Industry representatives have applauded new ICT promises from both parties in the lead-up to the federal election, but claim technology innovation is still missing from the agenda.
Despite an ongoing highly public war against software piracy, Microsoft has refused to comment on the potential extent of reseller involvement.
More than half of Internet name servers today allow requests that leave networks vulnerable to cache poisoning and distributed denial of service attacks -- a fact that has not improved over the past year.
The news last week that Dell signed an agreement to acquire Everdream, a SaaS (Software as a Service) vendor for remote management of desktops, was further evidence of a once phenomenally successful high-tech company trying to change its product offerings to satisfy the new and more complex requirements of its enterprise customers and to return to its former glory.
Fresh off its annual OpenWorld conference, Oracle earned top rankings in a corporate software usage study released this week by ChangeWave, an investment research firm.
Open source mobile broadband is doomed unless carriers, software developers and device manufacturers are willing to completely rethink how they secure mobile data, Mocana CEO Adrian Turner says.
HMRC's loss of 28 million records is evidence that the government can not be trusted with biometric information, and the UK national ID scheme is untenable, according to FBI fraud expert and world renowned ex-con artist Frank Abagnale.
Plaxo, the first company to launch applications built using Google's OpenSocial APIs, has seen a surge in traffic in the three weeks since the APIs were released.
The flaw in Windows 2000's random number generator uncovered by Israeli researchers is a vulnerability -- but not a security vulnerability, Microsoft said late last week as it left users wondering if newer versions of the operating system shared the same problem.
Analysts said that SAP's move to part with key executives at its TomorrowNow subsidiary is likely an attempt to repair a public image that has been tarnished by allegations that TomorrowNow employees illegally downloaded confidential data from Oracle's Web site.
Mozilla has released a beta version of Firefox 3.0, moving its next-generation browser one step closer to general release.
Just days after Microsoft delivered a release candidate preview for Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1), it has quietly issued a similar milestone for Windows XP SP3 to about 15,000 testers, the company said Tuesday.
The arrival of Web 2.0 has IT executives debating whether they should block staff access to social networking sites or try to find innovative ways to exploit the technology.
Mozilla late Monday released the first beta of Firefox 3.0, but continued to warn most users to stick with production Version 2.0.
ASUS today announced that it has chosen Myer as the Australian retailer for its portable Eee PC.
Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) port shipments in the third quarter made up over 20 percent of worldwide Ethernet switch port shipments, according to Dell'Oro Group.
A study has discovered that while retailers are physically securing their businesses to prevent theft, they are not taking the same precautions with their wireless security.
Monster.com took a portion of its Web site offline Monday as researchers reported that it had been compromised by an IFrame attack and was being used to infect visitors with a multi-exploit attack kit.
Microsoft has tapped a former Sun Microsystems and IBM executive to lead its North American sales and marketing.
Enterprise IT shops looking for more options in computer operating systems now have another choice to evaluate -- Apple's Mac OS X Leopard client software and Mac OS X Leopard Server have both been officially certified as meeting the latest Unix 03 standards.
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