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Displaying items by tag: Telstra Business

Following last week's announcement of cheaper mobile broadband plans for consumers, Telstra has rolled out changes to its rates for SME customers. There are also some new laptop hardware bundles.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 29 October 2009 07:14

Telstra goes tropical for $4.5 million

Telstra has secured a contract to provide mobile, data and voice services to Queensland’s Hamilton Island holiday resort in a three-year deal worth $4.5 million.

Published in Deals
Microsoft Online Services are now available through Telstra's T-Suite subscription service. This allows the use of Exchange, SharePoint and other services without the need to run your own servers.

Published in Development
Telstra and Microsoft have expanded on their strategic alliance, announced last November with the launch of a hosted IP telephony service integrated with Microsoft Office Communications Server that will enable end users to make calls direct from Microsoft applications such as Outlook, SharePoint and Office Communicator.

Published in Strategy
iTWire speculated last week that Optus could get into the business of offering applications to business customers under a SaaS model, and now Ovum has flagged this as growth market for telcos, saying that having a single ICT provider is on the majority of SMEs' wish-lists.

Thursday, 30 July 2009 12:01

Is Optus gearing up to get into SaaS?

Comments by Optus on the findings of its 2009 IP Index survey suggest it could be planning to follow parent SingTel which recently launched a software as a service offering in Singapore based, according to Optus, on Google Apps.

Thursday, 30 July 2009 04:05

Blackberry Bold just got bolder at Telstra

A new software upgrade for Telstra customers using the Blackberry Bold means better coverage and higher speeds, particularly in rural areas. But will this change have a large impact, and how does Telstra's pricing compare to the other telcos, and its pricing for the iPhone 3GS?

Published in Strategy
BT has integrated Microsoft's online Office applications suite into its global network and plans to offer large enterprises access to these applications integrated with unified communications as a fully-hosted managed service.

Published in Strategy
The newly-formed Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) has made its public debut with new CEO, Allan Asher, slamming Telstra's plan to charge for bill payments other than by direct debit.

Published in Strategy
Employees of Australian businesses are apparently spending far too much time chatting and messaging with their friends over social networks instead of doing their work, and their bosses have had enough.

Published in Market
Months after the “Blackberry-esque” Nokia E71 launched for 2100MHz 3.5G networks, Telstra has finally brought an 850MHz “Next G” capable model to market for its customers – but where’s a Next G capable Nokia E75?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Last week I spilled the beans Telstra were about to announce new shared data plans for their range of NextG modems. This is a major plus for business users seeking to control costs but yet provide their workforce with mobile working options. The pricing has now been announced.

Published in Strategy
The use of portable USB, or built-in, 3G modems with laptops is becoming increasingly common in today's highly online society. Yet, such service comes at a cost - for many, a disturbingly high cost. Telstra are soon to announce new group NextG data plans to help enterprises better manage their costs.

Published in Strategy
Telstra’s embarked on upgrades of 131 of its exchanges throughout Victoria which it says will give a further 84,000 homes and businesses across the state high speed ADSL2+ broadband services.
Published in Home Tech
Telstra’s launch of its T-Suite retail platform aimed at SMBs has been described as a ‘carefully measured step forward on SaaS’, but one which may present small to medium sized businesses with a real dilemma.
Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 01 April 2009 16:39

Small business unprepared for new workplace laws

Four out of five small businesses in Australia say they’re not ready for the introduction of the new workplace laws, many of which come into effect on 1 July this year.
Telstra has announced a range of additional applications for T-Suite, its offering of a range of business applications for SMEs delivered under a software as a service model.

Telstra seems to be going all out to try to project an image of a company that is all caring and concerned about Australia’s thousands of small businesses doing it tough in difficult economic times, with two announcements in as many days about new services for those struggling businesses.
Telstra has today opened the first of 67 new business centres around Australia where it says it will provide local face-to-face help for small businesses faced with the difficulties of the economic downturn.
Microsoft has made its Business Productivity Online Suite, part of Microsoft Online Services, available for trial to businesses of all sizes in 19 countries and announced plans to release Microsoft Office Communications Online, for instant messaging and presence, and the Business Productivity Online Deskless Worker Suite, an e-mail, calendaring and collaboration service for the occasional user.
This article has been updated to include comments from Microsoft on the exclusivity of its deal with Telstra.

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