Vodafone Australia and Vodafone New Zealand have outsourced IT operations to Hewlett-Packard Australia.
Stories by Kelly Mills
Uncertain how long it would take for 3G to become widely available
Loss of classified material might outweigh financial impact of lost equipment
Wireless technologies may be gaining in popularity, but around 60 per cent of sites deploying wireless LANs across Australia have not enabled the encryption - leaving the door wide open to hacker attacks.
The Australian state of South Australia is on the verge of outlawing cyber-stalking. People who use computer technology to cause physical or mental harm may face a maximum five-year jail term.
Fibre will allow high-speed connections to major data networking initiatives
Upgrading to Microsoft Windows 2000 could result in hours of extra work for the IT department rectifying files and scripting issues.
"We have no intention of being a follower"
Lotus has given teeth to its threats not to support cc:Mail
CEO critical of Wyly's ability to chair a company
Other carriers in danger of following One.Tel's path
Following the recent closure of the mySAP.com Marketplace, co-owner Telstra is suing SAP AG's Australian unit for failing to disclose elements of its relationship with e-marketplace software company Commerce One Inc.
Penalties may include loss of internet privileges
Network's system has to deal with about 5000 calls a day
Deal builds on benefits from sale and leaseback of Telstra's PC fleet in 1998