HPE has launched an internal investigation into the cause of the hardware failure behind the unprecedented system outage which hit the ATO on 12 December.
Stories by Leon Spencer
As a former CBA exec gets jail time for allegedly taking kickbacks from former ServiceMesh CEO, the legal battle to lay the bribery scandal to rest continues.
The government is planning to spend an initial $31.5 million during 2016-17 to overhaul the IT systems it uses to deliver Medicare payments to Australians.
The Federal Court has ordered ISPs to block several copyright infringing torrent sites, but will it keep the pirates at bay?
A project to overhaul the IT system used by the Department of Defence to handle its base services contracts has run almost $40 million and five years over budget.
Dicker Data is among the local technology companies that have moved to clarify their tax stance after the ATO released its latest tax transparency report.
State audit highlights serious malware infections in at least two government agencies.
Former DTO head, Paul Shetler, has taken aim at inefficiencies in the public sector’s IT buying habits, as he steps away from his short-lived role as the country’s digital chief.
The NSW Audit Office has warned Transport for New South Wales that delays in its $196 million SAP-based ERP mega-project could impact the project’s total cost.
Vocus has revealed its plans to repopulate its executive ranks following the aftermath of a leadership shake-up that saw the boardroom departure of former CEO, James Spenceley.
The government has questioned the close relationship between the ABS and IBM over the August shutdown of the 2016 Census online portal.
Assistant Minister for Digital Transformation, Angus Taylor, suggests that a future platform for Australia’s IT procurement system should be able to “ingest and provide technology".
The federal government has agreed to loan nbn the $19.5 billion needed to ensure the completion of the project.
Minister for Industry, Greg Hunt, has singled out IT sector workers amid moves by the government to clamp down on 457 visa provisions.
The federal government has introduced new draft legislation that could see certain IT procurement decisions taken out of the hands of the country’s telecommunications providers.