Vocus to face class action over allegedly misleading investors

Australia's fourth largest telco Vocus Group faces a proposed shareholder class action over allegedly misleading investors.

Ericsson does major media and metadata deal for DNA Finland

Set to provide “editorial services and rich metadata for over 150 TV channels in Finnish, English and Swedish” and more, for Finnish cable TV company DNA, Ericsson is masterful at media.

Network dense dance? ‘Network densification is crucial to prepare for 5G’, says HUBER+SUHNER

HUBER+SUHNER is advising network operators that network densification is crucial in preparing for 5G, and talks about C-RAN’s role.

Kogan Mobile offering double mobile broadband data in September at 'no extra cost'

Competition for a telco is an everyday thing, as are moves by your competitors, with Kogan Mobile doing a deal for those who rely on mobile broadband to stay connected.

IT collaboration, DevOps a key to business success, says Robert Half

Australian companies need to improve collaboration between IT professionals and find ways to successfully leverage technology across the business in the current highly competitive environment, according to a newly published report.

John Rankin, Skyfii managing director

ASX-listed guest Wi-Fi, analytics and marketing services provider Skyfii has marked its entry into the UK shopping centre market vertical with a contract for the deployment of its cloud-based IO Connect data analytics solution by the Lexicon Shopping Centre in the town of Bracknell in Berkshire.

Flinders University deploying Dell Boomi iPaaS to underpin digital strategy

Dell Boomi’s integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) is being used by Adelaide’s Flinders University to enable a connected environment as the university begins to execute its five-year digital strategy through to 2021.

Telstra says calls, texts from wearables by Sept end

Telstra plans to introduce embedded SIM technology to make it possible for Australians to use compatible wearable devices, instead of their phones, to make calls and send texts.

APAC growth helps push up global server revenues, shipments: Gartner

Strong regional performance in the Asia/Pacific region due to data centre infrastructure build-outs was mainly attributable to growth in worldwide server revenues and shipments in the second quarter of the year, according to a new report.

MUST-WATCH LAUNCH: Apple’s most advanced iPhone, Watch, Apple TV and wireless charging lineup

Apple has once again jumped ahead of the competition with the new all-screen iPhone X which features facial recognition and eliminates the home button. The stunning new phone was launched along with the expected upgrade iPhone 8 series, Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular LTE, and a new Apple TV 4K. 

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