Huawei unlikely to get role in Australian 5G projects: report

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Telecommunications appears unlikely to be allowed to provide equipment for 5G networks in Australia, due to alleged national security concerns, a report claims.

Aussies lead the way in adoption of ‘pay-later’ tools for short-term borrowing

Payment service providers in the Asia Pacific region have been driven to offering online pay-later options to consumers hampered by limited borrowing options – with Australian consumers, and their Chinese counterparts, leading the way as early adopters of the deferred payments concept.

Metro Trains goes to Extremes to power CCTV services

California-based networks company Extreme Networks, has secured a deal to deploy switching systems for Metro Trains which operates Melbourne’s metropolitan rail services.

Rounded raises Series A capital

SaaS accounting provider Rounded has successfully completed its Series A capital raising.

Growing investment in digital by Australian enterprises: survey

Australian organisations are expected to increase their investment in digital projects, with more than two thirds (76%) focusing on digital as part of their business transformation, according to a new report.

Kaspersky Lab sues Dutch paper over hacking claims

Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab has taken a Dutch newspaper to court over what it says is a false claim about someone having hacked into the company's offices in the Netherlands.

Monash Uni dumps PageUp as firm claims systems now secure

Monash University has disabled its systems that use human resources outfit PageUp People to manage recruitment and other human resource activities after last week's breach announcement and has not reinstated it.

Can a new retail blockchain platform beam up an end to the 'war on data'?

Created to "end the war on data", Beam says it uses blockchain to facilitate the exchange of data for value between retail customers and stakeholders, and has just announced its ICO.

Superloop adds 10,000 broadband customers with SkyMesh purchase

Networking and infrastructure group Superloop has increased its presence in the NBN retail market with its purchase of the broadband customer base of SkyMesh, the Australian subsidiary of Bigblu Broadband.

Australian start-up blames Google as it goes into administration

Australian mobile rewards platform Unlockd has gone into voluntary administration, with the company blaming Google for its inability to raise the funds it expected from an IPO which was put off due to threats from the search giant.

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