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PCVITA Express Migrator for Sharepoint

PCVita File system to Office 365 migration software has all migration features that a user can expect. Users can also add new Meta...

September 19, 2012 by PCVITA Software

ACCC accepts Telstra's SSU

After a number of last minute revisions, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has accepted Telstra's structural separation undertaking (SSU) and the draft migration plan to move customers from the Telstra copper access network to the National Broadband Network (NBN).

February 27, 2012 by

Tech not replacing branches yet: CBA CEO

New Commonwealth Bank chief executive officer, Ian Narev, has said that the bank's extensive investments in multibillion-dollar technology initiatives, including its core migration project and new Kaching payments platform, won't replace the bank's network of branches any time soon.

February 14, 2012 by

Verizon can't wait for LTE iPhone

Verizon sold 4.2 million iPhones in the fourth quarter compared to 2.2 million LTE devices. Until Apple has an LTE iPhone Verizon's migration to a more efficient 4G network will be restrained.

January 4, 2012 by

Asia gets IPv4 breather

The Asia-Pacific Network Information Center (APNIC) has received two large blocks of IPv4 addresses with another promised to it, giving businesses in the region that are in the midst of their IPv6 migration somewhat of a breather. However, this is mere respite and the agency is urging the internet community to heed its migration call.

February 1, 2011 by

IPv4 addresses in short supply

Less than 10 percent of all IPv4 addresses remain available, threatening future network operations of all businesses unless migration to IPv6 is stepped up.

January 19, 2010 by

Telstra wins $62.5m AGL deal

Telstra today revealed it had won a five-year, $62.5 million deal to provide utility AGL with telecommunications services, including the migration to a new managed IP data network which will increase capacity between AGL's sites.

December 1, 2009 by

Telstra's CDMA shutdown: No gain without pain?

As Telstra prepares to close off its CDMA network at the end of the month amidst concerns over customer migration to Next G, industry observers have said that after the dust settles the new network could hold promise for bush users.

April 24, 2008 by

The truth about the IPv6 transition

An IPv6 migration will involve upgrading all applications, hosts, routers, and DNS infrastructure. Anyone who moves to IPv6 will have to bear the burden of backward compatibility and the idea that those who move to IPv6 first will leave everyone behind is nonsense. Who in their right mind would move to a network without the ability to talk to the old network where the rest of the world lives? Any organization moving to IPv6 will also have to maintain a complete IPv4 infrastructure parallel to the new IPv6 infrastructure along with all the transitional technologies that make NAT issues look like a walk in the park.

November 13, 2006 by

ATUG concerned about Telstra network upgrade

Telstra's decision to invest in a next generation IP MPLS network has attracted the attention of the Australian Telecommunications Users Group (ATUG), which this morning announced it would meet regularly with the telco to discuss concerns about the project. "I'm pleased to announce a special interest group to meet with Telstra about IP core migration," the user group's managing director Rosemary Sinclair told its annual conference in Sydney this morning.

March 6, 2006 by

Mass migration to VoIP expected within a decade

Small business and consumer VoIP ramp-up will mark the period from 2005 to 2009 and migration to VoIP will peak in the 2010-2014 time frame, reports In-Stat. The time frame is largely dependent on carriers' strategies for migration to the NGN (Next-Generation Network), according to Keith Nissen, an In-Stat analyst.

May 2, 2005 by

Ease their pain

The hardest part about migration to Win2000 is the planning phase, which included translating existing network structure to a directory-based structure. But in the current ecnomic slowdown, it's well worth the effort.

February 12, 2001 by

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