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The Australian Attorney-General has ruled out the passage of any laws to legislate for data breach notification for this year, with the government only intending to introduce such legislation.
Australia's dominant telco is looking at appealing a decision made by the ACCC last week that would cut its fixed line price for wholesale customers by 9.4 percent.
Research by Roy Morgan has found that internet banking growth and satisfaction outstrips other channels such as face-to-face branch interaction and phone banking.
In its annual general meeting held today, Telstra revealed that it has received approval for its data retention plans.
The mega-merger carries massive risk and uncertainty. Here are five things you need to know about the deal.
For the second quarter of 2015, Infosys posted a net profit of $519 million, and experienced the highest revenue growth the New York Stock Exchange-listed company has seen in 16 quarters.
iFlix is convinced that while it's an on-demand streaming service, it's not a competitor of Netflix.
A planned common financial management and procurement system for New Zealand District Health Boards is over budget and more than three years behind schedule.
Microsoft has made Windows 10 test build 10565 for PCs available to Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring.
Microsoft now offers users in India the ability to access Azure and Office 365 services from three local datacenters. Microsoft also is expanding Skype for Business preview services worldwide.
According to a recent report by Transparency Market Research*, the Global WaaS market is valued at US$ 7.47 billion in 2014 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.1 percent from 2015 to 2022. If numbers don't lie, then WaaS is something to talk about.
VMware will be owned by a leading server vendor when Dell and EMC combine forces. Will the likes of HP, Lenovo, IBM and Cisco care?
Microsoft's Band 2 fitness device -- part of the company's Windows 10 devices family -- is available for preorder in the U.S. for $250.
If you're looking for a compact, multi-function printer and scanner, the HP OfficeJet 3830 is a decent budget device, with some handy features, but also a couple of frustrations.
Almost 40 percent of telcos don't understand data retention, while 84 percent will not be compliant by the implementation date, according to a survey by Comms Alliance.