Fujitsu today announced it has officially opened its new purpose-built sustainable data centre in Sydney’s Homebush Bay.
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A lot of solid-state disk (SSD) drive reviews and features have been circulating around the Internet lately, and I've noticed that the speeds of those products are increasing remarkably, even as manufacturers use more multilevel cell (MLC) NAND flash memory in their products, which is innately slower than single-level cell (SLC) NAND.
Qantas, whose brand has come under some hammering of late, took to an online forum on Sunday to reach out to its customers and spruik the arrival of its first Airbus A380 aeroplane.
The personal details of around one million bank customers has been found on a computer bought on eBay for £35 (AUD$75).
Thousands of enterprises still running SAP R/3 have been given an extra year to decide whether to upgrade to the latest version of the ERP system.
An Australian-led multinational team of archival institutions has developed a global standard for recordkeeping software.
The federal government published this week submissions it had invited from industry players, public interest groups and concerned individuals on regulatory issues associated with the National Broadband Network process. The government received no less than 80 submissions from a broad range of participants including major telco providers, ISPs, disability access groups, telecommunications consumer and industry groups, telco experts, academics and individuals. Computerworld explored each submission and here we provide you with the key points outlined in each proposal. In most cases, the views are lifted verbatim from the submission.
Telstra (ASX:TLS) has been awarded a $72 million network services contract from Medibank Private.
Now that Microsoft has successfully lobbied to get its Office Open XML document format approved as an international standard by the ISO, it should put just as much effort into showing IT managers that it will offer value beyond attracting the interest of government customers.
The Victorian government has revamped its eServices Panel allowing contractors to retain ownership of intellectual property.
The departure of a number of high-level executives who worked on Windows Vista doesn't qualify as "brain drain," but is probably connected to the operating system's perceived failures, analysts said Tuesday.
Telstra has completed a rollout that will enable ADSL2+ broadband services to an additional 2.4 million businesses and homes across the country.
Popular scripting language PHP will get integrated XML reporting following the release 2.0 of open source business intelligence tool BIRT, according to PHP developer and support provider Zend Technologies.