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Swinburne helps deepen multi-disciplinary understanding
Swinburne recently hosted nine Indonesian students as part of the prestigious Indonesian International Student Mobility Awards, Vocational Edition (IISMAVO).Thursday 07 December 2023
Swinburne and Oracle partner to enhance student employability
Swinburne and Oracle have partnered to provide students with valuable industry interactions.Tuesday 05 December 2023
The Optus chief was right to quit but real change is unlikely at the telco until bigger issues are fixed
Optus chief executive Kelly Bayer Rosmarin bowed to the inevitable on Monday and resigned as chief executive of Australia’s second largest telecommunications company. Why inevitable? Poor communication and a lacklustre response during a major system outage is bad enough. Then things got worse when Bayer Rosmarin and the director of Optus networks admitted at a Senate hearing on Friday they had no disaster management plan for the kind of national outage experienced two weeks earlier.Read more (The Optus chief was right to quit but real change is unlikely at the telco until bigger issues are fixed)Monday 20 November 2023
The Optus outage shows us the perils of having vital networks in private hands
Optus chief executive Kelly Bayer Rosmarin is set to front a Senate inquiry this week, probing last week’s colossal outage which left millions stranded without internet or mobile phone connectivity for a staggering 14 hours. The company has faced severe critisism for its handling of the outage, including for its lack of urgency in updating the public.Wednesday 15 November 2023
Why Elon Musk’s first week as Twitter owner has users flocking elsewhere
It’s been a week since Elon Musk strode into the Twitter headquarters with a kitchen sink, signalling his official takeover of the company. Having had some time to let the news of his US$44 billion (about A$70 billion) purchase “sink in”, Twitter users are now wondering what he’ll do with the platform.Friday 04 November 2022
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