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01/05/2017

The recent floods in Queensland and northern NSW in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie placed great strains on community infrastructure. Whole electricity networks went down, and telecommunications...

28/02/2017

Google "distant healing" and you will be amazed at the range of spiritual religious and quasi-scientific services offering to heal all manner of ailments via telephone, Internet or "healing...

30/01/2017

The value of IT in education has long been recognised - maybe too long, beacuse many schools now have outmoded technology that may offer interesting challenges to geeks but little preparation for...

10/12/2016

Discover new worlds with an increasing number of cloud based applications

17/11/2016

Managing an ageing population and increasing productivity of the health industry have emerged as hot topics in the lead up to the 2016 federal budget. Yet smart aged care facilities are embracing...

09/10/2016

Businesses are upgrading their data links to capacities unimaginable a few years back. Pre 1995 the maximum Ethernet transmission speed was 10 Mbps, yet today we NEED 1Gbps. What makes us so data...

30/09/2016

Enterprising remote offices aren’t waiting for NBN – they’re getting ahead with high performance wireless access, and services designed specifically for business.

14/08/2016

Business broadband is more than just fast internet. It’s about providing a service that can truly perform under pressure. In industries where milliseconds count microwave is superior to fibre due...

13/07/2016

The latest major Telstra outage, less than a week after the company announced a major investment to fix the problem, has a major lesson for all the telecommunication users and for the carriers who...

20/06/2016

The phrase "the cloud" gets thrown about an awful lot, the buzz word before "big data" its still so very now. But just where did this concept come from?

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