What are you saying: 18 February 2011

Every week, Computerworld Australia collates all the things our readers have been saying about the news, both in the forums and in comments.

Here’s what you had to say on: NBN Co acquiring Austar’s wireless spectrum for $120 million

“I would like to praise NBN Co the smartest move they have made, well done NBN Co. Always believed in you, you are doing a great job.

By the way I also said on a post mid last year, I am going to buy Austar shares!!!

Little ripper!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” – said Raymond on NBN Co spends $120 million on Austar wireless spectrum

Here’s what you had to say on: Conroy denying Telstra’s LTE network will threaten the NBN

“What's he going to say?

"Yes I f@#ked up bad and so has the company I created and I'm paying billions to. We just didnt understand the wireless market and I suppose I'm a bit pig-headed sometimes, sorry. But you can still trust me with spending your money."

Yeah right.” – said Rational on Conroy denies wireless threat to NBN

Here’s what you had to say on: Aussie Outsource CRM budgets to soar in 2011

“This is great news for the CRM industry...” – said Lili on

Aussie outsourcing CRM budgets to soar in 2011: Ovum

Here’s what you had to say on: On a poll that found Vodafone was the second worst ISP for customer satisfaction

“Vodafone also has a current security issue with logging out of my vodafone site as well. Seems like they are very relaxed about security in general.” – said Barry on Poll finds Vodafone second worst ISP for customer satisfaction

Here’s what you had to say on: The findings of the Privacy Commissioner’s report

“Why a company like vodafone don't insist on two factory authentication is beyond me. This would have prevented the issue happening from the first place (or at least made it much harder).” – said Bogues on Mixed findings in Privacy Commissioner's Vodafone report

Here’s what you had to say on: Movie piracy costing the Australian economy $1.37 billion in 12 months

“Why bother going to movies when you can sit in your own home with no annoying idiots and watch foxtel HD movies on demand, I no longer go to movies for this reason,Do they take that into account?” – said Shane on Movie piracy costs Aus economy $1.37 billion in 12 months: AFACT

Here’s what you had to say on: Robert Schwarten’s announced retirement

“There is a God. Hopefully they will split DPW up and take ICT off them.” – said Mick Jones on Qld ICT minister Robert Schwarten retires


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