Live streaming just got an upgrade: Mirrativ
Apple signs up to build smart clothing for US soldiers, ships and planes
Only limited quantities of the Vive virtual reality headset will go on sale this year, but the company promises more will be available in the first quarter
Nutanix recently held its customer and channel event, .NEXT, in Sydney. The event, held at the Sheraton on the Park saw attendance from more than 150 channel and technology partners and customers. It was the first in a series of events Nutanix is holding in A/NZ in August and September, the objective of which is to brief partners and customers on “what’s next” in the design and management of datacentre technology.
It may take some time for Apple to see any damages from its patent infringement dispute against Samsung Electronics.
DARPA says the Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System or ALIAS program, which was announced in 2014 envisions a tailorable, drop-in, removable software kit that allows the addition of high levels of automation into existing aircraft. “Specifically, ALIAS intends to control sufficient features to enable management of all flight activities, including failure of aircraft systems, and permit an operator to act as a monitor with the ability to intervene, allowing the operator to focus on higher level mission objectives,” DARPA stated.
Enterprise computing company, Nutanix, has introduced to market a new purchasing program that aims to help service providers build differentiated and profitable services on Nutanix’s invisible infrastructure.
Microsoft won't have all the pieces in place for its Windows Update for Business (WUB) until sometime next year.
Software alliance, BSA, has stepped in and settled a case with an unnamed Victorian IT company for the use of unlicensed software programs owned by BSA members, Adobe and Microsoft, in breach of copyright law.
ARN hosted a distributor roundtable at Cafe Del Mar in Sydney, at which attendees and their partners discussed the changing role of the traditional IT distributor. They spoke about the challenges of digital disruption, the blurring lines of the channel in the age of digital transformation, and examined the ever-evolving business models. This roundtable was sponsored by Distribution Central, Exclusive Networks, Rhipe, and Hemisphere Technologies. Photos by ARN Editorial Director, Mike Gee.
The final leg of Dicker Data TECHx, the distributor's first ever partner roadshow, was held in Sydney at Luna Park. Partners mingled over drinks and canapes, enjoyed DD's CloudPortal launch, and 1-on-1 sessions with platinum sponsors HP, Cisco, Microsoft, Lenovo and Toshiba. ARN was official media partner, and Editor Allan Swann was MC for the event. Photos by Allan Swann
Technology acquisitions: It's where incredulity meets fat checkbooks.
Microsoft’s free Windows 10 upgrade offer is having the desired effect, as uptake outpaces earlier versions.
Facebook has appointed Stephen Scheeler to the role of A/NZ managing director. The role is a promotion for Scheeler, who previously held the position of head of retail and automotive at the company.
3D printing technology has progressed rapidly in recent years.
“Wireless charging will ultimately be about more than the power and speed of charge."
These are 15 of the highest valued enterprise software companies that have received venture funding but have not yet been sold or gone public.
My full review of the new OS -- in short, it's a winner.