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In the first 11 days of March, 5.5 billion WebEx meeting minutes were consumed in 221 countries and territories. The unprecedented rise in usage allowed organisations to maintain connectivity and productivity before coronavirus was officially labelled a pandemic.  While Zoom (and its share price) has been getting attention throughout the

Global and local tech giants are offering their services for free via an online portal that has launched to assist Australian companies during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) unveiled the online resource centre yesterday to help businesses and workplaces move towards remote working arrangements as the

Cisco and RMIT have launched the Health Transformation Lab, a place for health leaders to bring their most complex and difficult challenges and consider how technology can support health initiatives. The lab will bring together ideas, leaders, innovators and infrastructure to make the future of healthcare, enabled by technology, a

If, like me, you worked in privacy about ten years ago, you’ve probably felt like that ghost rider on the freeway. Listening to the radio, knowing for sure you were doing things right, you hear an emergency broadcast announce that there’s one ghost rider around where you are driving. Seeing

Coronavirus is now causing vendors and conference organizers around the world to cancel events. Just this week the plug has been pulled on major industry events in Barcelona, Singapore, and Melbourne. More are expected. Which-50 also understands some IT companies are cancelling or restricting their executives’ travel plans over fears

Cyber security vendor Cisco has partnered with Victoria University to open a Cybersecurity Training Centre in Melbourne’s West to meet an increasing demand for workers in one of Australia’s fastest growing and under serviced industries. The jointly-funded Cybersecurity Training Centre is located at Victoria University’s (VU) St Albans Campus. The

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The pace of the hyper connected world is set to exponentially accelerate with the introduction of pervasive 5G networks and Wi-Fi six enabling unprecedented bandwidth possibilities as connectivity and digital transformation moves beyond humans and devices to the realm of machine-to-machine. Addressing the audience at Cisco Live in Melbourne, Irving

The transformative impact of digital technologies on the industrial sector has garnered less attention than the explosive growth of the consumer internet. Various players across mining, oil & gas, manufacturing and logistics sectors have embraced the power of software and communications technology to improve the monitoring and performance of industrial equipment.

Cisco Australia recently announced it intends to expand its foothold in the small-to-medium business (SMBs) market with the launch of a new dedicated strategy to support owners and operators as they grow. The technology firm aims to address the challenges the SMB sector face when it comes to digitalisation and

SAS and Cisco have an ambitious plan to uncomplicate Australia’s energy sector using their Edge-to-Enterprise IoT Analytics Platform. Grant Dyer, General Manager of Telecommunications, Energy and Utilities at SAS Australia and New Zealand tells Which-50 that the regulatory environment of Australia’s energy grid is a ‘key constraint’ to data sharing.