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'No way' to stop sale of 46 million Malaysians' personal data after crippling breach
“Individuals or companies found purchasing these leaked data, should be penalised. Only when the buying stops, then only will the hacking stop."
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JobStreet confirms hit by Malaysia data leak - almost 3.9m accounts affected
JobStreet is informing clients by email whether they were caught up in a Malaysia-based data breach that affected 19 different companies.
Shortlisted entrants announced for World Communication Awards
This year will be a record year for London awards night as 65 shortlisted global companies battle it out over 21 categories.
Major data breach hits Malaysia's 46 million mobile phone users
A data breach has put more than 46 million Malaysian mobile phone users at risk and has affected many of the country’s major telecommunicatio
How telcos can win the CX race
Maintaining a high standard of CX is now the key differentiating factor between industry leaders and laggards.
Spark gains three new TaaS certifications
The certification by the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) comes after Spark signed up its 100th TaaS customer earlier this year.
ZTE supports development of the Gigabit society in Germany
The company announced its strategy for the road to the digital future for Europe and Germany at BBWF 2017.
4 major telcos pay 90% of $50m development levy in ComCom's draft decision
Today’s draft decision sees Spark, Vodafone, Chorus, and 2degrees Mobile collectively paying for more than 90% of the $50 million levy.
MTS selects Ericsson to prepare network for 5G and IoT
The two companies will roll out 5G demo zones during FIFA 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Spark and Vodafone work together to build new cell tower
Spark activated the new mobile cell site in Kirwee, a fast-growing town 40 minutes from Christchurch.
Let's be known for punching above our weight - IDC releases annual telco report
“Having this superb digital infrastructure across the country means New Zealand can take a slice of the growing digital marketplace.”
NZ telco industry focussed on improving customer service
“Constant improvement in customer service is a key factor in customer retention and is something that the individual companies work hard to improve."
Telecommunications - NZ's most complained about industry, says ComCom
“Telecommunications continue to be the most complained about industry, with the number of complaints increasing by nearly a third on last year."
Gartner: Five steps to digital transformation for telcos
More often than not, legacy processes are implemented alongside the new technologies, thereby defeating the purpose of modernisation.
End of an era – 2degrees to shut up shop on 2G
2degrees has announced it's closing down its 2G services on its nationwide mobile network as of March 2018.
Will newcomer internet provider Rain reign supreme?
The new internet provider is taking the slow and steady route to win over the South African market, but will it be enough?
Spark launches rollover data & minutes for all customers
Spark mobile customers now have the choice of rolling over the unused data and minutes.
Huawei 'committed' to helping operators capture emerging APAC markets
"Huawei stands committed to network development in emerging markets."
Japan to drive bulk of $9b NFV market as Olympics approach
Network function virtualization amongst Asia Pacific telecommunications providers is set to be worth US$9.24 billion in 2022.
TDR treads middle ground between telco & consumer disputes
The free and independent TDR service is designed to help consumers manage complaints about any service or provider from their telco.
Eaton appoints Power On Australia as first integrator
As part of the agreement, Power On Australia will be able to design, engineer and integrate Eaton DC power systems for customers in Australia.
Chorus completes $7 million broadband upgrade to speed up rural internet
Before the upgrades, the residents and businesses in these rural areas could only access broadband speeds of 5Mbps or less.
Work begins on first ever direct subsea link between Africa and South America
The subsea cable has 40 Tbps of capacity that will extend more than 6,500 kilometres providing a paradigm shift in Africa's comms sector.