"Explosion resistant" isn't a label most of us expect to see on a wireless LAN access point, but Aruba Networks' new rugged access points are aimed at industrial and outdoor applications where conditions are harsh, hazardous and even explosive.
NEC has thrown its hat into the femtocell ring, with an indoor base station, and has proposed a femto technology standard to the Femto Forum.
Time Warner plans to split up the Internet access and audience businesses of its AOL segment to run them each independently, Time Warner CEO and President Jeff Bewkes revealed Wednesday.
IBM announced the first results of its recently closed acquisition of business intelligence vendor Cognos, unveiling an array of product offerings and services that tie into its information-on-demand strategy.
UXC (ASX: UXC) subsidiary, Integ, has appointed two recruits to its management team to focus on building up emerging growth areas.
A former Xerox customer service agent on Tuesday pleaded guilty to mail fraud for stealing and selling cartridges stolen from his former employer online.
Even after being on the market for less than half a year, more iPhones sold in the fourth quarter than Windows Mobile phones in the US, according to research from Canalys.
When it comes to security, human threats score much higher than those posed by technology. So says a new survey by consulting firm Deloitte of more than 100 technology, media and telecommunications companies worldwide.
Microsoft's decision to discontinue OEM and packaged sales of Windows XP at the end of June - leaving businesses and consumers with the less-than-celebrated Vista as their only choice of Windows operating system - has drawn considerable criticism and led to an outpouring of support for the continuation of XP sales.
Better partner enablement is top of the to-do list for BMC Software's first Asia-Pacific channel director, Paul Arthur.
ASX-listed services company, UXC (ASX: UXC), has acquired Getronics Australia for an undisclosed sum. The acquisition is UXC's largest to date and one of many planned this year.
Commander's decision to withdraw from the IT hardware reseller business and shed 600 staff has raised alarm bells at some of its key vendor partners.
The former CIO for the state government of South Australia, Grantly Mailes, has added himself to the long list of IT customers defecting to vendorland by joining the ranks of IBM's global services division in Melbourne while Andrew Mills has been appointed as his replacement.
The skills shortage continues to cause havoc across the IT industry, with spiralling salaries a major concern. In an attempt to tackle this ongoing problem, several integrators are trialling innovative ways of training and retaining personnel.
ASX-listed Legend Corporation (ASX: LGD) is cutting production of its heritage memory and computer component lines due to flagging revenue.
A wave of bugs in the plug-in technology used by Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) browser has some security experts, including those at US-CERT, recommending that users disable all ActiveX controls.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said Monday future growth for the company hinges on continued investment that matches the company's multi-billion dollar revenue and operating income, and that the company will be very active in pumping money into eight core areas.
While Google has reportedly shown an interest in collaborating with Yahoo to ward off a potential takeover bid from Microsoft, and other companies have contacted Yahoo, it's unlikely that any of them could beat Microsoft's offer, analysts said Monday.
There is strength in numbers, according to the leaders of three HP user groups, who this week announced they will seek approval to join forces and pool resources to better serve more than 50,000 members worldwide.
HP ProCurve this week unveiled the successor to its 2600 line of edge switches.
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