Servicing roadside assistance leader

Comvergence drives roadside assistance leader into cloud Comvergence has completed a major site relocation for wholesale roadside assistance market leader, Australian Motoring Services (AMS). AMS, wholly-owned by the Automobile Clubs of…

NextDC move

Comvergence moves into NEXTDC flagship data centre Comvergence is settling in to its new berth in NEXTDC’s flagship M1 Data Centre in Port Melbourne, with the move set to give our clients a cutting edge in the next generation of secure…

Transition to VoIP

Video conferencing experts transition to new converged VoIP & data system Comvergence has recently delivered a unified communications system to video conferencing equipment distributor Transition Systems Australia. Regular outages of the…

Retailer data solution

National retailer partners with COMVERGENCE for data solution Comvergence has partnered with Australian retail network House to develop a communications networks solution for its central point-of-sale system in order to streamline the data…

7th August 2011

Don’t let spam waste another minute of your day with those unsolicited emails. Comvergence have implemented a leading messaging security appliance that can be used to manage and filter unwanted email 24 hours a day. Is spam clogging…

4 April 2011

Use the Comvergence VoIP service on your iPhone or Android compatible mobile handset. Comvergence have developed their own business Softphone which can be downloaded on the iPhone or compatible Android handset. Download the Application…

15th February 2011

ABBA  takes a high speed 10Mbps connection at Federation Square in 2010 and at the Power House Museum in 2011. Who would of thought that a hit band of the 1970’s would adopt the latest streaming technology and require a high speed dedicated…

15 January 2011

VoIP will take center stage in 2011.  According to AMI over 30 percent of small businesses (up to 100 employees) and 50 percent of medium businesses (100-999 employees) claim VoIP will become critical to their business.  "Moving into 2011,…