Gartner’s closure of its consulting arm in Australia and Hong Kong in May should serve as a warning to global players who don’t get intimate with the local market, analyst firms have claimed.
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Telstra has launched a new A$1.5 billion (NZ$1.67 billion) IP network that it says not only homogenises its disparate networking core, but is also the largest of its kind in the world.
With a wealth of experience going back to his involvement on the .Net advisory council and more recently with the Windows Communication Foundation (formally known as Indigo) strategic design review, it’s not surprising IDesign founder Juval Lowy is considered one of the world’s top experts in all things .Net.
Australian telco incumbent Telstra has finally flicked the switch for uncapped high-speed ADSL and ADSL2+ broadband services. However, its new 24Mbit/s-capable ADSL2+ will only be sold in locations where competitors already offer the same service.
After conducting a national survey into IP Telephony Security, Sydney-based integrator, Integ, has revealed that 97 per cent of organisations do not have sufficient security measures in place when they implement IP telephony and as a result are putting their data networks at risk.
"If Sony has any sense at all, they should be content with the money they make," said Eddy Stevens on Friday after his landmark victory against Sony Computer Entertainment Australia in the High Court of Australia the previous day.
When it comes to 3G technology, Australians are clueless, reports a recent study from IDC on the Australian consumer mobile market.