Steve Jobs, co-founder and former CEO of consumer technology giant Apple, has died.
Telstra launched its new 4G LTE mobile network earlier this week. Andrew Collins discusses the impact of the network, the phones that may or may not run on it and pricing.
ETM Pacific has introduced the ETM350C 3G ethernet router.
Optus has announced it will offer two new BlackBerry smartphones - the Torch 9860 and Bold 9900.
The E392 LTE TDD/FDD/UMTS/GSM/CDMA multimode data card will be commercially available in Q3 2011 to network operators worldwide.
Mobile operators are under increasing pressure to deliver higher volumes of mobile data, as consumer appetite for mobile video and internet grows. Christian Goswami discusses strategies to help mobile operators cope with this demand for mobile video and data, including caching and offline transcoding.
The Polycom SpectraLink 8400 series handsets for wireless voice and data applications are now available in Australia. The handsets provide voice and data over Wi-Fi capabilities, allowing companies to use existing networks.
New Zealand preparatory school Hereworth has upgraded its wireless network to improve its performance and manageability.
The Telstra Mobile Device Management Portal is a cloud-based service that allows organisations to manage security, updates, configurations and application delivery across phones and smartphones in their mobile fleet.
As part of Telecom New Zealand’s proposed functional separation, the company has announced that Mark Ratcliffe would become CEO of infrastructure business spinoff Chorus.
Students and teachers at Melbourne’s Bialik College have better access to networked resources and the internet thanks to a new virtualised wireless LAN.
IT is engaged in a costly and lengthy military campaign with mobility. Upper management drafts fleets of new tablets, while users introduce their own mobile devices to the network. All of these must be secured and managed - refusing to do so can cost you your job. So what’s an IT manager to do? According to Joe Sweeney, analyst at IBRS, the only answer is to lay down your arms.
Giving employees access to data and processes while in the field is becoming increasingly popular. IT often responds to this need by creating device-specific mobile applications for each specific function or process. But as the number of devices and applications grow, this ad hoc approach can become unmanageable. Darren Besgrove, Director at BlinkMobile Interactive, discusses holistic mobile service delivery platforms as an alternative.
Australian BlackBerry owners looking to purchase a newer model phone may be eligible for up to $120 credit if they trade in their existing BlackBerry, as part of Research In Motion’s new Trade-Up program.
The Nokia E7 smartphone with Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync provides direct, real-time and secure access to corporate email inboxes and other personal applications.