How to build redundancy into your business connectivity

July 27th, 2021. Heidi Kraak

No business can afford downtime. Many businesses are almost as dependent on connectivity as they are on electricity - internet outages can easily grind business operations to a halt if there is no failover in place. Depending on the nature and size of the business, and the length of the outage, businesses can po

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Three ways connectivity is shaping Australian healthcare

May 3rd, 2021. Heidi Kraak

The healthcare industry is rapidly digitising. While the pandemic has exacerbated this trend, it would be remiss to assume the various lockdowns around the country are the only factors fuelling healthcare’s growing reliance on connectivity. Technology and healthcare have always worked in tandem to improve

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Gigabit speeds for all Australians – is this a fantasy?

April 1st, 2021. Heidi Kraak

Nationwide gigabit speeds may sound like a fanciful dream - particularly in a country as vast as Australia. However, that reality may be closer than you think. Faster internet speeds are becoming increasingly accessible for businesses and residential users across the country thanks to a range of developments

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Four ways to mitigate security risks for your remote staff

February 16th, 2021. Heidi Kraak

While the home office boasts a raft of benefits, one consideration often forgotten by proponents of flexible working arrangements is that of network security. Sure, eliminating the commute, improving work/life balance and cutting costs are all fantastic side-effects of working from home. However, the reality is

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Find out how your business can take advantage of the nbn™ fibre expansion

February 3rd, 2021. Heidi Kraak

If Australian businesses can take anything away from 2020, it would be that access to fast and reliable connectivity is vital to survival. A year ago, connectivity was certainly important. However, reliance on internet services was taken to a new level last year as lockdowns forced the deployment of a remote wor

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