In 2015, the Australian government passed a law that requires telecommunications and internet providers to store customer metadata for at least two years under the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979³. The law was introduced as a measure to combat serious crimes and national security threats by giving law enforcement and intelligence agencies access to metadata without a warrant.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) is a wholesale-only network that provides high-speed internet access to Australian homes and businesses. The NBN offers a range of products and services to Retail Service Providers (RSPs), who then sell them to end customers. If you are interested in becoming an RSP on the NBN, you need to follow a number of steps.
In this blog post, I will discuss the benefits of automating switching networks in the context of network management and optimization. Switching networks are networks that use switches to connect different devices and nodes, such as routers, servers, computers, and phones. Switches are devices that can forward data packets based on their destination address or other criteria.
A network security audit is a systematic evaluation of the security posture of your network. It involves identifying and assessing the risks, vulnerabilities, and threats that could compromise the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your network resources and data.
If you are running a business that relies on network connectivity, you might be tempted to choose a single network hardware vendor for all your needs. After all, it seems easier to deal with one vendor than multiple ones, right? Well, not necessarily. In this blog post, we will explain why you shouldn't be locked into a single network hardware vendor and what benefits you can gain from diversifying your network hardware portfolio.