New Zealand's Commerce Commission has won a court case against Vodafone NZ related to the marketing of its FibreX-branded HFC broadband service
The 5G Infrastructure Association has elected a new governing board, comprising 16 organisations, ahead of its Smart Networks and Services European partnership.
Cynterra has secured a contract to provide the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) with a new generation Secure Internet Gateway (SIG).
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Australian federal, state and territory leaders have agreed to create an intergovernmental agreement that will facilitate greater COVID-19 data sharing.
VMware's annual Modern Bank Heists report estimates that 54% of financial institutions experienced disruptive attacks in the last 12 months.
Mosman Council will enhance its vPermit virtual parking permit system by introducing integration with Smarter City Solutions' CellOPark system.
Saudi Arabia's CITC has designated all 1200 MHz of the 6 GHz band for unlicensed, paving the way for Wi-Fi 6E and Wi-Fi 7.
TrustGrid has launched the TrustGrid platform, a blockchain technology that facilitates secure technology interfaces between government and private organisations.
The Wirraka Maya Health Service in WA has been recognised for its innovative and extensive use of My Health Record, to provide better care for local patients.
The Digital Transformation Agency has signed a permanent extension to its collaboration MoU with the Australian Information Industry Association.
GIS software developer Esri has joined the Digital Twin Consortium as part of plans to introduce a degree of consistency in digital twin deployments.
AVEVA has acquired OSIsoft to enhance its ability to accelerate the digital transformation of the industrial world.
COVID-19 contact tracing app Check In Qld has already been used to record more than 1m visits to hospitality venues since its launch less than a month ago.
Local Government Professionals Australia aims to achieve a gender balance of 40% women, 40% men and 20% any gender in local government leadership roles by 2025.