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Cisco’s vision and strategy for the next few years will be on growth, profitability, new business models, services, and its partners, according to its chairman and CEO, John Chambers.
Sale of certain Apple iPhone and iPad models have been banned in the US, after Samsung won a significant legal victory last night.
Telco services provider, Anittel Group, has named Rob Pickering chief technology officer.
More than 80 industry thought leaders packed the ARN Cloud Services Breakfast at The Establishment to hear illuminating addresses by Longhaus managing director and senior industry analyst, Peter Carr, and IBM A/NZ Global Business Service Cloud sales lead, Martin Stubbs-Race. The full-house also enjoyed breakout sessions after the main event, which was hosted by ARN's Rimin Dutt. This is the first of two slideshows. The ARN Cloud Services Breakfast was sponsored by IBM.
The first ARN Security Breakfast at The Mint was a lively affair with an outstanding panel debate hosted by ARN's Rimin Dutt and featuring Klasie Holtzhausen (Symantec), Glenn Welby (Cisco), Crispin Kerr (Webroot), James Turner (IBRS), and Craig Nielsen (McAfee). Discussion roamed far and wide and included a detailed look at the impact of forthcoming major changes to the privacy laws, the BYOD effect, and the single undeniable truth that every business needs to seriously look at its security and how it can be improved. It's a simple reality that your business could be next to be hacked. Opportunities for the channel were also delivered by the panel to the dozens of resellers who attended. The Security Breakfast was sponsored by Cisco, McAfee, Symantec and Webroot.
Vodafone will be abolishing the 3 brand from August 30 and is giving customers three months to move off the service.
A taskforce will be set up to monitor the prevention of exposure, training and supervision of contractors working on the National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout, the federal government said.
The federal government will discuss the management of asbestos sites with Telstra and unions at a crisis meeting.
More than half of Australian businesses are not confident they can take advantage of high speed broadband, a survey shows.
Telecommunications company, ShoreTel, opened its new office ShoreTel House in North Sydney a ceremony attended by its customers, suppliers, partners and staff on the evening of Thursday 30 May 2013.
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