Russian companies face difficulties in finding cybersecurity specialists As Russia continues to get the blame for the recent spate of cybersecurity incidents that have compromised the data integrity of major corporations in the West including Australia, Russian companies are finding it increasingly difficult to find cybersecurity personnel for their own security needs. 

15th November 2022

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ACCC fines the three largest internet service providers for $33.5 million for misrepresenting internet speed connection The Federal Court has ordered that the largest internet service providers—Telstra, Optus, and TPG Telecom—need to pay penalties amounting to $33.5 million after each companies admitted false and misleading representations when promoting certain NBN internet plans, according to the ACCC.

14th November 2022

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Spark, Vodafone, Tait, Kordia to build NZ$1.4 billion Public Safety Network Dominant NZ telco operators Spark and Vodafone NZ have established Hourua – a new joint venture that will provide priority cellular services to the NZ$1.4 billion Public Safety Network, which is being implemented by Next Generation Critical Communications, a cross-agency government advisor group involving Police, Fire and Emergency New Zealand and St John and Wellington Free Ambulance

11th November 2022

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Deutsche Telekom unveils digitalisation business unit Dominant German telecommunications operator Deutsche Telekom is positioning its corporate customer IT solutions arm T-Systems as the core of its digital strategy, promoting the brand as an end-to-end provider of digital transformation for businesses.

10th November 2022

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Contactless mobile payments users to pass 1 billion by 2024 Emerging markets are driving a surge in the adoption of contactless mobile payments, according to a new study.

9th November 2022

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How NBN Co wants Australians to get ‘ScamFit’ NBN Co kicks off its scam education program ScamFit to help at least 50,000 Australians identify and manage NBN impersonation scams.

8th November 2022

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Dell Australia in court for allegedly misrepresenting monitor prices The ACCC has directed the Federal Court to take legal action against Dell Australia for allegedly making false or misleading representations regarding the price of monitors that consumers could add on to purchases of Dell computers.

7th November 2022

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Airtel passes 1 million customers on its 5G network Indian telecommunications giant Bharti Airtel, India’s leading telecommunications services provider, states that it has crossed the 1 million unique 5G user mark on its mobile network.

4th November 2022

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Vertiv installs cable landing station in Somalia US-based infrastructure provider Vertiv has completed the installation of privately owned Somalian operator Hormuud Telecom’s undersea cable landing station (CLS) in Somalia.

3rd November 2022

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Vodafone doubles data for its select prepaid plans Telecommunications company Vodafone is offering data bonuses across its prepaid plans for customers as Christmas nears.

2nd November 2022

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