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Australian brands still have a long way to go to in digital performance –...

SAP Australia recently launched its 2016 Australian Digital Experience Report, revealing that while the country’s largest brands have improved their digital performance since 2015’s inaugural study, a sizeable gap remains between the experiences brands deliver and what consumers expect.

The NBN is here! (Kinda.) NSW city gets trial run with the new broadband

A few select iiNet customers in New South Wales have become the first in mainland Australia to connect to the NBN, in what the Labor Government and ISPs alike hope is a sign of good news to come. After reports of successful connections from residents in the city of Armidale, NSW in April, iiNet made its NBN launch official this past week at a ceremony showcasing the benefits of superfast download speeds. Let the rollout begin!

Is broadband jargon too hard to understand? 91% of Australians think so.

Compare Broadband, a broadband comparison site, recently conducted a poll which showed that 91% of Australians think that the use of complex jargon by internet services providing companies makes choosing a broadband plan difficult.

Meet iiNet, Anthill 2010 Cool Company Award Finalist [Big Kahuna Award Category]

iiNet likes to call itself a challenger brand. First and foremost, that means taking on communications behemoths like Telstra and Optus (sometimes in court). But it also means challenging itself with breakthrough products, such as Naked DSL in 2007, phone-modem combo BoB in 2009 and internet TV in 2010.

Australians would switch ISPs should they elect to implement the Government’s voluntary filter

According to internet broadband comparison site Compare Broadband, 75% of Australians would switch service providers should they elect to implement the Government's voluntary filter. This comes at a time when three of Australia's largest ISPs, iPrimus, Optus and Bigpond, have agreed to filter out child abuse and child pornography as part of the Government's system.

Australians would switch ISPs should they elect to implement the Government's voluntary filter

According to internet broadband comparison site Compare Broadband, 75% of Australians would switch service providers should they elect to implement the Government's voluntary filter. This comes at a time when three of Australia's largest ISPs, iPrimus, Optus and Bigpond, have agreed to filter out child abuse and child pornography as part of the Government's system.

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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