Stories by Diana Nguyen

Australia lagging on Green IT: Report

A new report has found that sustainable ICT initiatives are stagnant and on the decline worldwide, with Australian organisations underperforming in Green practices.

The evolution of Apple

The following are key dates in the history of Apple, whose co-founder Steve Jobs has resigned as CEO.

A wrap-up of HP’s business strategy overhaul

Following the announcement that HP will kill off its TouchPad tablet, smartphones and may spinoff its PC business, Computerworld Australia has compiled a round up of the latest news.

CIO Summit: Personal branding for CIOs

When it comes down to personal branding, its adopted mantra says it all: “If you’re not appearing, you’re disappearing”, by jazz musician Art Blakey.

How green is the Cloud?

There’s an argument doing the rounds that says the best way to describe the Cloud’s Green benefits is to compare it to commuters abandoning their cars in favour of public transport. The more commuters abandon their cars, the greater the carbon reduction benefits.

NAB updates IT issues

National Australia Bank (NAB) has provided an update to its current IT issues, informing customers that delays in payments are expected to be cleared up late tonight or early tomorrow morning.

Telcos must progress or risk losing business: Ovum

Telecommunications carriers have been warned to lift their game by changing their [[xref:http://www.computerworld.com.au/tag/data%20centre|data centre]] strategies or risk losing business to competitors, according to an independent telco analyst group.

SAP Business One now available on iPhones

In a sign of the growing penetration of iPhones and iPads into the enterprise, SAP has released a mobile version of its SAP Business One management software for Apple's smartphone and tablet devices.

Revamped SKAMP boosts Australia’s chances of hosting the SKA

The revitalisation of the Square Kilometre Array Molonglo Prototype (SKAMP), a joint effort between the University of Sydney and Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), is expected to help further Australia’s bid to host the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope over rival South Africa.