Stories by Byron Connolly

NSW Office of State Revenue cuts telco costs by 16 per cent

The NSW Office of State Revenue (OSR) has slashed its annual telecommunications costs by around $200,000 and increased network performance between its two data centres by 100 times due partly to new virtual network infrastructure.

Written by Byron Connolly13 Aug. 12 15:13

Department of Finance and Deregulation inks second data centre contract

Australian government agency, the Department of Finance and Deregulation has signed an $8.6 million contract to use data centre services provided by regional telco TransACT, an iiNet subsidiary, almost four months after inking a larger agreement with Canberra Data Centres (CDC).

Written by Byron Connolly13 Aug. 12 14:30

HCF to improve member retention rates with real-time data analysis

Not-for-profit health fund HCF will soon deploy real-time data analytics software that automatically determine the risk of members allowing their to policies lapse, helping the company retain customers in an increasingly competitive market.

Written by Byron Connolly10 Aug. 12 15:45

Discovery may simplify quantum computer development

Researchers at three universities are hoping that a recent discovery will simplify and potentially speed up the development of high-powered quantum computers in the future.

Written by Byron Connolly07 Aug. 12 16:06

One-third of enterprise networks breached in last 12 months: Survey

Almost one-third of IT decision makers in Australia and New Zealand have experienced a security breach in the past year, with 23 per cent indicating that the violation harmed their reputation, according to a survey conducted by global IT association ISACA.

Written by Byron Connolly06 Aug. 12 16:56

UNSW gains more control over communications costs

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) has deployed a unified telecom expense management platform to better control its fixed-line and mobile communications costs and usage levels.

Written by Byron Connolly02 Aug. 12 11:53