The NBN is Australia’s new broadband network and the rollout is now in full swing. New and improved Internet services are coming online across Australia. With this comes some great benefits to business.

The nbnTM is the company responsible for building the new broadband network and they currently aim to complete the build by 2020. As it rolls out to business areas across Australia businesses will gain access to some great benefits. Benefits of the NBN to business revolve around faster and reliable Internet. The NBN will bring high speed …

Apple watch released

We’ve seen it all before and are yet to be convinced. So can Apple’s just-released contribution bring us around to the benefits of the smartwatch? When Apple introduced the iPad there were understandably question marks over its necessity and how it would fit in and enhance our everyday lives. After all, we already had laptops …

This week Victoria launched its free public WiFi pilot program with the Queen Victoria Market, central Bendigo and central Ballarat being the first areas to showcase the technology.

The three sites provide Victoria’s answer to the already-functioning public WiFi zones in Canberra, Perth, Adelaide and Liverpool in New South Wales as well as those in major cities around the world, including New York.Victorian Premier, Denis Napthine, has pledged to provide 1000 WiFi spots clustered around Melbourne city centre, Bendigo and Ballarat by 2015. …

The NBN rollout is well and truly happening and regional Australia is embracing the technology by getting hooked up via the NBN fixed wireless service. The last 12 months has seen the number of houses, farms and businesses reached in this way increase fourfold to more than 100,000.

The NBN rollout is well and truly happening and regional Australia is embracing the technology by getting hooked up via the NBN fixed wireless service. The last 12 months has seen the number of houses, farms and businesses reached in this way increase fourfold to more than 100,000.Fixed wireless delivery works using advanced technology often …

Samsung have launched their first smart watch product. Called the Galaxy Gear, the device allows the wearer to make and receive calls, send SMS and download apps (70+ apps available at launch). It also contains a 1.9 megapixel camera for taking videos and photos.

The release has certainly caused waves online with the million dollar question being whether this is the future once the smartphone revolution has moved on or whether it’s just a passing fad. When it was launched, detractors pointed to the fact that the watch only worked properly if you had a smartphone to pair it …

The national broadband network (NBN) seems to be an ever-present in the media spotlight thanks to its penchant for riling public debate. The development of the NBN has caught the national interest as it drags us kicking and screaming into a future unknown.

The cost of this future is not small either. In fact, according to sources, the bill for implementing the NBN could easily topple $40 billion. And that’s considered a reserved estimate by many. Part of the justification for such heavy investment in the NBN is the benefits it will have on our businesses. The predicted …

The national broadband network (NBN) seems to be an ever-present in the media spotlight thanks to its penchant for riling public debate. The development of the NBN has caught the national interest as it drags us kicking and screaming into a future unknown.

The cost of this future is not small either. In fact, according to sources, the bill for implementing the NBN could easily topple $40 billion. And that’s considered a reserved estimate by many. Part of the justification for such heavy investment in the NBN is the benefits it will have on our businesses. The predicted …

A change is coming to Australia in the way that we communicate using phone and Internet. The NBN is Australia’s new broadband network and is currently being built across the country.

The NBN will change the way that businesses use phones and Internet for ever. Most businesses will need to change over from traditional phone lines to the NBN as it comes to an area. When this happens business phone calls will be carried over the Internet in the form of VOIP. Old horror stories of …

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