DFAT deputy secretary Penny Williams and Vocus Group managing director and chief executive Kevin Russell signing the contract. Featured

In what should come as no surprise, the Federal Government has awarded the contract for building the sub-sea cable between Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Sydney to the Vocus Group.

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Adobe has announced new integrations between Document Cloud and Microsoft's cloud applications, and added functionality to its Scan mobile app.

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Motorola Solutions is "building the Salesforce.com of public safety," its global head of software Andrew Sinclair told iTWire.

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Clive Rabie, Reckon Featured

Accounting software provider Reckon’s Clive Rabie is stepping down as CEO to become managing director in the wake of the failed bid by competitor MYOB to acquire the company.

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Available in Australia at last, WD's new wireless SSD is "designed for avid photographers and drone enthusiasts who require durable and high-performance media capture solutions", and for anyone else that feels the need for wireless speed.

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The Vodafone Foundation has released a limited edition smart device Genome Power Pack with all proceeds from every sale of the handy $49 power pack going directly to Garvan to fund its mission.

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Govt's new TSS visas 'taking ages' to be approved Featured

The Federal Government's new Temporary Skills Shortage visas, which have replaced the 457 visas that were being used to bring in technology and other workers from outside the country, appear to be taking a very long time to be processed if at all, sources tell iTWire.

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Bringing a fresh perspective and a new eye to Netgear's Arlo smart home security division is the highly respective former Samsung and LG marketing executive, Lambro Skropidis.

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Online automotive classified advertising company carsales.com has just staged its latest hackathon focussing on Artificial Intelligence technologies and their applications.

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As the Huawei issue builds towards a showdown in Australia, one thing has become abundantly clear: none of the American intelligence agencies have any evidence to prove, even remotely, the claims that are being against the Chinese telecommunications giant.

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