The GDPR will come into force in the EU from 25 May.

Microsoft will extend the same rights that are at the heart of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation to all its users worldwide, the company has announced.

Square's new wares: boosting Aussie business with its new HQ and engineering hub

Payments company Square has announced it is "expanding operations in Australia (and) opening a new, larger headquarters to support the growing team in Melbourne, which will include the company’s first engineering hub outside North America".

OnMarket, Listcorp team up on investor initiative

IPO and equity crowdfunding portal OnMarket is partnering with investor relations platform Listcorp to assist newly listed ASX companies with the ongoing challenge of communicating and promoting themselves to investors.

VIDEO: SafetyCulture secures $60m in new funding to accelerate expansion and improve safety

Workplace safety solutions company SafetyCulture has secured A$60 million in new funding to "accelerate expansion and improve safety", raising the largest amount by an Australian company thus far in 2018 and valuing it at $440 million.

Students promote their ideas as part of NBN Co STEM skills initiative

Students participating in a STEM skills initiative by national broadband network company NBN Co have presented their ideas during an online "Futurist’s Fair" after completing a three-month period of brainstorming.

ANZ in play to bring Apple Pay to 'leading Australian charities'

ANZ Bank has announced that "Donate with Apple Pay" is available on the "Shout For Good" fundraising platform, providing Australian charities with "an easy and secure way to offer digital payments".

HMD Global (Nokia) raises US $100m to 'fuel its next phase of growth'

With HMD reportedly having outsold virtually all Android competitors except Samsung, all those sales obviously still weren't enough to avoid needing an additional US$100 million.

Software fault triggered Telstra mobile network outage

The calamitous collapse of Telstra's mobile network on Monday was triggered by a software fault which led to multiple elements across the network failing, the company said on Tuesday, offering an apology for the disruptions suffered by its customers.

Strong cloud growth takes TechnologyOne to record revenues

Listed enterprise software company TechnologyOne attributes a strong first-half result, including record revenues and licence fees, primarily to its SaaS and cloud business, which delivered a profit of $3 million, up 217%.

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