Mitchell Bingemann

Recent articles by Mitchell Bingemann

Queensland Uni giving schools the quickest Internet in the land

Queensland Uni giving schools the quickest Internet in the land

The University of Queensland is paving a high-speed broadband revolution for school communities with a new network that allows them to connect to the internet at a speed of one gigabit a second (Gbps).
Mitchell Bingemann Apr 10 2008, 6:34AM Mobility
Oracle goes social with latest CRM offering

Oracle goes social with latest CRM offering

With the latest release of Oracle’s On Demand CRM solution, the company is not only touting the rise of social networks but making them the core of its functionality.
Mitchell Bingemann Apr 4 2008, 6:42AM Software
Austrade seeks financial services companies to visit Microsoft HQ

Austrade seeks financial services companies to visit Microsoft HQ

The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) is seeking applications from financial services technology companies keen to be involved in a trade mission to visit Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond, Seattle.
Mitchell Bingemann Mar 21 2008, 7:28AM Finance
Conroy sheds light on network build at ATUG 08

Conroy sheds light on network build at ATUG 08

Communications Minister Stephen Conroy took stage at the 24th annual ATUG conference today to reiterate and remind the telecommunications industry why the Government would not back down from its fibre-to-the-node national broadband network.
Mitchell Bingemann Mar 13 2008, 6:03AM Collaboration
Conroy confirms expert broadband panel

Conroy confirms expert broadband panel

Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has named an expert panel to advise the Government on its proposed $8 billion national fibre-based broadband network.
Mitchell Bingemann Mar 12 2008, 7:18AM Collaboration
Unisys seeks 400 support staff for DoD contract

Unisys seeks 400 support staff for DoD contract

After securing a $240 million ICT support services contract with the Australian Department of Defence (DoD), Unisys Australia is now on the hunt for 400 new support staff to make certain the deal runs according to plan.
Mitchell Bingemann Mar 11 2008, 8:00AM Software
Telstra’s ACCC challenge thrown out of High Court

Telstra’s ACCC challenge thrown out of High Court

The High Court of Australia has thrown out Telstra’s challenge to overturn the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's (ACCC) ability to set prices for access to its network.
Mitchell Bingemann Mar 7 2008, 2:31PM Collaboration
Is Conroy forgetting about OPEL?

Is Conroy forgetting about OPEL?

In his first major IT industry address, Senator Stephen Conroy stood before some 500 attendees, but forgot all about mentioning OPEL
Mitchell Bingemann Mar 6 2008, 1:59PM Collaboration
Australian workers spared from 2,100 Nortel job cuts

Australian workers spared from 2,100 Nortel job cuts

Nortel Networks has said its Australian workforce will be "minimally impacted" when 2,100 of its global workers face the chopping block over the next 12 months.
Mitchell Bingemann Mar 1 2008, 8:02AM Collaboration
Crazy John’s rolls out ciboodle CRM

Crazy John’s rolls out ciboodle CRM

Mobile phone retailer turned telco, Crazy John's, has deployed Graham Technology's Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system to centralise sales across its 100 retail outlets.
Mitchell Bingemann Feb 23 2008, 10:20AM Software
Telstra profit jumps to $1.9 billion as PSTN hangs on

Telstra profit jumps to $1.9 billion as PSTN hangs on

Telstra has reported a 13 percent increase to $1.9 billion in its half-year profit report, attributing the gain to rising sales of high-speed Internet services which offset lower revenue from its fixed-line business.
Mitchell Bingemann Feb 22 2008, 6:03AM Collaboration
New government, new year, new promises

New government, new year, new promises

Why government Internet filtering raises more questions than it answers.
Mitchell Bingemann Feb 6 2008, 4:53PM Software
Telstra cancels Next G incentives, launches CDMA hotline

Telstra cancels Next G incentives, launches CDMA hotline

Although Telstra has taken heed of the Federal Government’s recommendations to delay the shutdown of its CDMA network until April 28, the telco has decided not to extend an incentive program launched to bolster migration to Next G.
Mitchell Bingemann Jan 24 2008, 7:22AM Collaboration
ETT spruiks satellite broadband in face of OPEL and Govt plans

ETT spruiks satellite broadband in face of OPEL and Govt plans

Even as OPEL finalises its nation-wide WiMAX rollout and the Federal Government teeters on its FttN plans for regional Australia, newly appointed wholesaler for the IPSTAR satellite, ETT Limited, remains firm in its belief of becoming a serious regional broadband provider.
Mitchell Bingemann Jan 18 2008, 3:56PM Collaboration
Conroy compiles evidence for CDMA shutdown

Conroy compiles evidence for CDMA shutdown

A report detailing the pros and cons of Telstra’s Next G network has arrived at the desk of Communications Minister Stephen Conroy to help him decide if the new network is ready to replace the moribund CDMA service.
Mitchell Bingemann Jan 10 2008, 3:01PM Collaboration
NETGEAR recalls 82,000 overheating Ethernet Adapters

NETGEAR recalls 82,000 overheating Ethernet Adapters

NETGEAR has issued a worldwide recall for 82,000 of its XE103 Powerline Ethernet Adapters after the company discovered the devices overheated when used on a 220-240 volt power source.
Mitchell Bingemann Jan 8 2008, 2:18PM Hardware
Optus brings forward 3G network deadline to 2008

Optus brings forward 3G network deadline to 2008

Vodafone’s announcement to roll out nationwide infrastructure for a new 3G network has sent a rocket up Optus’s proverbial, with Australia’s number two telco declaring it will now complete its 3G rollout by December 2008, 18 months ahead of schedule.
Mitchell Bingemann Dec 14 2007, 6:33AM Collaboration
Vodafone earmarks $500 million 3G expansion to rival Telstra

Vodafone earmarks $500 million 3G expansion to rival Telstra

Vodafone Australia has thrown down the gauntlet in a challenge to Telstra’s Next G rural monopoly with new plans to build a $500 million 3G mobile broadband network that is set to cover 95 percent of the Australian population.
Mitchell Bingemann Dec 12 2007, 4:12PM Collaboration
CDMA users get grace period while Telstra scours for handsets

CDMA users get grace period while Telstra scours for handsets

Users of Telstra’s CDMA network will keep their mobile numbers for a thirty day grace period while switching to the Next G network as the telco giant searches for its three most widely used CDMA handsets.
Mitchell Bingemann Dec 10 2007, 3:44PM Collaboration
Ants, acid and business brawls: The top ten data disaster stories for 2007

Ants, acid and business brawls: The top ten data disaster stories for 2007

Keeping honey well away from your computer and not using a washing machine to clean external hard drives may be some of the hard lessons learnt by hapless computer users if Ontrack Data Recovery’s 2007 Data Disaster League list is anything to go by.
Mitchell Bingemann Dec 10 2007, 3:43PM Data centre

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