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VIDEO: How Equinix optimised Carsales.com applications across regions
As part of its regional expansion, the company faced integration challenges due to the inheritance of disparate technology capabilities.
Vodafone and Telstra partner to bring security solutions to NZ
Vodafone security management services aim to help businesses navigate their security landscape and manage risk.
Subsea cable linking SG and AU lands at Perth – just 6,800km to go
A number of heavyweights are behind the cable linking Australia to Southeast Asia, including Google, Singtel, Telstra, and AARNet.
Polycom recognises success at first ever A/NZ Partner Awards
Telstra, Spark, Ingram Micro NZ, Dimension Data, and Data#3 among winners.
Union blasts Telstra for plans to cut 8,000 jobs
“In an industry which is booming, Telstra has clearly chosen to prioritise short-term profits to keep shareholders happy.”
Rabobank tap Telstra for multi-million dollar SD-WAN implementation in A/NZ
The deal will see Telstra SD-WAN implemented in 90 Rabobank sites and two data centres across A/NZ.
Telstra-owned Ooyala appoints new APJ vice president
Ooyala has appointed Patricio Cummins to the role, who previously served as the regional VP for Latin America.
A/NZ companies take five of six Riverbed APJ Partner Awards
A/NZ swept the APJ Partner of the Year Awards with Datacom, Arrow ECS, Telstra and Optus all being recognised.
Buddy Platform and Telstra cease reseller negotiations
The IoT vendor has now turned to Dicker Data for the distribution of its Ohm platform in Australia.
Government launches telecommunications Consumer Safeguards Review
Current consumer safeguards have been in place since Telstra owned and operated the national fixed-line telecommunications network.
Why Telstra’s decision to acquire VMtech makes sense
Cloud is a market worth over $180 billion, and it’s only going to grow – at 24% for annum to be exact.
Despite a 60% breach rate, Australians have firm grasp on cybersecurity
60% of Australian respondents polled in this year’s Telstra Security Report 2018 say their business has been interrupted due to a security breach.
Telstra ramps up data center and cloud security with vArmour
"In a hybrid-cloud world, organizations need simple approaches to comply with regulations and secure their applications.”
Telstra using acquisition to augment SD-WAN security
Last year Telstra announced the acquisition of VMtech, with the company now detailing how it plans to use those technologies augment SD-WAN exposure.
How VMtech SD-WAN facilitates the next generation of work tools
VMtech aims to assist businesses and simplify their network architectures, directing traffic to the required platform via the most direct path.
Open for business: Microsoft launches 2 new Azure regions in Canberra
The new regions are specifically designed to support the mission-critical demands of government and national critical infrastructure.
Telstra to front federal court over direct billing services
The company faces a $10 million fine and additional customer refunds as the ACCC alleges that it "misled" consumers.
Thanks to Telstra, we'll soon be able to make voice calls from Office 365
“We are always looking for ways we can make it easier for our customers to connect."
Telstra to cut jobs across Australia as work goes offshore
Australia’s Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) has confirmed Telstra plans to cut over 100 jobs, sending the work overseas.
Microsoft explores Australian CISOs' most common problems in cybersecurity
Australia needs at least another 500 more cyber graduates to meet existing demand for cybersecurity as CISOs tackle the shortage.
Cisco launches new network automation portfolio for service providers
The tech giant says the new release will help improve how global service providers run their large-scale networks.
Telstra takes on shifting market and comes out on top
“We are stepping up how we aggressively compete in the market."
Telstra, Qualcomm and Ericsson achieve record-breaking 4G speeds
Telstra, Ericsson, NETGEAR and Qualcomm announced they have achieved record-breaking 4G speeds of up to two Gigabits per second.
Telstra facing potential legal action over DCB services withdrawal
Sydney-based digital marketing provider Impelus says the decision to axe Direct Content Billing will have a 'material impact' on their revenues.