Stories by Stephanie McDonald

NBN: Build it and they will come

Australia's National Broadband Network will create new applications and uses for its bandwidth, according to Jim Hassell, head of product development and industry relations at NBN Co

Newcastle's 4G network expands

4G technology in Newcastle is one step closer with Telstra announcing the second phase of its plan for the area over the coming months.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux celebrates 10 years of Enterprise Linux

While Red Hat might be one of the largest open source providers in the world, Jim Totton, vice president for the company’s platform business unit, is surprisingly coy about mistakes the company has made and learnt from in the decade since it launched.

Capitalis solves communication problems with Office 365

Capitalis, a market research company which collects, analyses and interprets commercial data, realised it needed to consider other communications methods after having to ask clients for their conference dial-in details to conduct calls.

SKA site wrangle continues

The Australian government has welcomed the decision of the first general meeting of the SKA Organisation, which is co-ordinating the establishment of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope, to establish a science working group to examine site options for the SKA.

SMEs making leap to private Cloud

Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) are jumping on board private Cloud, according to Pieter DeGunst, director of ICT consultancy Tecala.