Digital infrastructure provider Vertiv has appointed LuLu Shiraz to the role of ANZ sales director for product and service.
Infrastructure provider Vertiv has hired two new people to its channel team.
MVNO Circles.Life has appointed Maik Retzlaff to the role of head of Australia, and Emilie Chell as head of marketing.
This week, we had the ACCC issue a report on increasing mobile pricing by the three major mobile network operators (MNOs), Telstra, Vodafone and Optus. In reporting this, they assigned the blame at the court for overturning the ACCC's banning the of the merger of TPG and Vodafone. The're wrong - see why!
Fujitsu has appointed James Veness as its Oceania regional head of portfolio for data centres.
RSP Aussie Broadband has appointed a new chair and two replacement directors.
The Australian Greens claim that an inquiry into net neutrality is needed to ensure that Australians are guaranteed access to a free and open Internet.
Employee management SaaS provider Deputy has appointed Luke Targett to the new position of global chief marketing officer.
Cloud and managed services ICT company, Tecala, has appointed 20 year IT veteran Mark Hood as General Manager of Sales and Marketing.
Fibre optics networks vendor Nextgen Networks has appointed former AAPT CEO David Yuile as Managing Director.
AAPT CEO David Yuile has announced he is leaving the company after four years at the helm and just ahead of the finalisation of the sale of the business by owner Telecom New Zealand to TPG.
Telecom New Zealand has announced it will sell its Australian subsidiary AAPT and its PowerTel business for $450 million to ambitious Australian telco TPG Telecom.
Telecom New Zealand has confirmed the widespread speculation that its Australian subsidiary AAPT is for sale.
Telecom New Zealand has refused to deny increasing speculation that it is readying AAPT for sale. The logical purchaser is the ambitious TPG Group.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has warned telco AAPT after it failed to protect the privacy of its customers’ personal information.
Sydney-based Web content management provider Squiz has gained a place on the Australian Government Information Management Office's DCaaS Multi-Use List.
AAPT has launched what it says is its fastest Mid-Band Ethernet (MBE) service to date, with an Ethernet-over-copper service delivering up to 80Mbps.
Most of the attention given to NBN plans has revolved around the residential market, but we're now hearing more about what ISPs have planned for the business sector.
iiNet has delivered what it says is its "best ever financial result" for the year to 30 June, in which it made two very substantial acquisitions: Internode and TransACT.
AAPT has launched a service for broadcast and media companies that provide the secure transfer and storage of large media files, based on technology from Signiant.
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