Against all odds, the Australian people and businesses proved their mettle, becoming one of the first countries in the world to emerge from the pandemic. Companies pivoted quickly and adopted new business models while supercharging digitisation initiatives at an unprecedented pace. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 Australia IT stories of 2020:
To paraphrase the eternally wonderful Sesame Street: this year's telecoms industry has been brought to you by the number "5", and the letter's "G" and "H". Here is Computer Weekly's top 10 list of what was driving the telecoms industry during 2019.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the working world after the pandemic will be very different – we assess the IT security priorities for the 'new normal'. Facial recognition firms are racing to identify people wearing face masks. And how did Europe's telecoms networks cope with the switch to remote working? Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we visit the new campus of Chinese networking supplier Huawei, to find out what the firm thinks of the controversy raging about the security of its products. Our latest buyer's guide examines storage optimisation technologies. And we look at the latest developments for technology in schools. Read the issue now.
In order to remain competitive and grow, service providers must increase revenue through value-added services and build innovative new business models, while reducing capital and operating expenses. Read this presentation transcript, taken from the mediacast of the same name, to learn more.
By using telecom providers' communications and connections experience, IoT-connectivity becomes possible. This expert e-guide outlines 6 requirements for Internet of Things market success and how telecom providers can help.
Mobile internet access and the explosive demand for high bandwidth services on mobile devices have created a pivotal point for service providers. Those providers that can meet the new demands while increasing efficiency will be able to increase their market share, while those that are not will lose ground. Read on to learn how to keep up.
Check out this webcast transcript to learn how to implement Office Communications Server in a Microsoft Exchange environment, looking at unified communications solutions encompassing unified messaging, data web conferencing and audio conferencing.
This paper explains how a service delivery environment (SDE) that enables rapid creation, deployment, and maintenance of new services and blending of services supports evolving enterprise networks.