The Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is moving to cut the voluminous paper records required to monitor the health and safety of its employees via the rollout of a statewide occupational health record information system.
By Tim Lohman | 19 May, 2011 12:49
When it comes to environmental sustainability, the information technology community has seriously mistaken its priorities. Our latest research has confirmed what we have been saying for four years. The IT industry is already energy-neutral in terms of its consumption and savings, but there is still no credible scenario for safely managing the global production and disposal of literally billions of personal computers, mobile phones and other electronic devices. Yet even today, improving the energy efficiency of IT equipment is still the overwhelming focus of the Green IT community.
By David Moschella | 19 May, 2011 05:06
In a big cloud computing win for Microsoft, the city and county of San Francisco announced Wednesday that it is moving workers from multiple email systems to Microsoft's cloud-based email.
By Sharon Gaudin | 19 May, 2011 06:10
Key players behind the Australian-New Zealand joint bid to host the $2.1 billion Square Kilometre Array radio telescope will launch a grid Cloud computing initiative by September with the aim of potentially harvesting the computing and storage power of desktops worldwide.
By James Hutchinson | 19 May, 2011 12:05
Hold on to your hat. The first of the social networking sites is about to launch its initial public offering, or IPO.
By Sharon Gaudin | 19 May, 2011 09:03
Eastern states gas and electricity supplier Australian Power & Gas has gone with a Cloud provider for disaster recovery as a service alleviating the need to built out its own infrastructure.
By Rodney Gedda | 19 May, 2011 12:00
Cable killer or not, Netflix takes a big bite out of bandwidth every night in America.
By Jared Newman | 19 May, 2011 01:55
Large numbers of web browsers run out of date plug-ins that render them vulnerable to security exploits, a new analysis by security management company Qualys has found.
By John E Dunn | 19 May, 2011 00:13
It there's one thing really irritating about leaving your iPhone out with friends, it's when they unlock to unleash all kinds of madness (usually on your Facebook) while your back's turned. You can always use a passcode, but maybe it's time to add an extra step to the "Slide to Unlock" screen, by adding facial recognition.
By Elizabeth Fish | 19 May, 2011 07:46
Mac users don't have to worry about malware, right? Well, for many years that's been true, although the reasons were always the topic of contentious debate between the Apple faithful and various security researchers, many of whom predicted Mac security breaches would rise as Apple's share of the PC market climbed northward.
By Jeff Bertolucci | 19 May, 2011 08:27
Google's putting a quick patch on an Android security flaw that could leak contacts and calendar data through open Wi-Fi networks.
By Jared Newman | 19 May, 2011 04:52
We've already seen mounting evidence that the numerous benefits of open source software are making a big impression on businesses far and wide, and this week saw the release of yet more data corroborating that fact.
By Katherine Noyes | 19 May, 2011 03:38
Microsoft will make at least four different versions of Windows 8 for devices with ARM processors, but you won't be running older Windows apps on any them, according to an Intel executive. Renee James, Intel's senior vice president and general manager of Software and Services Group, also reaffirmed that Windows running on ARM devices will be focused on tablets and other mobile devices, according to Bloomberg.
By Ian Paul | 19 May, 2011 01:53
Most organizations believe they aren't in danger of losing data, but as recent news demonstrates, the threat is real and no organization is immune.
By Sadik Al-Abdulla, senior manager, CDW Security Practice | 19 May, 2011 01:32
As image resolution increases and 3D video becomes a more common format, digital data storage requirements for the entertainment industry are predicted to grow quickly over the next five years.
By Lucas Mearian | 19 May, 2011 04:23
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- Researchers improve de-anonymization attacks for websites hiding on Tor
- Business as usual for enterprise migrations to Windows 10
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- Android for Work gains mobile-carrier support
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- Google rejects French request to expand right to be forgotten
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