The achievements of Microsoft’s Australian partners over the past year have been recognised through a number of prestigious awards announced at the 2015 Microsoft Australia ...
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- Inabox Group suffers $351,000 in losses after tax for FY15
- Optus’ revised NBN deal gets the nod from ACCC
- CenturyLink to deploy broadband to rural areas in 33 states
- Macquarie Telecom Group faces net loss after tax of $4.3m for FY15
- Internet of Things key as mobile wireless charging adoption to “soar”
- Macquarie Telecom to offer Riverbed SteelHead SaaS solution
- Gogo gets thumbs up for speedy in-flight broadband in the U.S.
- Telstra lands multi-million dollar Australian Rail Track deal
- M2 Group nets $73.7 million in profit
- New NBN corporate plan reveals cost blowout
- NBN doubles telco revenue to $161 million
- Zambia starts the hunt for international operator to invest in Zamtel
IN PICTURES: 2015 Microsoft Australia Partner Awards (+32 photos)
IN PICTURES: ARN Distributor Roundtable, Sydney, 26.08.15 (+26 photos)
IN PICTURES: Dicker Data TECHx 2015 - Sydney (+39 photos)
IN PICTURES: Dicker Data TECHx 2015 - Melbourne Leg (+29 photos) (UPDATED)
IN PICTURES: CompTIA A/NZ Channel Community meeting, Sydney
IN PICTURES: 2015 Hall of Fame Inductees Lunch, Part 2 (+24 photos)
Underlying net profit increased to $100 million
The build is expected to increase to about $46 to $56 billion, up from the estimated $41 billion.
Expanding its rollout has fetched $3.3 billion in capital expenditure.
Greens reaffirm they will back Labor's NBN
Claims it's a "gigantic torching of taxpayers' money"
ISPs talk about the issues they want addressed in the upcoming election
Nearest competitor, Samsung Galaxy Tab, isn't within shouting distance
Sales up 19 per cent in first quarter compared to last year
Apple posted double-digit growth while Nokia and Motorola showed double-digit declines
Made possible by event partners Cisco and the University of New South Wales’ Big Questions Institute
Five-year overhaul of the university’s communications and campus security systems planned
Communication vendor releases three new Telepresence 2.0 models for the Australian market