Britons struggle to spot AI-generated fake news, reveals study
Study shows up to half of Britons struggle to spot AI-manufactured fake news, despite claims of discernment ability.
Devoli pioneers single-platform telco services for Australia & New Zealand
Devoli has launched the first single-platform telco services in Australia and New Zealand, offering clients simplified, automated broadband and voice provision.
RODIN marks 30 years of innovation & support for Australian SMEs
Celebrating 30 years in business, Rodin IT service continues providing innovative IT solutions and support to Australian SMEs.
Bad bots make up 30% of internet traffic and they’re after APIs
APIs are designed to connect and share data with other applications – and it can be easy to underestimate just how exposed that data is.
Layer3 unveils Secure Anywhere cloud security for NZ small businesses
Layer3 unveils Secure Anywhere, a cloud-based security solution, allowing secure global connectivity for small and medium-sized businesses.
Te Pūkenga and REANNZ collaborate to deliver high-performance Wi-Fi to all learners across New Zealand
Te Pūkenga, New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology, and Crown entity REANNZ partner to provide free Wi-Fi access for all students and staff.
CyberGhost VPN expands server network to 100 countries
CyberGhost VPN expands server network to 100 countries to meet increasing customer demand for secure and private internet connections.
Digital footprints: News sites emit more CO2 than expected
Australia's biggest news websites have a greater carbon footprint than the average site, says a report by digital agency WongDoody.
GTT appoints Edward Morche as CEO to Strengthen Network Security Services
GTT appoints experienced telecom exec as CEO, strengthening their managed network security services for multinational clients.
Akamai Technologies celebrates 20 years in Asia-Pacific
Akamai Technologies is celebrating 20 years in Asia-Pacific and Japan and is confident about the future as customer demand grows in cloud computing.
Indonesia, Philippine smartphone markets see decline
Indonesia's smartphone market shrinks for eighth straight quarter but grows 13.8% QoQ to 8.9 million units - IDC.
Gen Z in the dark on basic internet terms – research
The DNS Research Federation suggests young people are risking their safety online by using the Internet without knowing what key terms mean.
Namecheap unveils platform to launch and grow websites
Spaceship's goal is to empower users to get online faster and easier than ever before, bypassing the ingrained complexities often associated with domains.
Why Artificial Intelligence can’t replace SD-WAN
As more organisations adopt cloud-based applications and services, the demand for SD-WAN will continue to grow.
Calls for next Govt to commit to connectivity as core utility
The challenges presented by the weather events of early 2023 have shed light on the need for resilient connectivity, especially in rural communities.
New Zealanders in line for fibre broadband cost hikes
Consumers who remain loyal to their existing broadband providers are paying significantly higher prices compared to those who regularly switch.
Back on track: Chorus clears nationwide fibre backlogs
Customers hoping to connect to Chorus fibre will no longer face the significant delays experienced in many parts of the country over the past year.
Superloop covers four key tiers of business with new plans
Superloop has announced four new product offerings that provide businesses of all sizes with a more flexible range of tailored fibre plans.
Kacific and Solomon Telekom restore internet services
Kacific Broadband Satellites Group and Solomon Telekom Company Limited (STCL) have collaborated to reinstate essential nationwide internet services.
Colt fibre network seamlessly connects London and Paris now
The new fibre-optic cable deployed along the Tunnel provides access to the most fibre-connected data centres between the UK and mainland Europe.
Application and API attacks on the rise - Akamai report
Financial services sector in Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) experiences a 248% increase in web application and API attacks, reveals Akamai report.
Internet disruptions cost eCommerce retailers millions
Nearly 40% of all eCommerce retailers suffer customer-impacting disruptions, which cost up to $1 million per month.
Healthcare execs employing remote health technologies
The widespread availability of smartphones, personal computers, and internet service has driven the adoption of distance health technologies.
Jamf bolsters student security with web protection now on Chromebook
Jamf's Safe Internet, a content filtering and web security solution, is now available on Chromebook, helping schools protect students from harmful content.