It can feel like challenges are everywhere at the moment. Cyber security, the economy, business productivity, rising costs, finding and keeping the right people – it can feel overwhelming.
It’s a time that requires smart choices about how to overcome challenges and seize opportunities, and where organisations that understand the value connectivity and technology solutions can deliver, are best poised for success.
As Australia’s leading specialist fibre and network solutions provider, we’ve long been working with some of the country’s leading organisations in the enterprise, government and wholesale telecommunications sectors.
We’re enabling organisations to improve their cyber and network security posture and compliance, through our dedicated sovereign and secure network environment and solutions.
In our report Connectivity 4.0: the new business imperative, we explore the emergence of a new era of Connectivity 4.0, in which networks and technologies have evolved to the extent that organisations no longer need to compromise. We breakdown what it consists of, how it works, and why you need to embrace its changes to give your digital business an edge in challenging times. Connectivity 4.0 is a fundamental part of what we might call the Great Reconfiguration — and it’s going to affect you, whether you’re ready for it or not.
Watch the videos below for an insight on how Vocus and its customers work together to achieve brilliant solutions.
When you’re building Australian-first sustainable projects, you need a secure business network that enables you to collaborate with designers from around the world. You also need a reliable partner like Vocus who can do brilliant things and make life simple. See how our Vocus internet, fast response, service and delivery made a difference for Acciona.
There’s a lot at stake when changing your network solution provider, so it’s critical to find someone you can trust to deliver. See how Vocus helped BankVic through a major network transition, providing them with a new, secure business network, as well as confidence, control and a great experience from start to finish.
When Minjar Gold needed a new way to improve network coverage and business internet connectivity speeds across its remote site in Western Australia, it turned to Vocus. We delivered an innovative fibre optic network and internet solution that helps the business do more, and also keeps employees happy and connected to the people they love.
We dive head-first into what’s on the minds of Australian business and government leaders to help inspire you and your organisation to go forward, go further, and go faster.
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The AI genie is out of the bottle and it’s not going back in. Its enormous benefit will have to be balanced with its impact on workforce. Two Australian AI experts, Dr. Kellie Nuttall - AI Institute Leader & Strategy and Business Design Leader at Deloitte and Prof. Toby Walsh - Chief Scientist, Laureate Fellow & Scientia Professor at UNSW AI Institute, to talk about the path that organisations will need to carefully navigate.
With AI advancing at a rapid pace, it raises a number of ethical, social, and technical challenges for organisations. In this episode, we dive into some of the challenges AI and Chat GPT pose, while also looking at the potential opportunities they bring for innovation, problem-solving, and productivity.
What makes Australia such an important market for low-earth orbit (LEO) satellites? We talk to David Thorn, Vice President APAC from OneWeb, about why LEO technology is so relevant to Australia, OneWeb’s approach to the Australian market, and the opportunities for businesses, government, and communities.
We discuss some of the biggest challenges facing businesses today – the risks and opportunities on the path to net-zero. In the words of our guest Aidan Ashton, Climate Risk Specialist from Energetics, “The world of tomorrow won’t play by the same rules as today,” discusses what organisations need to do to de-risk their future and unlock opportunities for growth.