Nearly one-fifth of all notebook PCs will break down over their lifetime, needing a new hardware component to fix the failure, a study reveals.
In a stark downstream shift, Network Appliance on Monday announced a multiprotocol array that's aimed at businesses with fewer than 1,000 employees and starts at US$5,000 for 1TB of capacity.
Microsoft on Monday laid out its strategy for unified communications, spelling out its plans to integrate e-mail, instant messaging, voice and video into a single platform that stretches across corporate applications and services.
Microsoft has found a new home for WinFS, a file system that the company originally planned to include in Windows Vista.
Two former dueling grid groups Monday made good on their February promise to merge with the mission of speeding the adoption of grid technology worldwide.
Microsoft is warning users of malicious software that could be used to attack Windows systems that lack the company's latest security updates.
Boutique NSW-based software developer, KnowIT Pty Ltd, has gone into liquidation after being hit with a wind-up application.
Salesforce.com has unveiled a version of its on-demand customer relationship management (CRM) software targeting companies looking to better manage their direct and indirect sales organizations.
As it seeks to fend off competitive threats from Advanced Micro Devices, chip maker Intel Monday released its dual-core Xeon processor, code-named 'Woodcrest,' the first based on its new Core microarchitecture.
IBM is revamping its Sametime enterprise IM system so it can venture better armed into Microsoft enemy territory, IBM plans to announce.
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates may never see a more generous donation to the foundation run by he and his wife: a US$30.7 billion pledge from the world's second richest man, famed investor Warren Buffett.
Southern Cross Computer Systems (SCCS) has implemented a Network Box Unified Threat Management (UTM) device for Melbourne-based City of Boroondara council to replace a number of legacy security systems.
Internet Security Systems Australasia (ISS) has appointed Shelly Houghton as northern region manager to support customers in Queensland, Northern Territory and the Pacific Islands.
More than three million Australians are now connected to a broadband service, according to the latest Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's (ACCC) Snapshot of Broadband Deployment Report.
EMC will open a software development center in Shanghai and invest US$500 million in China over the next five years, the company announced Friday.
Advanced Micro Devices will open a US$3.2 billion chip fabrication plant in New York State to produce 300-millimeter wafer chips, said the company Friday in a joint announcement with New York state officials.
A security analyst has released a tool that lets users remove Windows Genuine Advantage Notification, part of Microsoft's controversial campaign against software counterfeiting.
University researchers in the U.K. will study how to make future microprocessors faster by replacing some of their internal connections with radio links.
Symantec this week laid off staff and said it is shaking up its network and gateway security business, ending the company's experiment with security hardware appliances.
Australian IT managers are already sold on wireless mobility but complain that infrastructure is still in its infancy and hampering broad adoption across regional areas.
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