OSI layers: Everything you need to know

November 9th, 2018

If you’re not heavily into networks and telecommunication systems, then you probably haven’t heard of the seven OSI layers. In fact, if you have heard of it then you’re probably thinking about baking, because cakes today are all about the layers. However, the seven OSI layers have nothing to do with cakes, bu

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The difference between Layer 3 and Layer 2 networks

October 20th, 2018

For network engineers and architects, understanding the difference between a Layer 3 and Layer 2 network can greatly enhance the overall security and speed of your network infrastructure.Generally speaking, Layer 2 is a broadcast Media Access Control (MAC) MAC level network, while Layer 3 is a segmented routing

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Top 5 tips to ensure a smooth transition to the nbn™ for your business

October 9th, 2018

The nbn™ has been on everyone’s mind for years now. We’ve all heard the horror stories and problems encountered during the transition of legacy services such as ADSL, PSTN Fixed Lines, fax and eftpos to the nbn™. However, like all stories, the retelling has blurred the lines between fact and fiction.I

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Why Australian schools need enterprise-level internet

August 23rd, 2018

Schools are embracing technology in a big way. Today, students are expected to do most of their work on laptops, while the internet has facilitated educational outcomes well beyond what was achieved in the past.At the same time, this has affected the way schools approach technology infrastructure within their walls

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The top 5 enterprise technology trends

August 1st, 2018

The rate of technology innovation is accelerating. Every year new technology trends come to market that promise disruption across all enterprise sectors, and competitive advantage for those businesses that are able to stay on top of the change.So, what are some of the key technology trends at the moment, and how s

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Understanding Dark Fibre: 7 Reasons Why Dark Fibre Could Be The Right Solution For Your Business

July 2nd, 2018
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You may have already heard the term ‘dark fibre’ being thrown around; there’s been a growing interest in this technology, and for good reason.If you're interested in scaling up your network with incredible data speeds, it's worthwhile finding out as much as you can about dark fibre. What is dark fibre?

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What you need to know before switching your ISDN based services to the NBN

June 18th, 2018
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Do you currently have ISDN lines connecting your phone system to the public telephone network and wondering how you switch to the nbn™ (national broadband network)? The NBN is currently in the process of providing faster broadband services Australia-wide, allowing for the transition to VoIP services for all Austr

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MPLS vs. SD-WAN: Which one’s right for your business?

April 5th, 2018
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Before Software-Defined Wide Area Networks (SD-WAN) came along, there was Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS). While SD-WAN has the potential to reduce a company’s dependency on MPLS, the benefits of the latter shouldn’t be dismissed – particularly if Quality of Service (QoS) is important to your business.

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Agile marketing in large enterprise: a Wideband review

April 3rd, 2018

When you think of large enterprises, the word ‘agile’ doesn’t always spring to mind. In fact, big businesses often have a reputation for being slow to adopt change.But the truth is, agile marketing isn’t just a strategy for small and medium-sized businesses – despite what the name suggests. In this re

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What’s the right web hosting solution for your business?

January 10th, 2018

If you’ve ever set up web hosting for your business, you’ve probably heard of options like shared hosting and virtual private server hosting. With the rise of cloud technology, however, new options like cloud servers have also become available.Understanding the difference between each of these options can

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