ACMA has made enhancements to the nbn consumer experience rules aimed at further protecting consumers while the final premises are moved to the nbn.
Telstra CEO Andy Penn will chair an industry advisory panel tasked with helping guide the implementation of the government's Cyber Security Strategy 2020.
Residents of metropolitan Sydney will soon have access to electronic prescriptions, as part of the plan to expand the rollout from Victoria.
The 2021 Women in AI Awards Australia - New Zealand are now open to women working in the AI industry, with updated criteria for applicants.
Gartner has revealed its annual top strategic technology trends for 2021, outlining the areas in tech that organisations should explore next year.
Communications Minister Paul Fletcher has issued the ACCC with a statement of expectations in relation to the regulation of the telecom sector.
Researchers are developing a platform that uses graph algorithms and machine learning technology to moderate and verify content shared on popular online forums.
New Zealand's Commerce Commission has released its final decision on aspects of the input methodologies for the regulatory regime for the UFB fibre network.
La Trobe University's Professor Ani Desai has received a Young Tall Poppy award for his dedication to researching technological solutions to real-world problems.
The second-wave lockdowns caused by COVID-19 triggered strong demand for traditional PC devices during the third quarter, according to Gartner and IDC.
Two working groups have been established as part of the National Blockchain Roadmap to progress analysis of blockchain technology.
NBN Co and CSIRO will collaborate to strengthen research and planning for Australia's digital age and accelerate digital transformation across several industries.
CEPU has slammed as "disgraceful" and "appalling" reports that senior nbn staff are being paid six-figure salaries even as base-level jobs are being slashed.
Unions NSW is calling on the government to introduce mandatory data breach reporting requirements for agencies as part of a range of data protection reforms.
ACS has appointed Rupert Grayston to stand in for former CEO Andrew Johnson while a global search for a permanent replacement is conducted.