Users fume over extra time and effort added to their workloads because of the switch.
Mobility and Wireless
Embattled online electronics store operator, Digital Skies Group, is embroiled in unfair dismissal proceedings brought by a former director of the company.
ARN’s partners inside the industry lift the lid on the real world of the channel.
Called "Cloudbooks" by industry watchers, a leaked Microsoft document sets minimum specs for cloud-based laptops powered by Windows 10 Cloud.
- Impact Systems Technology brings NCS Technologies to A/NZ
- Queensland's GCITS wins big at Ingram Micro's global partner awards
- Airservices calls on providers for IT infrastructure overhaul
- Microsoft commits to twice yearly updates to Windows 10, Office 365
- Machine-to-machine 'voice' has a name, a chirp, and a niche
- Where will Amazon’s Aussie arrival leave local online tech retailers?
- Looking beyond IoT to Intelligent Things
- Inabox Group gets $3M savings boost from Hostworks synergies
- Riverbed buys Xirrus in SD-WAN push
- What 5G means for your business
- Riverbed absorbs WIFi vendor Xirrus, reaches for the edge of the network
- New FCC web portal opens for 5G experimenters
ARN kicks off Awards season with 2017 Judges' Lunch
Channel treated to a touch of tangerine as NEXTGEN hosts Summer Party 2017
What will be Alibaba’s next tech channel play in A/NZ?
ARN Connect - Transforming the data centre one block at a time
Top 10 IT industry predictions for Australia
Examining the changing job scene in the Aussie channel
IDC pegs Chromebook shipments at 1.6M for Q1, versus 1.2M Mac notebooks
The problematic Dell Foundation Services tool might have updated itself on systems bought before August
But companies might not save as much as expected by pushing hardware costs off to employees
Telsyte predicts a coming wave of touchscreen desktops will hit the local market
After two years of decline, tablets are now deemed as cost-effective for both entertainment and productivity purposes
Intel chips for low-end tablets could be axed as part of the company's restructuring
Company's top U.S. exec doesn't admit defects actually caused fires, however
Feds point to 'fire hazard;' Customers can decide to get refund or replacement
U.S. consumer product safety agency is working with Samsung over formal recall