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Stories by Darren Pauli

  • TransACT pulls pin on Terria

    Terria has today copped another blow after former consortium member TransACT resigned to pursue its own National Broadband Network (NBN) proposal.

  • Terria loses its Soul

    Soul has today become the [[artid: 1782661655|third member to withdraw|new]] from the Terria consortium of telcos in as many months.

  • EDS sacks 75 staff following HP buy-out

    Electronic Data Systems (EDS) will slash 75 staff from its local workforce as part of a global headcount reduction lead by parent company Hewlett-Packard (HP) which plans to axe 24,600 jobs over three years.

  • Dodo pays $147k for telemarketer fumble

    The largest penalty in the history of the Do Not Call Register has been slapped on discount telco Dodo Australia after its offshore call centres rang de-listed Australian phone numbers.

  • People First goes from planning to action

    Almost a year has passed since a change of guard placed NSW CIO Emmanuel Rodriguez in charge of driving the state government's most ambitious ICT procurement, planning and expenditure program, which aims to slash IT spend by $565 million in the four years to July 2010.

  • Optus cuts 115 jobs

    Optus has today confirmed it will axe 115 jobs across Australia following a review of the efficiency of its network division.

  • Bush ISP stoush disconnects NSW farmers

    Hundreds of regional Australians have suffered another broadband blow after Internet connections were severed without notice for a week following a dispute between satellite provider IPSTAR and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) Lisp and GoBush.

  • The calm after the Storm

    The command and control centres behind the infamous Storm botnet have been eradicated or abandoned, leaving the former tempest a mere gust.

  • No opt-out of filtered Internet

    Australians will be unable to opt-out of the government's pending Internet content filtering scheme, and will instead be placed on a watered-down blacklist, experts say.

  • eBay Australia to cut 18 staff

    eBay Australia will cull 18 positions as part of a head office decision to slash 1000 jobs globally, saving the company $211 million a year.

  • Google blacklists ATUG Web site

    Hackers may have hit the Australian Telecommunications User Group (ATUG) Web site, according to Google which has placed security threat warnings across all pages displayed in searches.