Stories by Stuart Corner

Flinders Uni turns to cloud solution for identity management

South Australia’s Flinders University has deployed Okta’s cloud-based identity management system to provide single sign-on for staff and student access to more than 70 university applications and to streamline on-boarding of students.

DocuSign taps Azure for local hosting

Digital signing company DocuSign has installed its software in three Microsoft Azure data centres in Australia – in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra – to enable it to meet the on-shore storage requirements of Australian government customers.

MEF’s grand vision: To rescue telcos from commoditisation

MEF, formerly the Metro Ethernet Forum is on a mission: To save the world’s telcos from being relegated to providing basic connectivity in every greater volumes without proportionate increases in revenues, according to its senior vice president Dan Pitt.

Brisbane-developed software powers new PCCW Global SD-WAN service

PCCW Global, the international operating division of HKT (Hong Kong Telecom), has launched a global software-defined wide area network service (SD-WAN) using technology from recently acquired Console Connect, a US startup that conducted most of its R&D and software development in Brisbane.

Aussie mobile service provider Kogan coming to NZ

Australian Securities Exchange listed online retailer and mobile virtual network operator Kogan.com (ASX: KGN) will offer telecommunications services in New Zealand under an agreement with Vodafone.

NZ’s CERT gets budget boost

The New Zealand Labour government’s first budget has allocated an additional NZ$3.9m over four years to the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT).

Telstra pushes 5G’s latency advantage

Telstra, in conjunction with Ericsson and Intel, has used a demonstration of online gaming to push the low latency characteristics of 5G wireless as one of the key benefits of the technology.