During the last two decades or so, successive Victorian Governments have been keen on ICT industry strategy, but the Baillieu Government has now revealed how it plans to improve its own use of technology.
The government has expanded the scope of a very public process to develop cyber security policy into one for the development of long term policy for the digital economy as a whole, but at the same time closed the door to public participation.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has called for comments from Australian telecommunications stakeholders over various security and continuity of access issues related to the plans of dominant carrier Telstra to migrate its networks to the NBN.
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