Despite being capable of realising AU$74 billion in value from the use of the Internet of Things, Australian businesses are letting half of it slip away, according to Cisco.
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The 100Gbps fibre links that the US and Europe enjoy are yet to reach the Asia-Pacific region, but inevitable change is in the air, according to Verizon's network planning chief.
Queensland Liberal National Senator Brett Mason is accusing the Australian government of shirking its responsibilities to help secondary schools connect to high-speed fibre.
The US has finally accepted ICANN's proposal to perform a key coordinating function of the internet, awarding it a contract to do so for, potentially, the next seven years.
Equinix has brought forward its expansion plans by six months, planning to spend $50 million to double the number of cabinet equivalents installed at its third Sydney datacentre facility by September this year.
TPG Telecom has reported a second half year of growth in its mobile subscriber base, reversing years of decline following the purchase of Soul Mobile.
Sandeep Joshi is on the road so often that when ZDNet Australia asked him where he was based, he joked he practically lived in the Qantas lounge. Today, the Australia and New Zealand country manager for SonicWALL shares his travel experiences with us.
Applications for generic top-level domains (gTLDs) are open for three months from this week, but organisations that miss out or wait to see what their competitors do risk being left behind, according to Melbourne IT CEO Theo Hnarakis.
Amcom Telecommunications has purchased IT company L7 Solutions for $15 million.
After months of changes and deliberation, NBN Co has released the final draft of its short-term Wholesale Broadband Agreement (WBA), and committed to an execution date of the end of this month.