NetComm Wireless has teamed with Ericsson to facilitate the adoption of Massive IoT, with the Sydney firm joining the Ericsson IoT Accelerator platform. NetComm Wireless said its industrial grade 4G LTE machine-to-machine […]
Fujitsu has deployed Juniper Networks’ cloud management platform AppFormix in Japan, in a bid to ensure the operational efficiency of the new region of its own K5 enterprise cloud service K5. K5 […]
Vocus Group has hired telco industry veteran Kevin Russell as its new managing director and CEO, following the departure of former chief exec Geoff Horth three months ago. Russell, who comes on […]
NBN is set to launch a new wholesale business-grade satellite service for remote and rural Australia, focusing on areas where to date there may have been limited or no coverage with no fixed […]
Vodafone, one of Germany’s four main mobile operators, has announced the launch of 5G Beam technology in the country.
Be sure to follow our new feature, a weekly roundup of New Zealand tech and telco happenings, courtesy of our Assistant Editor and New Zealand correspondent Heather Wright. Check out the very […]
A developer team of students representing Melbourne’s Swinburne University has won the Motorola Solutions hackathon for the first time.
Soaring broadband consumption, a Vodafone sale, Spark’s Cisco deal and Vocus shuts down an automated phone scam… We take a look at some of this week’s key news in the New Zealand […]
While the concept of smart cities is still in its infancy, Robert Linsdell, ANZ MD of critical infrastructure firm Vertiv, has warned that it will eventually gain significant traction, and businesses and […]
New research by Accenture shows that while 77 percent of chief executives in the telco sector understand that adopting intelligent technologies and artificial intelligence (AI) will be critical to the organisation’s ability […]
Ransomware rules the cybercrime world – perhaps because ransomware attacks are often successful and financially remunerative for criminals. Ransomware features prominently in Verizon’s fresh-off-the-press 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR). As the […]
DGIT Systems has purchased Inomial, a Melbourne-based billing system vendor with a solid existing customer base in the Asia-Pacific region.
The rollout of 5G across Australia and New Zealand will have a ‘massive’ impact on increasing the mobile workforce, according to Hyland Software ANZ country manager Jamie Atherton, who says it will […]
On 25 July, Vodafone Jey Flana,sn 27 July, deputy CFO Margherita Della Valle will succeed Nick Read as Group CFO and will join the Board, while Nick Read will become Group Chief […]
Richmond, Victoria based IT and managed services provider Thomas Duryea Logicalis (TDL) has won a key contract with Shellharbour City Council, to deliver a new technology platform specifically designed for the New South Wales town’s […]
Australian Greens Digital Rights spokesperson Senator Jordon Steele-John has backed calls for an immediate overhaul of digital rights protections in Australia in the face of eroding online privacy and the rise of […]
BlackBerry Enterprise VP Shantanu Srivastava has warned that ransomware and other types of attacks will continue to expand and become more sophisticated, leaving crucial sectors such as healthcare at greater risk. “Healthcare […]
Centrify has selected Adelaide-based cybersecurity services provider Vectra Corporation as a reseller for its identity management platform in Australia and New Zealand.
Remote experts, cord cutting and other game-changing trends are poised to thrive as 5G evolves 5G is one of those ‘buzzwords’ that takes the world by storm, but many wonder what the substance […]
HPE today announced HPE SimpliVity 380 with Microsoft Hyper-V and new SimpliVity integration partner solutions as a Citrix WorkSpace Appliance Partner.