The cloud company expects the centre to create 20 jobs by September 2013.
Stories by Adam Bender
Businesses must adapt as tablet and smartphone adoption accelerates, mobile industry officials said at an Australian Interactive Media Industry Association event in Sydney.
The app store—that staple of consumer tablets and smartphones—is making a transition to the business market.
The ACMA proposed prioritising more spectrum for mobile broadband in an updated Australian radiofrequency spectrum plan. The ACMA is seeking comment on the plan, which will go into effect on 1 January.
Sustainability has risen in importance for Australian organisations, according to Maureen Clifford, CEO of environmental and IT consultant Ndevr.
The Office of the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) seeks software for a new online customer portal, according to a request for tender dated 24 September.
Melbourne IT reported progress on a proposal to strengthen trademark protections for organisations as ICANN gets set to roll out more than 1000 new generic top-level domains (gTLDs).
Visionstream will build network infrastructure for the new Royal Adelaide Hospital to be completed in 2016, under a $71 million deal announced today with design and construction partners Hansen Yuncken Leighton Contractors Joint Venture.
The Internet Industry Association has asked for more information on the government’s proposal to require retention of Internet user data for two years, said IIA CEO Peter Lee. Lee, who became the IIA’s CEO in July, said other current areas of focus include updating the iCode and reforming copyright laws.
The Australian Digital Alliance plans to take copyright issues surrounding the Optus TV Now recording service to the Australian Law Reform Commission, according to the Alliance’s executive director, Ellen Broad.
The telecom industry has slammed data retention proposals by the government at an Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) conference today in Sydney.
The NBN should heat up telco competition in a broadband market that has been dominated by Telstra, said Optus, Vodafone and iiNet officials on a panel at the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) conference in Sydney. However, they said the national network won’t resolve all inequities in the telco industry.
Even with the National Broadband Network (NBN), more work remains to bridge the digital divide between regional and metropolitan areas in Australia, said advocates for rural communities at the the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) conference in Sydney.
Video could be a competitive differentiator for financial institutions as banks increasingly use technology to gain an edge on rivals, according to a Telstra white paper published Wednesday. Telstra is seeking to sell network management and unified communications services to banks to handle technological challenges that come with a move to videoconferencing.
Victoria will give vouchers to technology companies in the state under an $8 million program announced by the Vic Coalition Government.