Communications

Violated 19 clauses of consumer code.
Paul Newell spearheading local operations.
David Yuile to oversee network business.
Former CPSTG employees voice frustrations  
Terminated with zero payout, says one 17-year company veteran.
 
Liquidators take over CPS Technology 
Creditors unlikely to see any return.
 
VicGov lures Indian contact centre giant to Melbourne 
Napthine govt pursued Cisco and Avaya partner to start local Silicon Valley.
 
Voice and video calling coming to Firefox 
Mozilla and Telefónica buddy up for free, in-browser Skype rival
 
The future of Cisco according to John Chambers 
Vendor's veteran leader on Intercloud, NSA and succession plan.
 
Vodafone gives away free international calls 
Weekend offer to celebrate 21st birthday in Australia.
 
Vodafone launches 4G business mobile data plans 
Aimed at small businesses up to twenty users.
 
UXC Connect in cloud-telephony win with major hotel chain 
 
Could Cisco be the next company to split? 
Calls for networking and cloud arms to break free of each other.
 
Marriott cops $600k fine for blocking guests' wifi hotspots 
FCC alleges the block forced guests to buy wifi from hotel.
 
Optus launches enterprise NBN services 
Business-grade NBN catalogue includes VPN, internet and voice services.
 
Alcatel-Lucent sells enterprise business to China Huaxin 
Offloads UC, wireless, networking gear and phone systems.
 
Twelve telcos risk court action and $250k fines 
 
Reseller caught pretending to be Telstra partner 
 
iiNet and Dodo in hot water over billing conduct 
 
Sydney Optus agent burns tax office $500k 
 
The key to managed print success 
Providers must take an individualistic approach, claims HP.
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Issue: 331 | September 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.