Telecommunications companies the world over are seeing their traditional revenue derived from legacy services like fixed voice declining rapidly. To counter this they are moving into the provision of IT services to businesses large and small.
Netflix has taken connectivity issues by the scruff of the fibre in a deal with the US’s largest cable provider, Comcast, which is aimed to ensure that its content is streamed faster and more seamlessly. The multi-year interconnection deal, shifts the streaming picture into what could become a bigger trend.
We’ve written plenty about the dangers of digging into buried infrastructure but digging can be hazardous even when there is no buried infrastructure: holes in the ground have an unfortunate tendency to collapse, often onto the people who have been digging them, unless proper precautions are taken.
Reportstack's latest report says that the Asia-Pacific (APAC) solar photovoltaic (PV) module market value is forecast to show modest growth by the end of next year, jumping from $6.7 billion in 2012 to $8.6 billion by 2015, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 7.9%.
So you need a new sales person.You have 15 CVs in front of you and your short list is uncertain. Now what?
Between 2002 and 2012 domestic enrolments in postgraduate IT degrees at Australian Universities declined 44 percent whilst postgraduates across all disciplines grew 39 percent. Over the same period, domestic enrolments in postgraduate IT degrees at Charles Sturt University grew by 177 percent. Martin Hale, adjunct senior lecturer at CSU, explains why.
Research firm IDC has mapped out five stages in an organisation’s journey to fully embracing cloud computing as a core component of its IT strategy. It’s a journey that starts with small scale explorations for specific projects and culminates in hybrid cloud: a seamless integration of different cloud resources with clear strategic benefits.
Since joining the LinesearchbeforeUdig service in June 2013 ESP Utilities Group, which operates over 10,000 gas and electricity networks in the UK, has seen a dramatic increase in the number of relevant enquiries it receives from people planning excavations on or near to their gas and electricity networks.
If you’re a small business you might well be wondering what the NBN will mean for you. Right now that’s not an easy question to answer because we don’t know what the NBN will look like or when it will come. The answer also depends on what sort of small business you operate.
You might link that if you really serve you customers well they will remain loyal. Not so, argues software company Verint. It requires a consistent, systematic and focussed approach directed specifically to that end.
- Binging is the new black
- Clouds obscure software licensing
- Brandis puts piracy back on the plank
- Keeping Aussie excavators safe - state by state
- Australia urged to take US advice on cybersecurity
- Customer Experience: it’s the journey that counts
- Video ads score touch down on Super Bowl streaming
- GITA strategies to survive and thrive
- Strong arguments for putting your security in the cloud
- Rosy job prospects for IT professionals
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