Optus to cut jobs as it considers outsourcing options

Optus is considering job cuts for next year as it looks at outsourcing human resources and back-office financial and accounting functions.

Vocus renews supply agreements with Telstra, Optus

Vocus subsidiary M2 Group has renewed supplier arrangements with Telstra and Optus for the supply of fixed and mobile access services.

Mitel set to acquire Polycom for nearly US$2 billion

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.

Vodafone lifts customer numbers to over 5 million; nbn HFC achieves average trial speeds of 84Mbps; Ericsson, Cisco come together on network service management; Billions connecting to mobile as growth explosion continues; In-flight mobile roaming revenues soaring to $3 billion by 2020; Inmarsat, Actility get together on IoT platform delivery; Megaport launches Internet advancement program; Alcatel OneTouch has simply become Alcatel; Optus, Nokia partner on stadium network improvements.

You seem to be using an unblocker or proxy. Please turn off any of these services and try again; Telstra buying cloud services company Kloud; Telstra takes a stake in US company Instart Logic; Fibre can be easily tapped; TIO appoints Geoff Nicholson as new independent director; Tasmania calls on Ericsson in an emergency; Norwood?s World Phone set to ring ?spectacular start? in for 2016.

Macquarie Telecom slams ACCC as ?out of touch? re: NBN competition; Wi-Fi dominates smartphone data consumption; Telstra's 'hip and trendy? flagship store opens in Melbourne; Yatango down and maybe out; Drive someone else?s car at Sydney and Brisbane airports; Optus does 5-year pre-paid deal driving OVO?s V8 Supercars; Optus offers Microsoft?s Lumia 950 and 950 XL with limited big bonuses.

Telcos turning to customer retention in face of slow revenue growth; Call for industry to step up to the plate on govt digital transformation; Insatiable thirst for faster data speeds quenched for 350,000 lucky regional residents; Chinese underground leads the world in cyber criminal innovation; Australian Ericsson CEO steps up to drive SE Asia and Oceania; Video on demand keeps skyrocketing ? an update; ICT industry not alone, as executive demand plummets.

Finally, Australian airlines should soon get in-sky wi-fi; Inmarsat wants better connected ships, too, with Ericsson; Mix and match cloud services cheaper, but come with a warning; Cyber attacks a growing threat to Southeast Asia businesses, governments; Linux Australia suffers another data leak; Warning: Mobile ?bill shock' risk from iOS9 WiFi Assist.

Global phone sales rise 15%: Gartner; Ericsson claims yet another LTE Carrier Aggregation world first; Radio frequency spectrum approval will contribute to improved road safety; Advance persistent threats to be more so in 2016; Mobile screen scraping apps should be scrapped; Optus Skype for Business roll-out for real estate group; InspireWire.

Ericsson has released its November 2015 Mobility Report: video traffic to soar; TNZI to quadruple its European network; nbn looks set to get a new board member; Telco protection code delivers millions in savings to consumers; Vodafone perks up Prepaid Combo with ?year of bonus data?; Telstra adds iPad Pro to its plans; Norwood?s World Phone does first ?Double Million? as Android approaches


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