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Telstra today launched its global cloud-based unified communications service, enabling businesses to communicate and collaborate in real-time regardless of their location around the world.
Thousands of Australians will soon have access to more free-to-air television content thanks to the launch of SBS ON DEMAND, SBS’s catch up service, on the Telstra T-Box.
Eight out of the nine startups in muru-D’s inaugural accelerator program have a clear path for funding thanks to an injection of initial seed capital, training and mentoring from the Telstra-backed muru-D accelerator program.
The Telstra Board today announced the appointment of Peter Hearl, 63, as a non-executive Director. Mr Hearl is based in Sydney and will bring more than 40 years of corporate experience across industry sectors in North America, Europe and Asia.
Telstra today announced it will acquire Silicon Valley-based company Ooyala, a leader in video streaming and analytics.
The Victorian Coalition Government is partnering with Telstra through the Seniors Card Age Friendly Partners Program to roll out a new and free training program that encourages more seniors to embrace technology.
REDARC, a South Australian manufacturer of high-end components which represents the future of Australian manufacturing, was named tonight as the 2014 Telstra Australian Business of the Year.
Telstra today announced it will become a customer of the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) and colocate at Australia’s only purpose-built financial markets data centre, the ASX Australian Liquidity Centre (ALC). Telstra will provide global financial services organisations with fast and reliable connectivity to other major financial centres.
Telstra’s startup accelerator program muru-D and SYD Ventures today announced that three of the startups participating in the inaugural program have secured an initial investment from SYD Ventures.
Telstra announced Monash University as the winner of its annual Machine to Machine Challenge for their development of On Track, a new app that allows customers to view up-to-date information about their train service, including its location and how much space is left in each carriage.