Security Notice: Pulse Secure Vulnerability

We have recently completed an upgrade to our Pulse Secure Managed VPN appliance to address CVE-2019-11510. While we had previously performed upgrades that mitigated some of the vulnerabilities contained in this release, new information made available this week has confirmed that further work was required. The vulnerability has received a critical CVS score. It is likely that the vulnerability has been exploited to access the … Continue reading Security Notice: Pulse Secure Vulnerability

CloudPBX Mobile 1.2 Updates

The latest release of CloudPBX Mobile has been pushed to the Google Play store and Apple App Store. This release addresses a number of bugs relating to Bluetooth interaction, Push Notifications and a number of Bluetooth related features. It also paves the way for future improvements with relation to video calling. You can find it on the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. … Continue reading CloudPBX Mobile 1.2 Updates

Dell SCOS 7.3 innovates again

We’ve long been a fan of the Dell SC series storage arrays. But with the 7.3 series firmware, Dell has blown our expectations out of the water. With a new UI and massive performance improvements – there isn’t much not to love! New SCOS 7.3 features include: Major IOPS performance boost Now up to 2.2M max IOPS per array, over 20M in federated multi-array environments … Continue reading Dell SCOS 7.3 innovates again

Can you get nbn? Qualifications are now easier!

In early July, we released our nbn REST API for service qualifications and management. Since then we’ve processed hundreds of qualifications and used it to solve several complex problems relating to service availability for nbn. But now we’ve made it even easier for our residential, business and wholesale customers to access the power of this system. We’ve brought our nbn Qualification Endpoint to the Real … Continue reading Can you get nbn? Qualifications are now easier!

Gutenberg for WordPress is coming…

A few years ago we made the jump from Drupal to WordPress as the primary Content Management System (CMS) we deploy for our customers. While Drupal is still our ideal choice for complex data based websites, WordPress brings a level of simplicity and power to the web publishing experience. While WordPress makes building websites easy, handling complex layouts has always been a challenge without additional … Continue reading Gutenberg for WordPress is coming…

Surface Go: Now Available for Pre-Order

Today, Microsoft released the Surface Go, a 10″ version of it’s popular Surface laptop. Starting at $599, the Surface Go is available for pre-order now. The screen is a PixelSense 10 Point Multitouch display with a 1800×1200 resolution. It includes an Intel Pentium Gold processor (4415Y) and 4GB RAM. The Surface Go has a 64GB internal storage, but with options for 128 and 256GB options … Continue reading Surface Go: Now Available for Pre-Order

Wholesale NBN API Released

As part of our commitment to deliver a better experience for our wholesale customers, we’re pleased to announce the initial release of our Wholesale NBN API. Currently the REST based API allows our Wholesale RSPs to perform detailed service qualifications, including detail such as the NTD and expected attainable line speed. We’re rapidly adding support for new features, which will shortly include ordering, service lifecycle … Continue reading Wholesale NBN API Released

Supercharge your OpenStack Replay Fu (when you use SC Storage)

You’ve just discovered that your user broke something. No worries. You’ll just roll back to an earlier storage snapshot. You log into Horizon, browse to the instance and get the instance id. You then work out the UUID’s of the attached volume, jump into the SC Storage Manager, look through your list of hundreds of volumes, carefully compare the UUIDs, search for the date of … Continue reading Supercharge your OpenStack Replay Fu (when you use SC Storage)