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Mining for old phones

Telstra News

Posted on December 9, 2010

3 min read

Getting back precious metals from old mobile phones. That’s just one of the benefits of putting an end to “mobile phone hoarding”. One tonne of mobile phone circuit boards can yield the same amount of precious metals as 110 tonnes of gold ore, 123 tonnes of silver bearing ore and 11 tonnes of copper sulphide ore. (more…)

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Social eye for the corporate guy

Technology - can we live without it? (I can’t!)

Social change or just more (e)mail?

Going Green on the Inside

Telstra News

Posted on November 19, 2010

4 min read

After spending 6 months last year in Telstra’s Industry Analyst Relations Team (in Corporate Strategy) I got taste for how experts view trends in the telecommunications and see under “Industry”. (more…)

A new view on communications

Social eye for the corporate guy

Welcome to Telstra Exchange

Sinking Myths Isn’t Easy

Telstra News

Posted on November 12, 2010

2 min read

Myths and misconceptions are one of the biggest challenges I personally think is a barrier to enhancing environmental performance across the globe. Shifting them can be like turning around a ship.

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Understanding broadband speeds on fixed networks

Unplug me and I cease to exist

Mobile World Congress 2010 - the news so far

When switching off is a good thing

Telstra News

Posted on July 5, 2010

3 min read

No I am not talking about lights or metaphorically when you’re in a meeting and the presenter is at slide No. 54……

I’m talking networks, products and services – not new ones, but old ones. (more…)

Lost and found

Social eye for the corporate guy

Technology - can we live without it? (I can’t!)

Clear Skies for Virtual Meetings

Telstra News

Posted on May 7, 2010

3 min read

Ever get annoyed at a late flight? What about if its 5 days? Would it test your patience? Yes. Well that’s happened in the past month- many travellers were stranded after the recent volcanic eruption in Iceland. (more…)

A new view on communications

Lost and found

Understanding broadband speeds on fixed networks