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COMPANY NEWS: ThousandEyes, the Internet and Cloud Intelligence company, has launched new feature functionality solution advancements designed to power the next generation of cloud, Internet, and SaaS visibility. At the same time, these new solutions support enterprises facing new business continuity risks with the rapid onset of a distributed workforce and greater reliance on cloud service level availability.

Telco Singtel Optus will waive the $99 start-up fee for new customers as one of the many discounts it is offering in its Black Friday sale, with all offers to run from Friday to 6 December.

Published in Home Tech

Hobart-based Internet service provider TasmaNet has acquired Queensland telco Internomic which trades under the brand names Vastnet in regional Queensland and Netmode in metro Brisbane and surrounds.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

A British company has come up with the novel idea of using a drone in the sky to provide 5G Internet to consumers and businesses, utilising an "unique lightweight, long-endurance airframe certified for civilian use" and powered by liquid hydrogen, to provide the globe's biggest airborne communications platform.

Friday, 06 November 2020 10:12

Internet draws in Australians in greater numbers

More Australians are using the Internet to view and listen to content more than ever before, according to new research.

Published in Market

Phil Britt is the CEO and MD of Aussie Broadband, which just listed on the ASX, won a major customer service award, gained its first customer on its new Metro Melbourne fibre network, with Britt also winning the ACOMMS Communications Ambassador Award for 2020, and he joined iTWireTV via Zoom for a good all-round chat.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

While Australian households are generally well aware of the nature of cyber security threats, they are less well prepared to protect themselves from evolving threats targeting smartphones, tablets and the growing number of devices that make up the digital environment within the home, according to new research.

Published in Security

Once used only by the military, corporations, and geeks, VPNs are effectively now a commodity for savvy online users, with the question for many no longer if you use a VPN, but which VPN you're using.

Published in Home Tech

Offshoring jobs in the telco industry is a failed strategy and mainly responsible for the temporary 1500% increase in consumer complaints over Internet services, as announced by the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman, Macquarie Telecom group executive Luke Clifton claims.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Telco Singtel Optus has launched a new mobile plan that it says will offer small and medium-sized businesses a means of cutting down on their communications costs.

GUEST OPINION by Greg Wyman, Bufferzone Security: Organisations can train users all day, every day, but humans are humans. It’s never possible to train 100 percent of users to identify and never click on an (unknown) malicious link, or open a potentially harmful email attachment.

Published in Security

VENDOR NEWS by Greg Wyman, Bufferzone Security: Organisations can train users all day, every day, but humans are humans. It’s never possible to train 100 percent of users to identify and never click on an (unknown) malicious link, or open a potentially harmful email attachment.

Wednesday, 16 September 2020 12:54

Leading Edge building regional data centre in Tamworth

Data centre networks provider Leading Edge Data Centres is planning to build a multimillion-dollar data centre in the New South Wales regional city of Tamworth.

Published in Data Centres

China has added about 75 million Internet users in the 12 months to July this year, according to the China Internet Report 2020, a yearly compilation that looks at the digital world in the Middle Kingdom.

Published in Market

Macquarie Telecom has signed a new deal with aged care provider Southern Cross Care Western Australia (SCCWA), facilitating improved connectivity for its senior residents and staff, while lowering operational costs.

National Broadband Network connectivity has a critical role to play in supporting economic growth across Australia’s agriculture sector now and into the future, according to a new research report, which estimates it could add $15.6 billion to the value of the farming, forestry and fishery sectors.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The Internet has overtaken TV as Australia’s main source of news over the last two years, with over 12.7 million Australians (60.8%) now sourcing their news from the Internet - an increase of 1.4 million since 2018, according to new research.

Published in Internet of Things

GUEST OPINION by Mike Hicks, Principal Solutions Analyst, ThousandEyes: If you thought your flaky residential connection was the reason your apps were tardy during COVID, think again.

Published in Guest Opinion

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