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5G for Business

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Harness the full potential of 5G technology and understand the impact and opportunities it presents for your organisation. 

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17 Aug 2020

Prerequisites
None
Time commitment
1 week (approximately 10 hours) 100% online
A$ 550 incl GST

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Why study 5G for Business

The emergence of 5G technology has created a lot of hype within the global and Australian market. 5G networks present the opportunity to deliver faster speeds, better reliability, and improved capacity for businesses. Beyond faster connectivity, many organisations are trying to uncover the true reality of 5G technology and how they can tap into its full benefits and add value to their business.

What you'll learn
  • Understand information and concepts relating to 5G technologies and network capabilities 

  • Assess the strategic and business value of emerging technology use case enabled by 5G for an organisation 

  • Make recommendations for organisational preparedness to leverage 5G-enabled opportunities 

How it works

Our one-week course will equip you with an understanding of 5G technology and how you can harness the full potential of 5G within an Australian business context. 

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Course Structure

Module 1

An introduction to 5G

Explore 5G technology and network concepts 

Understand coexisting technologies to 5G 

Examine why 5G architecture matters

Comprehend 5G security challenges 

Module 2

The 5G value proposition

Explore use cases enabled by enhanced mobile broadband 

Consider potential business opportunities using 5G

Distinguish potential business opportunities including improved productivity, efficiency, and customer experience 

 

Module 3

5G organisational readiness

Explore ways an organisation can be prepared for the arrival of 5G 

Compare the promises of 5G against real expectations of the technology 

Identify projections for the Australian market 

Module 4

Final project

Submit an evaluation of technology use cases enabled by 5G, outlining its value to an organisation as well as recommendations for organisational readiness 

Learn with Industry Experts

Get ready to meet some of the biggest names in the business

Harris MonosExpert industry mentor

Our industry mentors are available to provide 1:1 feedback and guidance on your course work. Our mentors on this course include people like Harris Monos. Harris is an experienced innovation and digital transformation consultant at IBM, specialising in successfully launching and managing quick-start solutions. Demonstrable success in leading first-of-a-kind blockchain and IoT initiatives, he operates within the intersection of business and technology to help steer innovative solutions into real world applications. 

Steve Coochin (‘Developer Steve’) Subject matter expert

Our subject matter experts on this course include people like Steve Coochin. Steve has a strong background as a developer, with over 20 years industry experience working with companies, startups and not for-profits of all sizes. Steve has worked closely with developer communities as a Tech Evangelist and Advocate to develop and nurture the healthy developer and startup culture that continues to flourish. 

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Our learner success team are here to help you with 1:1 coaching, tips on how to successfully study online, and any questions or concerns you may have. 

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