Traditional disaster recovery has undergone a fundamental shift as simple backup strategies are replaced by technologies that create resilient businesses.
Stories by Joshua Gliddon
Poor data quality is robbing insurers and financial institutions of between 15 and 25 per cent of operating profits, exposing it as low hanging fruit for the growth-starved financial services industry.
Mobile is set to becoming the world’s biggest digital channel with annual growth of 4000 per cent, 5.3 billion handsets worldwide and 1000 new handset activations every minute.
Is the iPhone 3GS ready for enterprise? The answer is a qualified no, according to Gartner analyst Robin Simpson.
Australian organisations aren’t eating their own dog food when it comes to managing and leveraging the knowledge capital within their businesses.
The federal government will undertake a competitive selection process for the provision of digital education, health and emergency services in region and rural Australia, starting immediately.
According to research firm Frost & Sullivan, the size of the Asia-Pacific network security market has dropped two-thirds in comparison to 2008’s stellar figures.
You’ve heard of Moore’s Law, which basically says that computer power doubles every 18 months with respect to a given price point.
Small and medium sized businesses are banning social networking sites at a rapid rate, according to research from Telstra and Symantec subsidiary, MessageLabs.
As environmental concerns come to the fore, car makers will increasingly turn away from performance and towards in-car electronics and connectivity as a way of differentiating their vehicles, said Gartner analyst Thilo Koslowski.
Some wags have already started saying that it stands for “but it’s not Google,” a statement that reveals just what a job Microsoft’s new Bing search engine has in front of it.
There are 38,000 of them. They aren’t employees, so you can’t dictate what they use in terms of computing hardware and software. They’re demanding, because they have grown up in the web age, and they expect to be connected where ever they are (even on remote islands and farms).
The business model used by Oracle and SAP is fundamentally flawed and will lead to their downfall within the next decade, said Technology One chairman Adrian Di Marco.
With governments around the world extending stimulus packages as a means of dealing with the global financial crisis, IBM Global Financing has decided to open its purse strings and deliver a financial stimulus package of its own.
Microsoft and the University of Sydney have inked a deal that will see the institution’s 46,000 students use the Redmond giant’s Live@edu email solution.