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The NSW government's shared IT services department has begun looking for contractors that could provide and manage a fleet of mobile devices across the government, as well as standardise its WAN services.
Fax services remain highly valuable for sectors such as shipping, retail and F&B as it facilitates order processing and regulatory compliance better than Web-based communications such as e-mail, state observers.
Companies such as Cisco and Singapore Internet Exchange share their journeys in switching to new protocol but the effort and costs committed represents major reason why others avoid making the move.
China and Japan leading region in migrating to new protocol while India and South Korea lagging behind, with user mentality and service availability main reasons for slow uptake, observers note.
More of country's small and midsize businesses in rural areas jumping on broadband bandwagon to promote their products and better compete in global marketplace, according to report.
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Government officials say Taiwan fallen behind other countries in broadband infrastructure and plan to increase high-speed Internet connection, fiber optic and wireless broadband access, according to report.
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Indian conglomerate in "very preliminary stage" of considering cash offer for Cable & Wireless Worldwide, which also has caught the attention of Vodafone.
Growing domestic market, sustained government investments and opportunities in telecom sector help boost investment allure of both Southeast Asia economies, state analysts.
Government officials from country's State Council say small-scale commercial pilot will be rolled out by end-2013, with large-scale deployment to follow before end of 2015.
China's telecommunications companies under investigation by U.S. intelligence unit for potential threat posed to the country's security and critical infrastructure.
IT productivity, security and energy efficiency presenting "invisible" challenges to enterprise networks which companies will need to address, says Cisco exec.
Singapore ICT regulator IDA slaps S$300,000 (US$232,320) fine on telco after deeming M1's efforts to restore network service "not satisfactory". Telco disagrees with ruling, however, and plans to appeal ruling and fine.
Efforts to integrate videoconferencing in mobile devices "natural" evolution with rapid mobile developments and proliferation of social networks, but device support and bandwidth still key challenges, note market players.
Chinese networking vendor confident about expansion into enterprise market but analysts say paradigm shift will be biggest hurdle amid more established competitors in region.
Safety mechanisms in vehicles to be more unified and incorporate more advanced technologies for better road safety, but mainstream adoption will depend on price, note experts.
Rapid network growth in region and receptivity toward hosted offerings makes Brocade's new subscription-based networking service relevant for Asia-Pacific, says Singapore-based exec.
Choosing inappropriate applications and focusing mainly on virtualizing infrastructure are some mistakes companies make when moving to the cloud, experts say.
Singapore company Progreso starts first IPv6 Forum-certified course to equip local IT professionals for more efficient IPv6 migration and "plug" existing skills gap, says managing director.
Small and midsize businesses able to reap same benefits from videoconferencing technology as bigger counterparts, but barriers to adoption still exist, note analysts.