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Customers are annoyed with a lack of communications over the outage of WD's remote personal storage service, which has also highlighted the vulnerability of such products.
A nationwide heterogeneous network is one idea being mooted for Singapore's 10-year Infocomm Media Masterplan until 2025, aimed at establishing it as a "smart" nation.
Already holding the dubious honor of causing Singapore's worst network outage, the mobile operator suffers yet another outage this week, clearly indicating it seriously needs an internal review for its own survival.
Gosford is Australia's first council to be a licensed telecommunications carrier – but for the council it's not so much about competing with existing telcos, as it is about facilitating a cloud and NBN-driven technology reinvention.
In power-starved India, this novel solution from IIT Madras could transform people's lives and render the mighty inverter obsolete.
The online brokerage firm's website and mobile trading platform were inaccessible for several critical hours Wednesday and the company has yet to provide any details about how it happened.
A breakdown within its servers and software applications brought down the website of major Australian retailer Myer during the Christmas period.
The telco has outlined a slew of safeguards in response to safety shortcomings and outdated methods uncovered by investigations into the fire that broke out at its Bukit Panjang exchange.
Mobile operators may be required to maintain a separate set of core network equipment, as part of efforts to raise the the sector's resiliency, according to the telecoms minister. This follows a major outage last month sparked by a fire.
The hacking comes one week after a wave of cyberattacks against over 170 Australian sites, mainly belonging to small businesses. The attacks were in retaliation against Australia for reportedly using its Jakarta embassy for spying.
A SingTel employee has been blamed for causing a fire last month that brought down various banking and communications services in Singapore.
Project NOAH helps provide early warnings for typhoons and disasters by using an IT network that seeks to automate data gathering, modelling, and information output for flood forecasts.
Amid a spate of recent outages in the spotlight, Singapore’s telecoms regulator has defended the robustness of the country’s networks. Still this may be a wake up call for enterprises and building owners to plan ahead.
A Xerox routine backup turns into a food stamp disaster in 17 states. IT failures are becoming everyman's business.
Depending on service affected, home customers will either get a free three-month speed boost, one month's worth of free access to all pay TV channels or free local calls on their fixed lines.