Posted: October 14, 2019||
The latest Datacentre Services and Infrastructure Market Monitor report from 451 Research indicates that over half of globally utilised racks (excluding server rooms/closets/micro-DCs/telco hubs) will be at off-premises facilities – including cloud and colocation sites – by 2024.Posted: October 14, 2019||
La Trobe University recently announced that it will be the first Australian university to offer a course specialising in the tech industry’s fastest growing sector – the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT experts are in high demand across a wide range of industries including mining, healthcare, logistics, manufacturing, agriculture, transport, utilities and local government.Posted: October 08, 2019||
And the September winner is...
The September winner of our "Get a Review Published and Win a $200 VISA Gift Card Competition" is Dallas from Gulmarrad, NSW.
Dalls reviewed the 4Cabling 6RU W600mm x D450mm Wall Mount Server Rack.
Posted: September 30, 2019||
According to ABI Research, smart-city development projects around the world are harnessing the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) to develop more intelligent, efficient, and sustainable solutions. However, digital security investments in smart cities are severely lagging thus seeding the future vulnerabilities of the IoT ecosystem.Posted: September 30, 2019||
AC numbers, Bands, Throughput – making sense of the jargon describing the capabilities of modern Wi-Fi routers feels like the 2019 version of reading ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. Even with store employees and website reviews, it’s still hard to feel confident that you’ve bought the right product, and buyers remorse comes in the form of inadequate Wi-Fi coverage or feeling like you overpaid for a system that does more than you need. This isn’t rocket science; it’s just advanced network technology, which should be way more comfortable. Right?
You shouldn’t need an Engineering degree to figure out how to get better Wi-Fi, so today we’ll explain the four most essential Wi-Fi specs: what they mean and what you should look for in your next router