Separating fact from fiction in a cloud-based unified communications deployment
By combining SSDs and HDDs in the right mix, performance gains are possible while keeping costs under control
Microsoft has been using a deceptive tactic to dupe Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users into upgrading to Windows 10 for at least two months.
Android apps will run unaltered, but developers may also choose to optimize their wares to, for example, offer multiple window sizes.
While not a panacea, new technologies promise to enable the elderly to stay in their homes longer and more safely
Some users and industry analysts attending Google I/O this week said they didn't see evidence of a business focus at the developer conference.
To help your business reach the heights it deserves, it’s important to get your presentation technique spot on. Impressive stats and facts won’t sell themselves, so you need to invest the time in making them stand out.
Deliverables are the life's blood of project management so it only makes sense to do what you can to safeguard against the most common pitfalls.
In recent years, big data and artificial intelligence (AI) have received overwhelming attention, however the interesting – even obvious – connection between the two hasn’t often been explored. It is the combination of big data and AI working together that is now enabling business leaders to deliver new insights, efficiencies and even new functions that haven’t been possible before. This is evident in the increasingly useful role big data and AI are playing in a broad spectrum of traditionally outsourced functions such as recruitment, HR, finance and supply chain, through to security and IT.
ARN quizzed Perth-based IT service providers on the main issues impacting business in 2016.
For more years than I care to remember I've been making the annual trek to NetSuite's user conference. What am I expecting to see this year?
Internet security is in crisis. These four proposals offer tangible solutions -- including one scheme to change the Internet's workings from top to bottom
Security models are evolving, cloud is changing the game, the desktop and mobile worlds are converging, and new regulations are emerging
Let’s face it. Finding and hiring great talent gets tougher by the day and is a war cry we hear too often.
In today’s day and age we see a huge amount of excitement around finding the biggest and best presents for kids. Not only this, children are encouraged to surf the web and use mobile apps from a young age. We are seeing toddlers trading toy cars and stuffed animals for tablets and mobile devices. Children are so attracted to having games and electronic devices to play with, they unwittingly give over their personal details without a second thought. Children are now so au fait with technology that it’s not unusual for children under the age of 4 to play with their tablets, mobile devices and watching TV right before bed.
Big Data is a huge buzz word in the business world and why should it be any different in sport? Big Data is changing the rules of the game and is providing athletes with the winning edge.
It’s no secret that cloud adoption is growing, with the cloud quickly becoming the home for more and more data and analytics solutions.
A controversial new wireless technology is closer to widespread use, after Qualcomm and T-Mobile got an official green light from the FCC to test LTE-U in four U.S. locations late last week.
Latest Win10 update got you fuming? Here’s how to get your PC back on track
Business resilience is an organisation’s ability to quickly adapt to disruptions while maintaining continuous business operation, safeguarding people and assets and maintaining or even building brand equity.
Enterprises of all types and sizes have embraced Cloud computing to further business technology agendas. In the face of this, public Cloud services like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure have received the most attention. However, many input and output (I&O) professionals sought their own Cloud infrastructure through private Cloud services. . Read more