How AI is transforming the Australian workforce
Generative AI is reshaping Australia’s workforce, with technology skills now integral to the economy. Embracing AI could unlock billions of dollars by 2030, but requires an understanding of its intricacies and a stronger pipeline of tech workers.
Businesses caught underprepared for Active Directory outages, Cayosoft reveals
A recent report by Cayosoft shows a lack of preparedness for Active Directory outages, potentially costing companies millions per day and risking severe operational disruption.
How eCommerce and fintech firms are leveraging the power of AI-enabled data centres
Ecommerce and fintech firms tap into the potential of AI-enabled data centres, harnessing GPU-powered servers to enhance data processing, bolster fraud detection, and streamline payment systems.
Blue Wireless joins Connectbase for easier global wireless connectivity
Blue Wireless has joined Connectbase to provide instant pricing and global service availability, enhancing wireless connectivity solutions.
Venafi forecasts rise of '1000x developer' & hacker threats
Venafi warns of the rise of '1000x developer' and '1000x hacker' threats in 2024, fuelled by burgeoning AI innovations and cloud native vulnerabilities.
Kyndryl teams up with Dynatrace to enhance business insights offering
Kyndryl forges global alliance with Dynatrace to amplify its business insights offering, enhancing customers' outcomes.
Big savings on Luminous power solutions for festive Cricket season
Luminous launches 'India Full Power' with Amazon and Flipkart, offering discounts on energy storage solutions.
New Relic releases 2023 Observability Forecast Report
The industry’s most extensive observability-focused study has revealed outages cost AUD $11 million annually as tool sprawl persists.
Veeam names Dustin Driggs as new CFO
Veeam, the global leader in modern data protection, appoints Dustin Driggs as new CFO, bringing in over 30 years of experience in multinational businesses.
Updated: What went down with Spark’s weekend outage
Spark mobile and broadband services were down on Sunday, with widespread outages impacting some customers across the country.
Cloud disaster recovery confidence up, but challenges remain
Confidence in cloud-based disaster recovery is growing, but risks, outages and downtime costs are still posing challenges for enterprises.
Telecom customers in New Zealand face further connection issues, following two outages yesterday, with no compensation offered.
TelstraClear crunches unmetered weekend numbers
Customers take advantage of deal in 'frenzy' of downloading and uploading.
Vector blamed for Orcon outage
A problem with Vector's Communications Network was the reason behind Orcon's original outage yesterday.
XT outages explained
Telecom and Alcatel Lucent failed to manage the high number of subscribers attracted onto the XT Network when it launched in May last year.
Alcatel Lucent NZ boss resigns, new appointment made
Alcatel Lucent NZ CEO Steve Lowe has resigned and his<br />replacement Jyoti Mahurkar-Thombre is set to take over the role as head of New<br />Zealand operations in two weeks.
More XT problems as independent reviewer appointed
Problems<br />continue to plague the XT Network as cellsites are upgraded and Telecom announces<br />the company that will review the recent outages.
We want a say in XT review - TUANZ
Major users are demanding input into Telecom’s independent review into why the XT Network crashed twice in two months.