Organizers of the 2012 Olympic Games in London announced Wednesday that Nortel Networks will supply network infrastructure for the events.
Microsoft's Sam Ramji is like a turkey knocking on Thanksgiving's door. Ramji has the unenviable task of stretching his neck out into the open source world as Microsoft's representative. And on top of it, his employer has preheated the oven with years of hubris, sleights of hand and broken promises.
A rash of complaints prompted the FBI to issue a warning of a new round of spam e-mails bombarding the Internet to spread the malicious Storm Worm.
Hackers are now actively exploiting a critical flaw in the Domain Name System, but they're not using any of the already known exploits, said a researcher who crafted the first attack code to go public.
Led by strong sales in its storage and server management group, Symantec on Wednesday reported a 16 percent jump in revenue for its first quarter of fiscal 2009.
Administrator, Moore Stephens, is inviting expressions of interest in troubled local PC manufacturer, Optima, and its retail arm, Digital City.
HD Moore has been owned.
Performance comparisons of Via Technologies' Nano processor and Intel's Atom chip conducted by several hardware-enthusiast sites this week confirmed what many industry observers have long suspected: the Taiwanese processor company has produced a chip that outperforms Intel's offering for low-cost computers.
Australian companies will adopt RFID technology for supply chain and asset management if big-name corporations lead a top down revolution, according to industry observers.
MGM Wireless Limited [ASX: MWR] intends to partner with US-based student tracking specialists Plasco to distribute MGMs flagship products in the USA.
FreshTel Holdings Limited [ASX: FRE] and telecommunications provider Star-Tech Communications have partnered in a plan to bring VoIP services to several Australian universities.
World Youth Day (WYD) looks set to have offered more than just salvation for pilgrims and inner-city chaos for the rest of Sydney, with some of the massive IT infrastructure behind the event earmarked for redistribution among Australian Catholic schools.
The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) has introduced a new membership category for individual members.
NEC has announced a new range of unified communication products specifically aimed at the SMB and enterprise sectors.
With the Internet increasingly taking on the role of the PC operating system and the growing prevalence of virtualization technologies, there will be a day when the Microsoft Windows client OS as it's been developed for the past 20-odd years becomes obsolete.
Juniper Networks has hired Mark Prior as its director for the Asia-Pacific research and education networking business.
India is developing a laptop to be sold at US$10, that will target higher education applications, a minister of the federal government said Tuesday in Delhi.
IBM and Websense are separately issuing their semiannual security trend reports this week, and the picture isn't pretty for Web sites, open source software and social networking programs.
To better control energy consumption in its data centers, Microsoft has deployed 2,000 internally built temperature and humidity sensors in several of its facilities.
Patches released earlier this month to quash a critical bug in the Domain Name System (DNS) have slowed servers running BIND, the Internet's most popular DNS software, and crippled some systems versions of Windows Server.
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