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by Jovana Stevanovic | March 27, 2012

GCOMM on “Gold Coast Top Companies” list

Jovana Stevanovic
In the April issue of the Gold Coast Business News magazine, GCOMM was listed as a top privately owned telecommunications company . This is a special annual edition called “Gold Coast...
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by Jovana Stevanovic | March 25, 2012

In Focus: Peter Thompson

Jovana Stevanovic
Peter Thompson founded GCOMM in 1996. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Software Engineering/Information Systems from Griffith University and his MBA from Nyenrode Business Universiteit in Holland. Over the...
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by Adam Tessieri | March 17, 2012

What is a private IP network?

Adam Tessieri
Your business should be nobody else’s business. Networks are an integral part of contemporary businesses. Companies use networks to communicate, use and exchange software and information. In other words,...
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by Todd Brooker | March 16, 2012

Layer 2 vs. Layer 3 MPLS 4

Todd Brooker
What is MPLS? Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) is an IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) government-approved wide area networking standard created to: Help carriers and large corporations scale their...
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by Matthew Thompson | March 16, 2012

Private MPLS network and its business advantages 1

Matthew Thompson
Despite having been available for several years, it is only recently that the multiple benefits of MPLS (Multi Protocol Label Switching) networks have been recognised by SMBs and larger enterprises....
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by Peter Thompson | March 15, 2012

Data protection issues, trend toward online backup

Peter Thompson
Server backup is among the most burdensome and least attractive of tasks for businesses.  More often than not the IT staff who are hired to manage backups are of a junior...
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by Peter Thompson | March 15, 2012

How mobile computing impacts my daily work life

Peter Thompson
Last year at the Asigra Conference in Toronto I made a decision to purchase an iPhone and an iPad. I managed for my working career in IT to escape...
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by Peter Thompson | March 14, 2012

Managed cloud services benefits

Peter Thompson
“Managed cloud services“, “Cloud”, “Cloud as a service”, “Cloud computing” – all these words and phrases have become a hip brunch topic in contemporary business vernacular. It is known...
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by Steve Cannard | March 14, 2012

The importance of ROI for IT projects

Steve Cannard
In today’s tumultuous global economy, investing in new projects can be a major challenge for businesses, especially with regard to investing in IT. The reasons for concern are many:...
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by Adam Tessieri | March 13, 2012

TVS architects case study – managed IT infrastructure

Adam Tessieri
TVS Architects challenge: TVS network was not able to scale up effectively to meet the company’s rapidly expanding business data and document sharing needs, mainly due to the existing...
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