Sydney based Tardis has become the first business in Australia to acquire IBM’s Storage Elite Specialty status.
Stories by Patrick Budmar
Mainframes are still in popular demand, thanks to growing data requirements.
The ThinkPad notebook, popular with businesses around the world, is [[artnid:438433|celebrating its 20th anniversary|]] this year.
There has been a lot of talk about Smart TV in recent months, but what exactly is it all about?
Is the hype for the Cloud justified? If you ask Avnet A/NZ services general manager, Adam Chicktong, it is both a 'yes'' and 'no'.
While Steve Wozniak is widely known as the co-founder of Apple, in recent years he has become known for his involvement with Utah-based flash memory vendor, [[xref:http://www.arnnet.com.au/tag/Fusion-io|Fusion-io|All on Fusion-io]].
The threat landscape is the most challenging it has ever been, according to [[xref:http://www.arnnet.com.au/tag/Symantec|Symantec|All on Symantec]] managed security services (MSS) director, Peter Sparkes.
Your online passwords are your identity, but how would you feel knowing that they may be transmitted over the network in a plain text file?
Following an [[artnid:427459|auspicious debut|]] and [[artnid:431371|untimely retraction|]] from the Apple App Store, [[xref:http://www.arnnet.com.au/tag/Bitdefender|Bitdefender|All on Bitdefender]]’s Clueful app saga has come to a conclusion.
Rackspace Hosting's new Sydney datacentre is expected to create 50 local jobs.
Having built up its reputation on products such as ZENworks, the software giant looks towards mobility going forward
When it comes to advanced cyber security, the challenge lies in educating the powers that be about how advanced targeted attacks work and how successful they have been.
Video data may have traditionally been relegated to simply being stored for future use may become more valuable once it is mined.
The BlackBerry eco-system is going to become a bit more diverse with the release of BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, which allows enterprise customers to also manage Android and iOS devices.
Lenovo and EMC are partnering in the server and storage space in move designed to harness the product development skills and resources of both companies to better service SMB customers.