Australia is finally getting a National Broadband Network!
Stories by Matt Rodgers
Users of the micro-blogging site mock the presidential candidate’s decision to “suspend” campaign to deal with the US economic crisis.
Sometimes I think that IT shops would run perfectly if it wasn't for all the users.
IT moves so rapidly that today's professionals constantly need to keep themselves up to date. There are a range of postgraduate options available to IT workers looking to boost their salary or switch careers, ranging from self-directed study to short, certification-based courses to more formal academic courses.
Is it just me, or does it seem like the most basic security policies appear to be breaking down in enterprises everywhere?
Kerosene journalism. That's what legendary Wash-ington Post editor Ben Bradlee called it.
For those of us who live and work in Sydney there was no avoiding US vice president Dick Cheney's recent visit to Australia.
Welcome back. No holiday break is complete without a little housecleaning, so let me get mine out of the way at the start.
Think you've got problems with physical security? Spare a thought for Lane Dechaineux, airport manager at Port Macquarie Airport, whose security responsibilities include all the usual requirements of an airport, plus a few new ones unique to the facility's rural location, like keeping kangaroos, livestock and other animals off the runway.
With sales of notebook computers expected to grow at about three times the pace of desktop PC sales over the next few years, the pressure is on the IT department to manage, protect and secure company assets. Matt Rodgers investigates the tools and techniques for managing mobile workers.
Employee PCs have replaced servers as the preferred target of cybercriminals.
Australian organizations are finally realizing the value of their unique information assets and learning to derive significant competitive advantage through their use of CRM.
Inprise Corporation will now be know as Borland (again). All products, including its enterprise applications server products and services will be rebranded.
I don't know about you, but I see so many IT industry research reports that I've taken to arranging the food on my plate in neat wedges. My girlfriend is worried, last night I ate 22 per cent fewer potatoes than usual.
Australia's second largest IT hardware manufacturer ASI Solutions has formed an alliance with doctrieve corporation, a provider of knowledge management and data security software.