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Vodafone to cut up to 100 staff from Hobart call centre

Due to online self-service, better network performance. Vodafone is set to cut up to 100 staff from its Hobart call centre because it is no longer receiving the volume of

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IAG creates ‘novel’ model to predict cost of cyber attack

  Checks how its investments may offset losses. Insurer IAG has modelled the financial cost that a data breach or ransomware attack would have on its business, in part to

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NAB redefines its IT infrastructure

Multi-cloud and open systems. NAB is working towards a software-defined end state for both its IT and network infrastructure as part of a transformation of its technology operations. Executive general

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NBN Co to create a class war on its network

Exclusive: How its new price construct really works. NBN Co is set to divide its customer base into two classes in October: those who can afford to pay for a

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Westpac CIO reveals ‘five platform’ IT vision

Starts building AI capabilities. Westpac will build five foundational platforms to simplify the bank’s existing architecture, as part of the ongoing transformation of its IT environment. Chief information officer Dave

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Your Monthly Amazon Prime Membership Is Getting More Expensive

getting a small price bump of $2. Amazon announced on Friday that its month-to-month Prime subscription is going to increase from $10.99 to $12.99 in the U.S. That’s only about an 18

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CSIRO hands CDC new data centre deal

To support applications, high performance computing. The CSIRO has chosen Canberra Data Centres to house its corporate applications and high performance computing clusters under a new three-year data centre deal. The peak

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Stripe backs away from Bitcoin

But isn’t ready to give up on cryptocurrency. Online payments processor Stripe is the latest big company to withdraw its support for Bitcoin, though it has not given up on

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Telstra Ventures backs Cumulus Networks

Open networking start-up gets Aussie-led support. Telstra Ventures has led a US$43 million (A$53.7 million) round of investment in open networking software maker Cumulus Networks. The vendor’s main product is

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Sexual-Harassment Suit Naming Ad Agency Shines Light on Client Dealings

A former employee at Initiative, a media-buying agency owned by Interpublic Group of CoIPG -1.05% s., filed a lawsuit claiming she was sexually assaulted by an employee from Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc., DPS -0.03% an important client, and

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