Findings from ACS’ 2017 Digital Pulse report shows ICT services exports are up 12 per cent to $2.8 billion in Australia.
Eugene Kaspersky warns that SCADA systems are woefully unprepared for attacks to come.
Pauline Tng joins to lead partner push in APAC.
Harvey Norman and Apple continue to top the NSW Fair Trading monthly consumer complaints register.
At least four Australian businesses have reached legal settlements worth a combined total of $65,500 for using unlicensed software.
In founding one of Australia's MSPs in Brennan IT, Dave Stevens explains the process of progression.
WinMagic has chosen inTechnology Distribution to sell its offering into the local market.
Melbourne-based systems integrator, Olikka, has added some of Australia's largest companies to its customer base.
Melbourne IT takes a step closer to boosting its managed marketing solutions offering for small businesses.
With innovation high on the Australian agenda, entrepreneurs are entering a new era in technology.
Retired Gen. Michael Hayden held nothing back when addressing cybersecurity pros at the ZertoCon conference in Boston.
As the global software vendor continues to sprint towards the cloud it is having to shift its culture, can it succeed?
Amazon Web Services has long offered an SDK to make it easier to access its web services from Java. Now it has another lure for Java programmers: James Gosling, the father of Java.
The Rust-like open source language tackles application development where asynchrony leads to “heisenbugs” and other event complexities
As more companies move to ban the use of public Wi-Fi networks by employees, here's a rundown of how to avoid man-in-the-middle attacks when traveling.
Check out our references to the days of print journalism, Fender bass guitars and more in this edition of the Pi roundup.
SMEs have taken the vast majority of procurement contracts being offered on the Federal Government’s Digital Marketplace.
ANZ has slashed its hardware bill by 25 per cent thanks to the use of public and private cloud services.
An influx of disruptive technologies and factors will force dramatic changes in the data centre, impacting how the channel goes to market.
TechnologyOne’s profit for the six months ending March was impacted by millions of dollars thanks to its troubled Brisbane City Council project.
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