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Tuesday, 02 June 2015 14:28

Train services hit by Telstra outage

Telstra customers were not the only ones affected by the outage which hit New South Wales overnight and early this morning, with train commuters in parts of the state suffering delays to services due to the disruption.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Edward Snowden the former Booz Allen Hamilton contractor who blew the whistle on the NSA for spying on US citizens is hoping to embark on his own The Flight of The Phoenix from Hong Kong to either Iceland or Ecuador with the help of Wikileaks. If the US has any say in this the flight will never get off the ground. However, he may already be out of Uncle Sam's reach.

Published in Government Tech Policy

CEOs from many businesses in Sydney, including several from the ICT industry armed with a large piece of cardboard but nothing resembling a mattress, recently braved the elements overnight to take part in the annual CEO Vinnies sleepout to raise money for the St Vincent de Paul Society charity and to raise awareness of homelessness.

Published in People Moves

Ten years in from its initial foray into the Australian market, US-based company, F5 Networks, has experienced strong local growth, particularly in recent years as it transitioned globally from its early days, primarily as a load balancing company, to an application delivery and networking provider with security at the forefront of its products and services.

Published in Strategy




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