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NBN satellite complaints spike over back end of 2019
Overall complaints are down by almost one quarter for the three months to the end of 2019.
Transit Systems overhauls telco and cloud capabilities with Macquarie Telecom
In the wake of seeing more transport routes become privatised.
Aussie telco heavyweights create group to handle COVID-19 network surge
ACCC to authorise and oversee the working group that will coordinate financial support and congestion strategies.
Content Delivery Networks and clouds join MANRS internet security effort
With the internet being hammered as never before, CDNs and cloud are joining with the Internet Society to help secure vital internet routing.
Palo Alto Networks to acquire CloudGenix for $420 million
CloudGenix competes with Cisco and other incumbents in the SD-WAN space.
Windows 10 remote work bug: Microsoft races out this emergency fix
Windows 10 users can manually install the new patch to fix internet connectivity problems.
Linux's WireGuard VPN is here and ready to protect you
In the newly released Linux 5.6 kernel, you'll finally find the long anticipated open-source Virtual Private Network, WireGuard.
EU: No major internet congestion issues have occurred since COVID-19 onset
Internet infrastructure in Europe up and running without any glitches despite some doom & gloom predictions.
Coronavirus: Broadband caps dropped as millions work from home
Broadband providers have committed to protecting connectivity in response to COVID-19.
Coronavirus: SpaceX internet-beaming rival OneWeb files for bankruptcy over COVID-19
UK satellite company OneWeb exits the internet-from-space broadband race.
RDP and VPN use skyrocketed since coronavirus onset
RDP use is up by 41%, enterprise VPN use is up by 33%.
Huawei dumped from Western Australian train radio contract due to US trade restrictions
Despite earlier assurances that it would be able to deliver on its contract, both parties have agreed to end the deal.
A mysterious hacker group is eavesdropping on corporate email and FTP traffic
Hacker group uses zero-day in DrayTek Vigor enterprise routers and VPN gateways to record network traffic.
It wasn't just you: Why Google suffered widespread outages
We're already stressed so when Google services went down, people were understandably upset. Here's what happened.
New Windows 10 bug hits home working: Outlook, Office 365, Teams can't access internet
Microsoft is rushing to release an out-of-band fix in early April for a Windows 10 connectivity bug.
TRENDnet TUC-ET5G USB-C 3.1 to 5GBASE-T Ethernet adapter
The TRENDnet TUC-ET5G USB-C 3.1 to 5GBASE-T Ethernet adapter is capable of some serious data throughput -- up to 5Gbps over existing Cat5e or better cabling.
Need a fast USB-C to Ethernet adapter? This dongle has you covered
Convert your USB-C port to a 5GBASE-T ports offering up to 5Gbps over existing Cat5e cabling.
Blocking China can lead to fragmented 5G market
With China-US trade relations still tense, efforts to cut out Chinese vendors such as Huawei from 5G implementations may create separate ecosystems and consumers could lose out on benefits from the wide adoption of global standards, as demonstrated with 4G.
7 ways to boost Wi-Fi speed and reliability in your home office
Are you using your networks and home broadband to their fullest potential?
Is Google down? Users reporting sporadic outages
Starting around 11am ET on March 26, Google services -- including Gmail, YouTube, Hangouts, and Docs -- began having problems in the Eastern US.
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