Boost Mobile has shared details of several important ways it is supporting its Australian customers, from those affected by the floods in Southern Queensland and Northern New South Wales to those customers concerned for the welfare of family and friends in Ukraine.
Optus says it has brought back online 335 of its flood-affected sites in Queensland and New South Wales.
Optus has announced it will offer a range of support measures for customers impacted by severe weather events across NSW.
GUEST OPINION by Brendan Maree, Vice President Asia Pacific at 8x8: As Australia emerges from its COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, businesses are coming to terms with how they will need to operate under ‘new normal’ conditions.
Indian smartphone shipments fell by 48% in the second quarter of the year, the analyst firm Canalys says, adding that the drop, to 17.3 million units, came as the country faced a shutdown of its economy until May due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite significant impacts on telecommunications services and infrastructure - including the impact of the COVID-19 crisis - telco customer satisfaction has remained steady over the past three quarters, according to a new survey published by Australian telecommunications industry peak body, Communications Alliance.
Fujitsu is working on some interesting digital and IoT projects in Australia.
Digital aerial imagery provider nearmap is working on ways of increasing its use of the elevation data it extracts from photos.
As fires continue to threaten large parts of NSW Google has today launched a Crisis Map and Google Public Alerts to help users stay informed during the fire season.
Severe flooding in Thailand will reduce disk drive supplies for months to come.
Opposition leader Tony Abbott's suggestion that the NBN should be scrapped following Queensland's flood crisis has divided Australian opinion, a new survey shows.
A data recovery specialist has warned that flood-affected hard drives should be kept wet to improve the chances of salvaging the data they contain.
Got some surplus IT gear? It could help get Queenslanders get back to work more quickly.
A group of ICT companies is working to help flooded Queensland businesses get up and running again with free and discounted services.
The company behind the Runes of Magic online game will donate 50% of the revenue from certain in-game purchases to Queensland flood relief.
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