5 Key Trends to Keep IT Managers Awake at Night

Posted on April 15, 2018

5 Key Trends To Keep It Managers Awake At Night

What will the networks of the future look like? The IT industry’s relentless pace of innovation makes predictions difficult, but here are five key trends to watch. 1. Intent-based networking Intent-based networking was a major theme of the CiscoLive conference in Melbourne in March 2018. The concept…

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To Infinity and BEYOND

Posted on April 13, 2018

To Infinity And Beyond

Networks in Australia are experiencing rapid growth, thanks to the convergence of the Internet of Things (IoT). In the next two decades, Australia will see an increase in appliance connectivity through IoT. The facilitation of this technology will see more and more devices seeking an internet connection. Additionally,…

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Ransomware epidemic - are you prepared?

Posted on March 20, 2018

Ransomware Epidemic Are You Prepared

According to recent studies, more than 4,000 ransomware attacks happen daily, infecting around 30,000 - 50,000 devices every month. So it’s fair to say that these ransomware attacks, along with their exponential increase over previous years, is now of epidemic proportions. There are many steps you can…

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How IT Can Help Save The Pain Of A Data Breach

Posted on March 15, 2018


At the end of February, new laws were enacted in Australia regarding the mandatory notification of data breaches. With large company fines, as well as substantial individual fines for non-compliance, understanding these changes need to be a top priority for every company in Australia. Whilst the changes…

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Five top tips for a seamless transition to SIP

Posted on March 13, 2018

In House Pbx Is So 90S Its Time To Move To The Cloud

In Australia, the clock is ticking for companies relying on ISDN. They will soon be forced to find alternative solutions as the ageing technology is retired. NBN Co has announced that ISDN will no longer be be available for purchase by new customers from 30 June 2018. It will progressively be disconnected…

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How to choose the right sort of backup

Posted on February 14, 2018

How To Choose The Right Sort Of Backup

Backing up data is one of the most important ways of protecting your company, its operations and functions. There are many different ways of doing this and various types of backup. We examine the three main varieties—full, incremental and differential backups—as well as the advantages, disadvantages…

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Cloud Backup isn't just someone else's problem

Posted on February 05, 2018

Cloud Backup

There are many advantages to using cloud storage. Generally it’s the less expensive, safer option, and has the advantage of both flexibility and connectivity. However, there are pitfalls if it’s not managed properly. Here are some of the most common mistakes made when using cloud-based storage and more…

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Building business resilience

Posted on February 02, 2018

Building Business Resilience

An organisation is always going to encounter unexpected events. Whether it be a fire, cyberattack or the sudden loss of strategic personnel, it’s crucial to ensure your business is able to survive. Through careful continuity planning, business are able to build substantial resilience, giving them…

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VR...soon to be the next thing to affect the Enterprise?

Posted on February 01, 2018

Companies Around The World Are Taking Advantage Of Virtual Reality Vr To Drive Sales

The world of customer engagement is changing, with virtual experiences allowing companies to deliver messages in ways never before thought imaginable. In some cases, VR is giving businesses across all sectors the opportunity to take customers on a journey, a virtual ride or straight into the cockpit…

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Readying our Terrestrial Network for the Australia Singapore Cable

Posted on January 22, 2018

Dc Cabling

Vocus Communications is in the process of upgrading our core domestic infrastructure to support the early customer demand for Australia Singapore Cable (“ASC”), as the project’s ready for service date draws closer. The planned upgrade is designed to deliver an additional 8TBps of capacity across the…

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