Labor slams Turnbull’s NBN “broken promises”

              The Labor Party has hit out at what it calls Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's "broken promises" over the NBN rollout and listed a number of perceived "stuff-ups" during his first year of office.

              Stephen Conroy announces retirement from Senate

              Labor Senator Stephen Conroy has made the surprise announcement that he is to retire from Senate later this month.

              Telstra exchanges a “disgrace”, says CWU

              Telstra is "failing to maintain its exchange buildings" and many are in a "disgraceful state", the Communications Workers Union (CWU) has said.

              Labor colleagues pay tribute to “visionary” Conroy

              Labor politicians from across Australia have paid tribute to the Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Senate and longtime Victorian Senator, Stephen Conroy who announced his retirement from politics on Thursday.

              Ludlam demands clarity on GST Internet filter report

              The Australian Greens have demanded that the Government clarify its stance on a reported new policy that would see it block foreign sites not paying Goods and services Tax (GST) on sales in Australia.

              Origin searches for Head of Cloud Services

              Australian energy provider Origin is on the hunt for an experienced executive to take on the role of Head of Cloud Services as the firm moves towards a "cloud first" strategy.

              IoT solution brings a boost to Tasmania’s oyster farms

              AgTech business The Yield has developed a new system that uses in-water sensors, cloud computing and machine learning to offer an improved outcome for the bivalve-based businesses.

              ANZ Bank renews Optus telco deals

              Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) has renewed its telecommunications and managed services agreements with Singtel and Optus Business, extending both to 2020.

              Programming error costs CommBank over $2.5m

              A flawed computer programme has forced Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) to stump up $2.5m in penalties and written off overdrafts, according to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

              NSW Govt implements new IT project assurance framework

              The New South Wales Government is implementing a new set of procedures as part of its plan to monitor projects more closely and protect departments from issues such as runaway budgets.

              NSW Govt to buy services from DTO’s Digital Marketplace

              The NSW Government has announced it will become the first Australian state to find digital expertise on the Commonwealth Government’s Digital Marketplace.

              Superloop to boost offerings with BigAir acquisition

              Fibre network provider Superloop has announced its intent to acquire BigAir Group, a telco that manages one of the largest metropolitan fixed wireless networks in Australia.

              Labor backs Govt’s new Joint NBN Committee

              The Federal Government has formed a joint standing committee that will oversee the rollout of the National Broadband Network until it is completed, likely in 2020.

              Labor slams data retention funding “uncertainties”

              The Labor Opposition has hit out at the way the Government handled grant assistance for companies falling under the remit of new data retention regulation.

              Senate votes against asking Govt to abandon Census fines

              The Senate has voted against a motion asking the Federal Government to abandon fines for Australians who failed to complete their Census forms following a failure of the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) website on 9 August and concerns over the security of retained personal data.

              Atos, Datacom and NEC signed up for $3bn WA GovNext plan

              Atos, Datacom and NEC have been selected by the WA Government to help it roll out its $3 billion GovNext ICT plan, according to The West Australian.

              AirTree raises $250m for venture capital fund

              Australia-based venture capital firm AirTree has announced that it has raised $250m for what will be the country's largest ever VC fund.

              Vodafone snaps up Lebara’s Australian mobile assets

              Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) has announced the acquisition of Lebara’s Australian mobile business assets – a move that will give it the right to use the Lebara brand locally.

              HP adopts Microsoft Dynamics for CRM

              Multinational IT giant HP has signed a six-year agreement to deploy Microsoft Dynamics for its thousands of employees.

              Digital tech “critical” for massive agricultural industry growth

              Digital agricultural technology (AgTech) will be a "critical component" of Australia's plan to develop a $100 billion agricultural industry by 2030, according to a new StartupAUS report.

              Apple announces Australian launch dates for iPhone 7

              Apple has announced that its new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be available for preorder on 9 September in Australia, with the phones becoming available for retail sales on 16 September.

              CBA and Barclays announce UK-Australia mobile payments solution

              Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Barclays have announced a new technology partnership that is aimed to ease the movement of money between Australia and the UK.

              TAFE Queensland is rolling out TechOne’s education solution

              Australian enterprise Software as a Service (SaaS) provider TechOne has inked a deal to provide Student Management solution to TAFE Queensland, the vocational education and training organisation.

              Morrow predicts “NBN Generation” by 2020

              By 2020, NBN Co expects Australia will be "the first country of our size" to make broadband access universal, according to Bill Morrow, the firm's CEO.

              Chorus launches gigabit broadband across New Zealand

              New Zealand telco Chorus is to extend its 1Gbps residential and small-to-medium business fibre broadband service across its entire ultra-fast broadband footprint from 1 October.

              Australian smartwatch market gathering steam

              After a slow start, smartwatches sales numbers are starting to climb in Australia, according to a new study by emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte.

              ANZ Bank reveals new tech structure

              ANZ has announced changes to the way it will operate its technology, operations and shared services following the departure of the bank's Group Chief Operating Officer.

              Fujitsu wins grants management deal with Industry Dept

              Fujitsu has won a deal to build and implement an end-to-end grants management system for the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science.

              DTO nicks Treasury CIO to be new COO

              The Digital Transformation Office (DTO) has nabbed Peter Alexander, the current Chief Information Officer at the Treasury, as its new Chief Operating Officer.

              Defence to splurge $500m on cyber-wargames centre

              The Federal Government has approved a new joint electronic warfare project worth $500 million aimed to better prepare the Australian armed forces for operations in "complex threat environments".

              Foxtel ramps up its IPTV offering in competition with Netflix

              Foxtel has revamped its approach to package pricing for its IP-delivered subscription TV service, Foxtel Play, presumably aiming to lower the cost bar for customers in the face of competition from rival services such as Netflix.

              Telcos urge “regulatory restraint” on data retention compliance

              Communications Alliance, Australia's primary telecoms industry body with membership drawn from across the industry, has urged the Federal Government to "exercise regulatory restraint" if some telecoms service providers are unable to comply fully with mandatory data retention rules by the April 2017 deadline.

              Aurecon appoints new tech chief

              International engineering and advisory company Aurecon has appointed ex-Toll Group tech specialist Carl Duckinson as its new Chief Information Officer.

              Peregrine deploys Microsoft Power BI in IoT pilot

              South Australian convenience retailer Peregrine Corporation has announced plans to pilot an Internet of Things (IoT) and Microsoft Power BI data analytics solution to reduce business risks.

              Telstra seeks 120 voluntary redundancies

              Telstra is seeking up to 120 volunteers for redundancy from its Networks Delivery operations, according to the Communication Workers Union (CWU).
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