Stories by Dahna McConnachie

Firey battle emerges as VoIP provider sues Chariot

International Voice over IP (VoIP) companies, Transcom Australasia Pty Ltd and Transcom International Limited, have issued a claim for $3.2 million against Adelaide-based ISP, Chariot Ltd, citing breach of contract.

BigAir rises high into city apartments

BigAir has its eye on high rises, taking on an additional 1000 unit-dwelling broadband customers and the promise of more, with its W Home acquisition, announced Wednesday.

ACTU: Call centre staff $80 a week poorer on new contracts

Around 80 staff at a Melbourne call centre operated by Global Tele Sales - a subsidiary of the German airline Lufthansa - have been offered AWA individual contracts that cut their take home pay by up to $80 a week, according to the Australian Council...

Debian gives Linux a Bhutanese touch

Bhutan, a country of 700,000 inhabitants that sits between China and India, now has its own Debian-based operating system in the national language, Dzongkha.

Nerds FC Star Trent Apted discusses soccer and coding

Nerds FC star goal keeper, Trent Apted, takes some time out to tell Computerworld about the geekier side of his life. He discusses his PhD project which is exploring the potential of the "tabletop interface" as a platform for formal and informal face...

Salaries, jobs rise under a cloud of skills shortages

Corporate spending is up, salaries are rising and the local technology job market is staging a comeback, but skills shortages will continue in some areas, young ICT professionals will continue to leave our shores and employers, especially government,...

AIIA aims for home-grown ICT multinationals

The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is hoping to foster ICT entrepreneurial talent and breed home-grown multinationals through its Developing Business Skills for ICT Entrepreneurs' program.

BigAir floats high; to wholesale

BigAir is floating high this week, forecasting a 100 per cent increase in revenue and announcing plans to launch a wholesale side of its business.

Aurora wants to light the way with BPL

Ultra fast Internet is set to race through power lines across Tasmania, with Auroa Energy also seeking to push its Broadband over Powerline (BPL) business model to utilities across the country.

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