Telstra’s chief, Andy Penn, has warned shareholders that “intense” competition on price-point in the local market has impacted the company’s financials.
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Australian businesses with an annual turnover of $3 million or more will now be at the mercy of the Government's long-awaited mandatory data breach notification laws.
The government has introduced its so-called “Google tax” legislation, aimed at preventing large multinational companies from diverting Australian profits to lower-tax regions, into parliament.
Australia's Commissioner of Taxation has suggested that HPE has “failed” to reliably provide the ATO with its contracted services.
Aussie banks hit back at Apple in the latest round of the ongoing Apple Pay collective negotiation stoush.
The ATO is bringing services back online following a weekend-long marathon effort working with HPE engineers to replace failed hardware and restore systems.
HPE technicians have been burning the midnight oil with ATO staff to help the agency complete a major replacement of its failed hardware.
Telstra Health has won a $10 million contract from the Western Australian government to roll out a community health information system across the state.
The Victorian government has overhauled its long-running telecommunications services procurement scheme, establishing a new set of contracts, worth $126 million annually.
Australia’s Department of Defence has officially opened its incoming IT services procurement panel to bids from the country’s IT providers.
Answers to lingering questions over how the ATO's systems went down following a hardware failure are set to be revealed in March.
As Samsung prepares to share the findings of its probe into last year's Galaxy Note7 issues, the company looks set to face further challenges in 2017.
How AusCERT helped to tackle the Australian Red Cross Blood Service’s massive data breach.
Over a month after the hardware failure that took its systems offline, the ATO is still working to straighten out the kinks left by the “unprecedented” event.
An independent think-tank has called on the Australian Army to change its tech procurement model in a bid to better adapt to the pace of change in the IT landscape.