Stories by Mike Gee

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  • ALE and Enablis offer Cloud-business services

    Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE) and Enablis have partnered to offer Cloud-business services in Australia on a ‘pay-per-user-per-feature-per month’ basis which gives businesses flexibility and cost savings through an affordable technology investment model.

  • Telstra launches Telstra TV

    Telstra has partnered with with streaming platform, Roku, to launch Telstra TV, a new streaming service designed specifically for Australian consumers.

  • nbn applauds ACCC draft approval of Optus deal

    NBN has welcomed the draft decision by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) for the integration of parts of Optus’ hybrid fibre coaxial (HFC) cable network and the progressive migration of its HFC subscribers onto the nbn network.

  • IN PICTURES: EDGE 2015 - In the swing with the EDGE Cup (+58 photos)

    Golfers got into the swing on the final afternoon of EDGE 2015 when they competed for the prestigious (well, it is now) EDGE Cup. Two golf courses were reserved for the event- the newly refurbished Port Douglas Resort and the Palmer Sea Reef Golf Course. Sponsors and co-hosts formed teams of 4 for a shotgun start over both courses. It has to be said though, it is the first time we've seen a crocodile on-course - now that's what we call a natural hazard. ARN Editor, Allan Swann, took his camera gear and a buggy and recorded the action.

  • IN PICTURES: EDGE 2015 - Day Two keynote and plenary session (+45 photos)

    Here are pictorial highlights of the morning session, day two, at EDGE 2015 featuring the keynote by former Myer CEO, Bernie Brookes, and a plenary session from VMware - presented by director of channels and general business A/NZ, John Donovan, and senior product marketing manager, Aaron Steppat - on Opportunity in a liquid world: Outcomes and profitability to the channel. Photos by Alison George.

  • Data#3 profit tipped to soar for FY2015

    Australian business technology solutions company, Data#3, (ASX: DTL) has confirmed that, subject to audit, the net profit after tax (NPAT) for the 2015 financial year (FY15) is expected to be in the $10 to $11 million range.

  • IN PICTURES: EDGE 2015 - Celebration dinner under the stars (+42 photos)

    All great conferences mix business and pleasure in equal amounts. And EDGE 2015 did so in style with a stunning celebration dinner under the stars. The evening began with cocktails on the pontoon followed by a short walk to the huge table by the lagoon for a sumptuous tropical feast. And to cap it all off, fireworks. A splendid night was had by all. Photos by Alison George.

  • EDGE 2015: Day One - Keynote and plenary sessions (+47 photos)

    Here are pictorial highlights of the morning session, day one at EDGE 2015 featuring the keynote by former Chief of the Army, Lieutenant General David Morrison, and plenary sessions from SAP - presented by SAP VP and GM Global Partner Operations, A/NZ, Greg Miller - and Huawei, presented by John Lord AM, chairman, Huawei Technologies Australia, and Huawei Enterprise director of channel sales, Leo Lynch. Photos by Alison George

  • Microsoft celebrates a massive customer and Cloud win

    Microsoft has announced one of its biggest customer wins – an agreement with General Electric to deliver Microsoft’s Cloud productivity suite, Office 365, to GE’s more than 300,000 employees across over 170 countries.

  • EDGE 2015: Media Hub

    Welcome to EDGE 2015 Media Hub. On this page you will find links to all the stories, slideshows and videos from EDGE 2015.