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GUEST OPINION by Debraj Chakraborty Business Development Manager, Network & Security Services, South East Asia, Rockwell Automation:  One of the most significant changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic has been the sudden shift to telecommuting and the rapid adoption of digitalisation. As the situation worsens again throughout Australia, the possibility of further restrictions looms large and again the role of automation and equipment efficiency enters centre stage.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST OPINION by Eddie Stefanescu, Regional VP Business – APJ at Claroty: The near future security risks of 5G rollout are much discussed, but it is the long term risks we should focus on, and not just the risks allegedly rising from the use of Huawei technology — security researchers had demonstrated that much telecom infrastructure is vulnerable.

GUEST OPINION by Eddie Stefanescu, Regional VP Business – APJ at Claroty: The near future security risks of 5G rollout are much discussed, but it is the long term risks we should focus on, and not just the risks allegedly rising from the use of Huawei technology — security researchers had demonstrated that much telecom infrastructure is vulnerable.

Published in Security

The outbreak of coronavirus in China offers a unique opportunity for vendors offering communications and collaboration services, according to one global analyst firm which says that organisations, need to continue to collaborate to remain productive.

Published in Market

It’s all over the news, an analyst thinks BlackBerry may soon retire its hardware business despite the Android-powered Priv recently launching, but is it true?

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 15 July 2015 02:34

Your own smartphone brand - just US $1000!

Want to have your own smartphone brand to rival Samsung, Sony, Kogan, Telstra, Apple or anyone else? Now you can.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 04 May 2015 22:28

Workers of the Nokia world knock Nokia

The Good Electronics Network which works for human and labour rights has published a nearly two-decade profile on Nokia from a workers’ perspective.

Published in VoIP
Monday, 09 September 2013 14:43

World faces smartphone delays after Chinese fire

Shipments of millions of computers and smartphones, including the next iPhone, could face delays of up to six months following a massive inferno at a Chinese factory.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 13 August 2013 12:21

North Korea "producing a smartphone"

Look out Apple and Samsung, rogue state North Korea is reported to be manufacturing its own smartphone, with pictures emerging of Kim Jong-Un touring the 'factory.'

Published in Mobility

Apple is once again fighting allegations of worker rights violations at Chinese factories after fresh reports that over 10,000 underage and student workers work in crowded production rooms at parts supplier Pegatron.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 07 May 2013 10:30

Will CSIRO's new robots save manufacturing?

A new breed of industrial robots and ICT systems could transform Australia’s manufacturing sector, creating safer environments and more efficient factories, according to a CSIRO whitepaper.

Published in Development

Ethical worker rights do-gooders plan wheelbarrow delivered petition protest featuring 250,000 signatures and an ethical iProtester dressed in a presumably ethically made iPhone iSuit - in Sydney, Washington DC, New York City, San Francisco, London and Bangalore.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

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