Breaking News: Telstra is set to cut at least 8000 staff and carve out its infrastructure assets into a new standalone business unit under sweeping changes announced today, reports ITNews.
Optus has agreed that all FIFA World Cup matches will be simulcast on its free-to-air partner, SBS, for the next 48 hours while it tries to fix its live streaming service, which crashed spectacularly under demand over the weekend.
Telstra will offer co-funding of 500 4GX-lite mobile small cells over the next three years to extend coverage to remote and regional communities and tourist attractions.
A mobile phone for calling and messaging, in tandem with a meeting solution, can meet most employee requirements; potentially saving up to 50% per user per month, says Gartner.
Computing now consumes 8% of the world's electricity and unless a new sustainable technology can be found "the information revolution will stall due to power hunger."
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The Government continues to cite "national security concerns" as it blocks Chinese telco, Huawei, each time it attempts to expand its operations in Australia.
Enterprise mobility will continue to grow and become more complex to manage during FY19, impacting on expenditure and resource allocation.
As the corporate mobility market matures, Australian enterprises are looking to expand from managed smartphones to managed endpoints.
Telstra will cease the sale of a range of business mobile plans from 1 June, opting to enhance its existing Corporate Mobile Plus and Business Mobile Plans.