Chillit provides a consulting and implementation service to assist businesses in managing networks, web development and hosting services. We are very experienced in these areas and have assisted all types of organizations from start-ups to multi-nationals!
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Luke has been working in the IT industry since graduating in 1987 with his Bachelorâ€™s degree. He has worked extensively throughout Australia, UK and Switzerland . Luke has dealt with complex requirements for multinational corporations, government departments and has significant experience in small business challenges, both solving SBE issues and firsthand experience in running multiple small businesses, hence Luke is able to provide expert advice and guidance to your business ensuring appropriate solutions for your specific circumstances. Luke obtained an MBA in 2003.
Ray is our General Manager of Technology Services. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree, is a Certified Microsoft Technical Specialist and an internationally Certified Computer Examiner (CCE). Ray has an extensive background in Business and IT, specializing in Delivery Management, Development Management and Infrastructure Management. His 19 years of experience includes senior roles both locally and internationally as Group General Manager - IT for the RedBalloon Group, OSS Program Director for the Department of Education, Science and Technology, e-Learning Research Manager for Macquarie University, and Asia Pacific Marketing Manager - Vaio Online for Sony Corporation.
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Copper telephone lines to up to 2800 Ngunnawal properties will be disconnected on Friday as part of the NBN roll out in Canberra's north, despite union concerns about service delays.
Telstra, Optus and Vodafone may be forced to order the recall of potentially millions of mobile phone SIM cards after it was revealed that US and British spy agencies stole encryption keys that secured personal information, including calls and texts, on the chips.
Apple has issued fixes for a security flaw in its Macintosh computers that allows hackers to intercept data such as emails, patching a major glitch that came to light several days ago.
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Optus has admitted to not taking reasonable steps to secure the private information and personal security of about 300,000 customers in three separate incidents last year.
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Jony Ive, Apple's top designer, will give up day-to-day managerial duties in what the company says is a promotion to the newly created position of chief design officer.
Australians relying on Telstra's old 2G mobile network have less than 18 months to buy a new handset and SIM card if they want to stay with Telstra.
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Queensland Optus customers had a rude shock on Wednesday morning after their mobile phones clicked over to daylight saving time.