The NBN was born out of political controversy. The burgeoning digital economy demands ubiquitous future-proof broadband access to return its dividends of massive social benefits, service delivery and productivity improvements, and global business opportunities. But not everyone foresees the benefits nor is comfortable with the costs. Mike Quigley addresses the challenges and the lessons learned in managing the largest infrastructure project ever undertaken in Australia. Mike was awarded with the Charles Todd Medal for 2013 at this event.
Emerging technologies continue to disrupt the traditional architectures within the access, aggregation and service edge network domains. The increased reach of MPLS enables new methods to converge and consolidate the traditional network silos.
The Charles Todd Oration is being held in Sydney on 23 October 2013. For those who can't get to Sydney, this Melbourne event provides an opportunity to network with colleagues over a light lunch and view a live relay of the Sydney event.
Twenty years ago, Michael Malone founded one of Australia’s earliest ISPs, iiNet, in the garage of his parents’ home in Perth. Michael has led iiNet to become Australia’s second largest DSL Internet service provider, with annual revenue approaching $1 billion. In 2012 iiNet defeated the might of Hollywood in a High Court decision that has helped protect the rights of all Internet users in Australia. While Michael has led iiNet from one success to another, the customer remains the centre of his business . From the early days in the garage, Michael has put his customers first helping them connect and get the most out of their technology. His steadfast commitment to customer service remains the foundation for iiNet¹s success.
The Charles Todd Oration is being held in Sydney on 23 October 2013. For those who can't get to Sydney, this Adelaide event provides an opportunity to network with colleagues over a light lunch and view a live relay of the Sydney event.
Dr. Nigel Spooner, head of the ANU Luminescence Laboratory, will be discussing the application of luminescence technology for detecting and quantifying radiation effects as a window into ancient times as well as some applications in the modern world.
This presentation covers an approach to analysing enterprise information, policies, processes and technology to determine a clear current-state view of how effective the information management is, defining a future state based on business objectives and potential savings, and a strategy on how to get to that state.
Peter Rossi, CTO Huawei Australia, will speak on: Evolution direction of digital society; Major trends we see in the digital society evolution and the driving force behind these trends; and Challenges we are facing, and more importantly, the measures to address these challenges.
M-Enabling Australasia 2013 is two days of discussion and practical demonstrations on how mobile technologies can benefit people with disability and older people. It will feature local and international experts on accessible technologies, mobile service providers, developers, manufacturers, retail and business groups, regulators, policymakers, and organisations representing people with disability and older people.
Business agility and environmental sustainability have at least one common thread - the minimization of waste through the reduction of complexity. In this talk, Sundar will outline 3 approaches adopted at HP that resonate with this aim including:
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