Journal

This paper explores the technical and legal issues involved in using Cloud technologies from the perspective of an Australian business interested in both customer and government attitudes, and discusses how moves to implement jurisdiction location and control preferences have been characterised as Data Sovereignty and Digital Protectionism by differing interests.

March 2014

Newsletter

Fletcher Outlines Mobile Directions In Shanghai; Cloud Computing On The Rise, Says Abs; Cryptology Research Potentially A Criminal Activity; Alcatel-Lucent And Bluechip ?to Accelerate Move To Fibre Ultra-Broadband?; Inmarsat And European Space Agency In Major Mobile Satellite Comms Research Deal; Ericsson Celebrates Nbn Fixed Wireless Partnership Too.

17th July 2015

Newsletter

Split Telstra, says Optus; OPINION Everybody?s wrong except me, says Turnbull; Government mandates cloud computing; Advent One deploys Brocade; Fibre to the what?; A short introduction to deep-fibre FTTdp.

9th October 2014

Newsletter

Vocus to buy FX Networks, trading suspended; NTT announces SDN / NFV service; Inabox to acquire Neural Networks; Amaysim promotes Ogrin to managing director; Unified Comms a ?global growth engine?; OPINION Windows Phone on the rise.

1st July 2014

Newsletter

NBN in $150 million FTTN pilot with Telstra with Alcatel-Lucent vectoring cabinets; It?s OK to store data offshore, says Government; Telecom NZ reveals Internet TV details; Telecom New Zealand?s retreat is complete; AARNet deal brings cloud to higher education ; Global mobile termination rates down; ACCC varies fixed line FADs; Australian business embracing social media; Telstra in major monitored security deal; Patrick Fair to head CA security panel; NBN cabling site for consumers; Can you...

27th June 2014

Newsletter

It?s OK to store data offshore, says Government; Aussie cloud startup Maestrano launches ?world first? integration technology; The world wants phablets; as Apple?s larger iPhone on the way; OPINION Confessions of a phablet phreak; SubPartners gets protection permit for APX-East; Telecom NZ reveals Internet TV details; and more fibre; The Internet in Australia is 25 years old.

26th June 2014

Journal

This paper describes the rationale behind AARNet?s involvement in providing a range of value-added services over its Research and Education high-speed network. Special emphasis is given to services offered ?in the Cloud?, and in particular concentrating on its latest service offering, Cloudstor+, which provides Cloud storage to researchers across Australia.

June 2014

Journal

This paper describes the rationale behind AARNet?s involvement in providing a range of value-added services over its Research and Education high-speed network. Special emphasis is given to services offered ?in the Cloud?, and in particular concentrating on its latest service offering, Cloudstor+, which provides Cloud storage to researchers across Australia.

June 2014

Journal

This paper describes the rationale behind AARNet?s involvement in providing a range of value-added services over its Research and Education high-speed network. Special emphasis is given to services offered ?in the Cloud?, and in particular concentrating on its latest service offering, Cloudstor+, which provides Cloud storage to researchers across Australia.

June 2014

Newsletter

Excess data charges up; ACCC - SMS prices; Canberra cyber security centre; Cloud and IaaS; More on Australia Post restructure; 16G fibre channel in SANs; Vodafone DoCoMo M2M agreement; Optus enhances MobileSat with Inmarsat

18th June 2014