Holiday hours of operation

With the holiday season rapidly approaching, we would like to remind clients of our holiday hours of operation. blueAPACHE will continue providing proactive and reactive support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week throughout the holidays, as per your current support...

Case Study – Call Design

Celebrating a decade long relationship in 2018, blueAPACHE and Call Design share a lot of history. The partnership began in 2008 thanks to the similar ethos shared by the two companies. According to Call Design Director and CIO, Peter Salmon, the similar growth...

NBN Co hits pause on HFC rollout

NBN Co has announced that it will pause all hybrid fibre co-axial (HFC) activations for the next six to nine months while it addresses a number of service issues. During this period, NBN Co will implement new initiatives designed to improve the quality of service for...

KWB Group recognises strategic partnership with blueAPACHE

KWB Group, one of blueAPACHE’s long standing Queensland customers, recently celebrated their five year anniversary and the official opening of their new head office and manufacturing facility in Lytton. The new office was officially opened by Ross Vaster - Federal MP...

How the most progressive boards manage cyber risk

How do the most progressive boards tackle cyber risk? Mark McLaughlin, Palo Alto Networks Chairman and CEO, shared key questions and insight into the conversations board members should be having with their CIOs. “I see that a lot of boards will talk to their CIOs and...

A spooky, scary, sinister Halloween at blueAPACHE

The ghosts, ghouls and witches of blueAPACHE were out in force to celebrate Halloween in our global head office in Melbourne. The Client Services Group turned up at work on Tuesday to find that the office landscape had changed overnight taking on an eerie vibe. “This...

2017/18 Network embargo dates

With the end of the calendar year nearing, details of the annual embargo on new network services from the telecommunications carriage providers have been released. The industry embargo is a period when no new network services that include the provision of copper,...

Microsoft Office 365 prices set to go up in Australia

Microsoft Australia has recently announced that it is set to raise prices for its Home and Personal Office 365 subscriptions. The change will be effective from 12 October 2017. Subscriptions for Office 365 Personal edition will go up from AU$89 to AU$99 per year and...

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