ACMA seeks industry input on Mobile Roaming Standards; Richard Bean replaces Chris Chapman as ACMA chief; Motorola, Ericsson collaborate with Telstra on push-to-talk trial; EFA attacks ?hard-line? Nikolic as head of Intelligence, Security committee; Inmarsat partners with Thales on EU aviation network infrastructure; Pre-order Samsung S7 from Telstra and get a free VR headset; GCX uses NextDC data centres for Australian push.
Revenue up, profits up, customer retention buoys Macquarie Telecom; Livingstone departing Telstra ahead of next phase of growth; Metronode achieves NABERS of 4.5, now going for 5.0; Optus offers its customers free calls to Fiji for two weeks; Optus receives ?global 4G award? at Mobile World Congress; ACMA changes tack on approach to broadband planning; Destination Melbourne for Cisco DevNet & ANZ developers.
Slow speeds, poor performance levels plague broadband services; Optus seals arts centre three-year cloud agreement; Avaya gives its Maan EMEA and APAC leadership role; Telstra takes on satellite-calling 'hotspot'; Lycamobile warned over breach of TCP Code; Cloud underpins rapid growth for Zerto; Westpac launches online global payments solution.
Telstra free data day sees HUGE 1841 terabytes downloaded; Cisco?s Innovation Central ? open in Sydney; ACMA, NZDIA strengthen joint fight against spam; Apple holds its own with Xiaomi, Huawei in exploding China smartphone market; NEC systems help boost sustainability of WA water resources; Ooyala appoints new chief for APAC, Japan ad-tech business; F-Secure finds Skype ads delivering Angler exploit to PCs; Sillars crosses from Commvault to ALE.
Nokia flags job cuts after merger with Alcatel Lucent; Revenues up, profits up as Optus continues network expansion; Apple can?t make our iPhones an expensive paperweight ? Error 53 sucks; 5G will drive ?massive? increase in mobile connections: ACMA; Virgin Mobile pops up with 12GB for $50 with unlim Oz calls and text; Australia?s first Tier 4 data centre ? Micron21; In search of cheap Netflix - a scam with teeth.
Launch of nbn commercial satellite services slated for April; Brand Finance says Telstra is Australia?s most valuable brand; Inmarsat brings in cybersecurity veteran as head of security; The ACMA issues warnings over Do Not Call Register breaches; Barracuda Copy closes shop; Bigcommerce, eBay seal exclusive integration deal for Australia, NZ; Telstra offers its Foxtel customers 3 months free Platinum HD Package.
The ACMA seeks consumers to join its Consultative Forum; Game of Drones: sales figures to be up 84% in 2016 over last year; Android banking malware steals two-factor authentication passwords; Exetel compensates consumers over ?misleading? advertising; Nokia, Alcatel-Lucent acquisition closes; Lumia 650 - the last 2016 Lumia? - due 1 February; Three ?certainties? for rapidly evolving music streaming sector in 2016.
Vodafone refarms 850Mhz to expand coverage; Spy Code found on Juniper Firewalls; Telstra fills ?first? mobile black spots with coverage; New Australian gaming network provides local ISP-based servers for PC gamers; Information ? not votes ? will come from the cloud; Windows 10 Mobile upgrade delayed; ACMA RadComms 2016 registration now open.
Macquarie Telecom to publish live feedback, urges all telcos and industries to follow; ACCAN says telcos should publish NPS scores like Macquarie Telecom; nbn boosts broadband satellite data: bigger and better; Banking malware targets Android smartphones; Telstra trumpets ABC iview?s arrival on Telstra TV plus other stats; Flexiroam boasts subscriber growth to over 500,000 within 14 days; Aussies ?wasting? $10 million on excess mobile data charges.
Be wary of free app downloads warns the ACMA; The ACMA warns telcos over consumer code breaches; Consumers abandon online transactions for fear of fraud; You need to understand the new PCI DSS requirements; Uber anonymises rider and drive phone numbers for added safety; Goodbye to Firefox OS smartphones; Interns: Boost yourself to stand out from 985,000 other people.
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