The Australian Tax Office is to end Optus’ decade-long dominance as its sole network services supplier after more than a decade.
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The NDIA has launched a hunt for a cloud vendor as it battles ongoing criticism of its much-maligned IT system.
Symantec staff in the local region have cleared their desks this week, following the company's US$10.7 billion acquisition by Broadcom.
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) has issued a battle cry to the technology industry to overhaul the IT networking underpinning its global military outposts.
The union representing Telstra workers has attacked CEO Andy Penn’s “exorbitant” $5-million-dollar paycheque following a year of mass lay-offs.
The competition watchdog has set its sights on potentially “unfair” NBN prices for consumers on basic speed packages.
The former chief executive officer of GBST has won a $2.6 million payout from the firm for wrongful termination.
The ACCC has formally warned NBN Co for offering materially different commercial terms to different RSPs and giving preferential treatment to Macquarie Telecom.
The NSW Government is to abolish its technical standards procurement categories as part of an effort to “simplify” the supply process.
The integrity of future NSW elections could be under threat after the state’s Electoral Commission lost a number of “very specialised skills” amid a spending axe.
A bespoke platform to power the NSW Government's recently-merged insurance provider has cost $360 million dollars, a recent committee revealed.
Huawei Australia’s chief executive officer has affirmed the company “will never give up” on the country despite its ban from the 5G infrastructure roll-out.
The unions at the centre of Telstra bargaining talks have fuelled speculation that the telco is priming itself to buy the National Broadband Network (NBN).
NEC Australia has filed a lawsuit against over the cancellation of the government's Biometric Identification Services (BIS) project.
Australia’s controversial encryption laws will see multinational technology companies withdraw their services from the country, IT industry body the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has warned.