National Broadband Network following the signing of definitive agreements by Optus and Telstra with the NBN Co.
Singtel (ASX: SGT) subsidiary, Optus, has reached an $800m agreement with the NBN Co for the migration of its hybrid coaxial cable (HFC) customers to the National Broadband Network (NBN).
After two years of protracted negotiations Telstra, the Federal Government and the NBN Co have come to definitive agreements on the structural separation of Telstra and the use of its network assets in the National Broadband Network (NBN).