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The head of Australian and New Zealand operations for Swiss human resources giant Adecco feels that the technology sector needs to stay away from bias in leadership in order to make progress.

Published in Strategy

Shipments of traditional PCs — notebooks, desktops and workstations — in Europe, the Middle East and Africa will come to 82.7 million units this year, a 12.7% increase year-on-year, the technology analyst firm IDC says, adding that with the effect of the pandemic not expected to lessen in any way, the demand for devices that could be used for working from home would be strong through 2020 and into the first half of 2021.

Published in Hardware

Australia's average 5G download speed is third among the leading 12 5G markets studied by analytics firm OpenSignal, with Saudi Arabia, unexpectedly, top and South Korea second.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Germany's Dussmann Group, which offers services ranging from technical management, catering, security and cleaning to commercial property management, appears to have taken a hit from a gang of malicious attackers who have used the Nefilim Windows ransomware to stage the attack.

Published in Security

Australia has been ranked 12th in the global 5G market out of 22 countries which have been examined for their deployment of the technology, the global research company OMDIA (formerly Ovum) says.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Up to 3 million Australians – mostly in rural and regional Australia - will miss out on getting access to critical 5G technology by 2023 because of the Australian Government’s 5G ban on China’s Huawei in Australia - and come at a cost to the national economy of US8.2 billion in lost GDP gains, according to UK based global forecasting and quantitative analysis firm Oxford Economics.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Qualcomm and Ericsson have taken a step forward in the large-scale rollout of 5G across Switzerland with a claimed first over-the-air, Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS) 5G data call successfully carried out.

Five G is Australia’s last chance to deliver universal high-speed broadband to all Australians, according to Chinese telco giant Huawei, which says that Australia is already being left far behind in the global race to deliver 5G technology.

Swiss 5G operator Sunrise and Huawei say they have achieved a top speed of 3.67Gbps downlink with multiple 5G smartphones in one 5G cell in Zürich.

TSB, the seventh largest bank in New Zealand, has used Swiss banking software provider Temenos Infinity's platform to go live in nine weeks and make it easier for customers to join the bank.

Published in Business Software

International data roaming provider Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills is claiming a world first with the “major milestone” establishment of an intercontinental live 5G data roaming service between Swiss operator Swisscom and South Korean carrier SK Telecom.

Western European telcos and countries are leading 5G development, with Denmark, Portugal and Switerland's 5G adoption set to take a 23.2%, 16.2% and 16.2% share respectively of total mobile subscription in their markets by 2023, according to a newly published report.

Ericsson and Switzerland’s largest telecommunications service provider, Swisscom, have partnered to switch on what they say is the first large-scale commercial 5G network in Europe to support commercially available smartphones.

Digital banking outfit Volt Bank has gone live on Swiss banking software provider Temenos' cloud, using the company's T24 core banking, financial crime mitigation and analytics.

Published in Strategy

Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab has had its appeal against a US public sector software ban thrown out by the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit Court.

Published in Security

Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab says by the end of 2019, data from users of its software in Australia, North America, Europe, Singapore, Japan and South Korea will be stored in a data centre in Zurich, with more countries to be added to this list.

Published in Security

Security firm Kaspersky Lab plans to set up a data centre in Switzerland, called the Swiss Transparency Centre, which will be opened by early 2020, in order to avoid the constant allegations of spying from Western nations.

Published in Security

Taking the opportunity to alert the world of its highly encrypted messaging app beyond Australia’s jurisdiction, SafeSwiss has made Swiss cheese of Malcolm Turnbull’s encryption troubles.

Published in Security
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