PayPal is backing Android as a mobile platform with the announcement that its latest developer challenge centres on Android mobile apps.
Stories by Lisa Banks
The need to move from a siloed environment to a unified administrative system drove Michael Plenty, ICT manager at Marist College in Canberra, to deploy SharePoint in a matter of months.
Exploiting vulnerable operating systems and the popularity of mobile apps will be where cyber criminals thrive in 2011, Australia’s Computer Emergency Response Team (AusCERT) has warned.
Despite the concerted efforts of government and industry bodies to lift customer services standards in the telecommunications sector, the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) has registered a sizeable increase in received complaints in the six months to December 2010.
IT managers implementing collaborative software such as SharePoint have been warned that simply installing applications out of the box will put strain on relationships throughout the business.
HP and VMware have joined forces to develop security software aimed exclusively at protecting virtualised and cloud environments.
Banks have been warned to learn from the National Australia Bank’s (NAB) bold move into social media, embracing related tools to engage with customers.
The next stage in data centre development is to understand its associated environmental costs and implement appropriate technological solutions to prevent such costs, according to Hitachi Data Systems’ CTO.
CIOs are being warned that complying with PCI DSS (data security standards) is just as much about technology as it is security.
In a move away from the Android juggernaut, computer giant Dell has announced its new 10-inch business tablet, due in Australia later this year, will run the Windows 7 operating system.
National ICT Australia (NICTA) has partnered with Microsoft to develop technology aimed at improving the performance of online video search engines.
A passion for PHP, as well as a strong developer community, has been vital to Drupal’s success, founder Dries Buytaert said.
Drupal creator and project lead, Dries Buytaert, speaks passionately about the company he began as a hobby during his college days, with the business reach of Buytaert now extending into software company Acquia and Mollom.
Encoding.com has announced the launch of what it claims to be the world’s first universal video URL service, Vid.ly.
Open source software has been found to be functionally sufficient across most organsations and its advancement enables IT managers to choose from a variety of options, according to Ovum.