After recent settlements by Hewlett-Packard and EMC in a long-standing government contracting fraud case, three major IT and consulting companies are still embroiled in lawsuits brought by two former insiders.
By Grant Gross | 04 September, 2010 01:06
Hewlett-Packard swooped in with the better bid to overtake Dell and win 3Par, so now we can all sit back and wait for the next acquisition battle to roll around. Meanwhile, Apple debuted updated iPods and Apple TV to entertain us, among other IT news stories of the week.
By Nancy Weil | 04 September, 2010 04:55
After just over nine years at the helm of Mitel Networks Inc., Don Smith is leaving as chief executive officer of the unified communications applications developer to sit on the board directors.
By Howard Solomon | 04 September, 2010 07:26
Google's recent social media asset buy-up lacks a well-defined strategy, according to Ovum analysts Eden Zoller and Neha Dharia.
By Lisa Banks | 06 September, 2010 13:51
The three independents on whom the future government of Australia rests are increasingly giving off signs that they view Labor's National Broadband Network (NBN) policy with enthusiasm.
By Renai LeMay | 06 September, 2010 11:52
Private Melbourne tram company, Yarra Trams, will implement real-time supply monitoring and control systems over the next year as it seeks to replace obsolete systems throughout the network.
By James Hutchinson | 06 September, 2010 11:37
The Department of Early Education and Child Development (DEECD) will standardise on Cisco wired and wireless networking in up to 1000 Victorian schools as part of a $120 million State Government ICT investment.
By Chloe Herrick | 06 September, 2010 11:29
Brisbane-based Indigo Telecom Australia has launched a mobile satellite data service with a local point-of-presence (POP) connecting to a global IP network.
By Rodney Gedda | 06 September, 2010 11:33
The Australian Crime Commission (ACC) will spend an estimated $2.2 million over three years to overhaul its unified communications and upgrade videoconferencing systems across the country.
By James Hutchinson | 06 September, 2010 11:23
A look at the hot IT jobs and certifications around Australia this week
By Computerworld Staff | 06 September, 2010 11:20
Of the 135 people Fortune 500 employees targeted by social engineering hackers in a recent contest only five of them refused to give up any corporate information whatsoever. And guess what? All five were women.
By Robert McMillan | 06 September, 2010 05:34
The market for enterprise disk storage systems grew strongly in the second quarter, continuing to recover from a slump brought on by the economic slowdown of 2008 and 2009, research company IDC said on Friday.
By Stephen Lawson | 03 September, 2010 14:07
A critical bug in QuickTime was reported to Apple two months before a second researcher independently revealed the vulnerability this week, the director of a bug bounty program said today.
By Gregg Keizer | 04 September, 2010 01:29
Germany will soon launch a service to help consumers remove malicious software from their computers in an attempt to stem the spread of spam-sending botnets.
By Jeremy Kirk | 04 September, 2010 00:56
The folks at Sera-Apps, a German group of Android developers, have not only managed to get their hands on a prototype of the Samsung Galaxy Tab a month before the device goes on sale, but they managed to root the device at IFA, the world's largest consumer electronics show being held in Germany.
By Alessondra Springmann | 04 September, 2010 03:51
UXC Connect’s Jesmond Psaila says that DevOps can do for IT operations what Agile did for software development. This paper demonstrates how, by combining both approaches, you can significantly improve operational efficiency and time-to-market. • Marketing and development teams want to constantly change or increase functionality, while IT operations teams want to keep the environment as stable as possible • Agile software development and virtualisation have not solved the time-to-value problem faced by marketing and IT operations teams • Recent movements in DevOps aim to address and redefine a more agile service management platform, while new tools have vastly improved functionality to configure and automate common processes
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