The NBN Co Strategic Review proposes that Malcolm Turnbull change the network into a hodgepodge of access technologies known as Scenario 6. But will this cheaper Optimised Multi-Technology Mix look as appealing during 2014 as relative benefits are weighed and strategies revised?
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Why act when you can react? The social network benefits from its incumbency.
Software-defined networking promises to deliver enormous benefits, from reduced costs to more efficient network operations. Here’s why SDN belongs on your network roadmap.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has approved decommissioning Optus' Hybrid fibre-coaxial network, on the grounds that the competitive benefits soon won't be relevant to the NBN.
Ariba Network plus Dynamic Discounting give startup Mediafly cash flow benefits, help in managing capital
We feel that this Ariba Discovery concept is extremely valuable to us as a small organization, as we look to scale as a lead generation opportunity and ultimately, as we’re transacting business.
Preconfigured wireless connectivity in devices such as Amazon Kindle simplifies customers' purchasing decisions and can lead to increased sales for service providers, analyst says.
Personal cloud gives users benefits of ease and convenience, but lack of interoperability, security and potential high network access costs can drag adoption down, note analysts.
The iOS app for the Google+ social network has been updated to support the iPod Touch and the iPad.Google unveiled its social network at the end of June, and the iOS app arrived less than a month later.
The IT skills shortage could limit the benefits flowing from Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN), according to Peter O'Connor, storage vendor NetApp's vice president for Australia/New Zealand and ASEAN.
With customer pressure to deliver continuous, quantifiable benefits to print and imaging processes, MPS providers and their office product channel partners will need to expand from print device management to also focus on automating document processes and workflows. This means document capture services will play an increasingly important role in MPS by providing front-office document scanning and workflow capabilities from network multifunction devices.
A little over a week ago Fairfax and News Ltd each ran a story about a collection of prominent Australians who would sell the benefits of the National Broadband Network to the Australian population.
The Guardly app is now available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, providing one touch connection to a personal safety network and authorities during times of stress and disaster.
Some of the major benefits to society from a ubiquitous broadband network will come from government services, including health and education. That means access to these services needs to be free, so everyone is able to make use of the channel, displacing other, more costly, ways of interacting.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) is Australia's biggest-ever infrastructure project, we're told. So you'd think the government could do a better job of selling its benefits than TV advertising containing little more than vague generalities and Communications Minister Stephen Conroy's magic smart dishwasher.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has dismissed concerns over the cost of the $43 billion National Broadband Network (NBN) project, saying the cost should be "reverse engineered" to see the benefits the network would bring Australia.
Giant chipmaker Intel and Stephen Conroy's broadband department this afternoon announced a three-year memorandum of understanding, which will see the pair work together to maximise future benefits stemming from the roll-out of the National Broadband Network and other initiatives.
Ninety-one percent of iPhone users would recommend Apple's flagship mobile device to a friend or colleague and 88 percent would recommend the iPod touch, according to data from mobile ad network AdMob.
This is music to my ears: AT&T is opening up to Sling Media and allowing streaming of their SlingPlayer app for the iPhone (and iPod Touch) over the 3G network. I might be breaking down and paying the $30 for that upgrade app now.
VoIP company Vonage is finally bringing its service to Apple's iPhone and RIM's BlackBerry devices.The free app for the iPhone and iPod touch has been approved for making international calls using AT&T's cellular network in addition to Wi-Fi.
Concept Economics, the consultancy that recently estimated the costs of the National Broadband Network outweighed the benefits by up to $20 billion, has gone into administration.
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