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The Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, is meeting the nation's top business leaders on ways to improve cyber security.
Google has picked Austin, Texas, as the second location to test its self-driving vehicles, expanding the trials beyond Mountain View, California.
EMC is selling its Syncplicity file-sharing and collaboration business to private investment company Skyview Capital for an undisclosed sum.
Information management vendor, Veritas, has revealed the new strategy it will adopt following its separation from security vendor, Symantec.
Internet Plus will provide the backbone for administrations to create innovative way to develop smart cities, according to Chinese investment holding company, Tencent’s senior executive ...
- Symantec appoints Ian McAdam as managing director for Pacific region
- Cryptowall 3.0 attacking Australian businesses: Stay Smart Online
- Psoda launches not-for-profit charity initiative in Australia
- Schneider Electric and Cisco ink partnership for resilient control system networks
- Organisations need a more centralised data strategy: Commvault
- Bluechip Infotech acquires MPA Systems' Cyberoam business
- Oracle: How partners can make the most out of Cloud ERP services
- Expect a surge in new banking malware after software leak
- Cisco leading another IoT standards group
- Humans again to blame for latest accidents involving Google autonomous cars
- VMob readies itself for global domination with Ikea win
- Microsoft is just days away from wrapping up Windows 10
- Why compatibility isn't just a computer problem anymore
- iPhone 7 rumour rollup: Apple's just going to have all the money, production revs up
If there's one topic that is likely to make any CIO's or IT Manager's wallet hurt, it's information security.
What challenges does the usage of traditional, on-premise security tools create in the cloud?
"The company needs to clarify some of its plans."
What can you do to reduce the phishing threat?
Most open source companies can't thrive by selling maintenance and support subscriptions. But the cloud may be the key to revenue.
“Cloud IT infrastructure growth continues to outpace the growth of the overall IT infrastructure market."
Despite rumors that Microsoft is about to kill Windows Phone, some industry observers say that's unlikely for several reasons, especially the expected gains from the ...
Package ecosystem and graphics are strengths; security and memory management are weaknesses
As we approach the end-of-support deadline, it’s now or never for many New Zealand businesses.
One startup is bringing a Google Fiber-like broadband offering to Detroit. Here's why that might not be as crazy as it sounds.
"Technology moves so fast that today’s top-trending app could become irrelevant tomorrow."
From Photos to Mail and Safari there is plenty to like
Are your users getting the mobile support they need from your IT team or are they bringing their own apps?