Australian businesses need reassurance on the security of cloud services to encourage greater uptake, says content delivery network operator, Akamai.
Data, data everywhere, time to stop and think.
For years Telstra has been the company Australians loved to hate. As the country's largest telco with millions of customers every move it makes is news - especially when customers are adversely impacted. So it might surprise you to hear that Telstra has been voted the best customer experience company overall by a poll of Australian consumers as well as the best telco and Internet service provider.
You might be familiar with this quote, attributed to Bill Gates: “We always overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next ten.” Perhaps less well known is the sentence that followed: “Don't let yourself be lulled into inaction.”
Well that’s the tagline being used for the latest HTC Desire 820q which is actually having lower specs than their current Desire 820 phablet which is doing well in the market.
The Lumia 535 marks the first Microsoft smartphone to replace the Nokia hence making the software giant acquisition of the Finnish company complete. Meanwhile for Panasonic Eluga I, it is to complement their flagship Eluga U and compete in the mid-range market. Both are priced below than $150 and presents a value for money by having quad-core processors powering them up.
Being able to call up or go to a web site and get information on underground infrastructure before you start digging a hole is something we tend to take for granted in Australia - after all, the Dial Before You Dig service has been around for 25 years.
Panasonic might not be a name synonymous with the smartphone industry and the Eluga line of phones which most of us have not even heard of before. But the Eluga I is certainly an affordable device well within the reach of the common users.
Samsung Galaxy Alpha is the company’s first alpha metallic phone. Although it is not totally metallic like the HTC One Mini 2 or HTC One M8, yet it is a welcome change as the Korean company has moved a step away from the usual plastic body.
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