The NSW Department of Education and Communities (DEC) has penned a deal with Fuji Xerox Australia (FXA) for the supply of managed print services across its 60,000 print, copy and fax devices.
By Chloe Herrick | 23 August, 2011 15:49
Imagine what would happen if all the Google engineers turned rogue and held the world’s Gmail accounts to ransom. Or if aliens attacked earth and wiped California off the map.
By Georgina Swan | 22 August, 2011 16:41
In 2006, Epec Engineered Technologies found itself in a situation familiar to many in corporate IT. With a series of business acquisitions behind it, the New Bedford, Mass.-based manufacturer of printed circuit boards, battery packs and other electronic components needed to replace multiple ERP systems with a single platform capable of supporting the entire organization.
By Rich Freeman | 23 August, 2011 15:23
Enterprises across Australia and New Zealand have suffered significant financial and productivity losses as a result of almost half of their new ICT hires being not up to the job, according to a survey by recruitment firm Hudson.
By Chloe Herrick | 23 August, 2011 14:59
Two unlikely industries — education and the arts -- have taken up two of the three spots in the Cloud computing category at the finals of the innovation awards at Tech23.
By Lisa Banks | 23 August, 2011 14:19
Fujitsu has released a new tablet and mobile security browser aimed at scrubbing the oft-lost devices of valuable data.
By Liam Tung | 19 August, 2011 09:06
Recent efforts by Microsoft and law enforcement to take down the biggest spamming botnets may have helped fight pharmaceutical companies but they have had little effect on overall spam levels.
By Liam Tung | 19 August, 2011 08:38
Hack week in Vegas
During the Black Hat and Defcon conferences in Las Vegas last week, researchers wheeled out their best new attacks on everything from browsers to automobiles, demonstrating ingenuity and diligence in circumventing security efforts or in some cases in exploiting systems that were built without security in mind. Here's a handful of the ones that deserve the most concern.
By Tim Greene | 18 August, 2011 23:45
The New South Wales deputy state premier has announced government sponsorship of a local not-for-profit collaborative workspace, placing a strong emphasis on the technology and innovation sector as a whole.
By Lisa Banks | 23 August, 2011 13:00
The acquisition of Canon’s print services group has helped IT services company CSG (ASX: CSV) record solid increases in revenue and profit for the year to 30 June 2011.
By Tim Lohman | 23 August, 2011 11:41
The Federal Department of Health has confirmed it is in negotiations for the third tranche of funding to be allocated to the National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA) for the $466.7 million Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) project.
By Chloe Herrick | 23 August, 2011 11:24
HP's ill-fated TouchPad may be a hot commodity now that it's being offered at fire-sale prices, but those lucky enough to get their hands on one could soon find themselves with more choices than they ever imagined.
By Katherine Noyes | 23 August, 2011 11:10
Taking advantage of Hewlett-Packard's departure from the tablet and smartphone market, Microsoft has offered webOS developers free phones, tools and training to create apps for its Windows Phone 7 platform.
By Gregg Keizer | 23 August, 2011 11:02
Oracle said that no court has ever found that APIs for software like Java are ineligible for copyright protection, in its objection to Google's request that the court make a summary judgment on Oracle's copyright allegations.
By Nancy Gohring | 23 August, 2011 10:55
The lucky people who managed to buy a $US99 TouchPad before they sold out just got luckier: A group of developers is working on a way to load Android onto the tablets.
By Nancy Gohring | 23 August, 2011 10:44
Flash storage represents a quantum leap from the storage layer in terms of performance, however it is crucial companies understand their I/O profile in order to formulate a successful storage strategy. Find out in this eBook how flash storage can be beneficial for enterprises and useful questions to ask before making an informed decision on the purchase.
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Internal and external disruptions can impede business continuity and result in negative repercussions for enterprise productivity and data resources. This whitepaper looks at how improved mobility access can shield companies from unprecedented risks, resulting in greater cost savings and enhanced workforce continuity. It also highlights the benefits of having a mobile workspace technology which enables the workforce to have access to apps, desktops and files in difficult situations. Included are four case studies where organisations are able to demonstrate a high level of business continuity with sound disaster recovery strategies in place.
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- Hackers of two Ukrainian utilities probably hit mining and railroad targets, too
- Qualcomm hopes a gradual approach to server market will pay dividends
- VMware’s new management tools are hybrid, hybrid, hybrid
- US Senate passes permanent ban on Internet access taxes
- Navy tests first ‘reversible’ clean energy fuel cell storage system
- Qualcomm's new LTE modem hits a gigabit and touches the future of mobile
- It's official: Older versions of IE are now at risk
- Google execs defend tax deal to UK legislators
- Project Kratos: AWS Lambda functionality, without Amazon lock-in
- Microsoft expands Windows 10 release notes, but experts want more, much more
- Now your phone can scan documents directly to the cloud with Box Capture
- What's next for IBM’s enterprise social business
- Schneier: terrorists will switch to more secure alternatives to avoid encryption backdoors
- Indegy finds out when industrial controls go bad (think Stuxnet)