Before 5G. The mighty and powerful 5G is rolling into our lives, and a lot of businesses aren’t quite ready. So, use this simple guide to better prepare yourself, as 5G is a big one. It’s going to change a lot, and you want to make sure you’re making the most of it - both at work and at home.
A shortage of nbn technicians is already causing delays of 3-4 months for businesses in some regions of NSW who are waiting to migrate off ISDN.
Businesses who don't start the process of migrating away from their ISDN lines now, risk getting caught in a massive bottleneck as the September deadline looms.
First it was the old copper PSTN lines making way for the NBN. Next comes the enforced disconnection of ISDN lines which will begin in September 2019.
Samsung has given us a 'sneak peak' at its 5G City, as the Korean tech giant announces it wants 20 percent of the global 5G network equipment market by 2020.
Telstra and TPG have begun publishing performance data which allows consumers to compare fixed line NBN speeds with fixed wireless NBN speeds.
Telstra has announced the unexpected departure of Mike Wright, GM Networks, the most senior executive involved in planning for the launch of the telco's 5G network.
Australian small businesses are most at risk of ransomware attacks because they sit at the juncture of money and vulnerability.
At 12.01am on 1 December 2016, Telstra flipped the 'off switch' on its 2G network. All 2G devices and SIM cards are no longer viable on the Telstra network. Don't be caught out by 2G devices or 2G SIM cards sitting in dormant monitoring machines.
From 1 December 2016 all 2G devices and SIM cards will no longer be viable on the Telstra network. Don't get caught with 2G devices or 2G SIMs in machines.