Thursday, July 7, 2022

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Akamai routing error caused widespread outages across network.

Approximatly 500 customers affected.Akamai apologised for a routing error. The error was detected within the company's Prolexic distributed denial-of-service mitigation platform. This saw banking users based in Australia and New Zealand unable to access accounts and other services over...

Digital News Media and Online Advertising in Australia

So, it's 2021 and time to get your techno news out on the web. The days of relying on print and broadcast media are gone for good. In fact, if the web came along, then many of those once-dominant...

Melbourne Airport spent $45m in third-runway upgrade

Melbourne Airport spent more than $45 million buying land around its border as part of preparations for a new runway – despite not yet having final sign-off for the project from Canberra.In 2018 the Australia Pacific Airports Corporation, which...

NSW Education finds new director to lead support services transformation

Brings in ex-AMP strategist.The NSW Department of Education has brought in a former AMP transformation leader to front an overhaul of support services for teachers.Sen Thevarajah announced on LinkedIn late last week that he had left his role as head of...

NBN Co sees large jump in 250Mbps, gigabit users

As six-month discount comes into play.NBN Co has revealed that the number of customers on 250Mbps or up to gigabit broadband plans has surpassed half a million, a 20-fold or more increase since the end of last year.The network...

Juniper Networks Australia posts modest profits in 2020

Juniper Networks Australia has posted revenue of US$107.7 million, a drop from $112.5 million in 2019, however the company cut considerable costs across its administrative, sales and distribution expenses which led to a more favourable outlook.Before expenses and costs,...

Does drinking milk make stronger bones?

For generations, we’ve been told milk helps build strong bones. But does science back this up?How many of us were told as children to drink our milk because it would give us strong bones?The idea does make some sense....

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As The Cost Of Living Soars New Technology Is Helping Australians

The Australian technology industry is facing an employment crisis. The COVID border closures and a growing reliance on digital...