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  • Top ten most influential of 2010: Virtualisation

    Though certainly not a new technology, virtualisation remained a popular choice in 2010 for companies looking to minimise data centre space and server requirements. That's certainly the case in Australia, said to be one of the most virtualised countries in the world.

  • Top ten most influential of 2010: Cloud computing

    The word "Cloud" has been perched on the lips of everyone who’s anyone in the IT industry over the past two years, whether private or public. Despite the inherent fears of putting one's data in someone else's hands - let alone in an off-shore data centre - local vendors and telecommunication companies have started offering Cloud services left, right and up above.

  • Top ten most influential of 2010: Gov 2.0

    Each Friday until the end of the year, <i>Computerworld Australia</i> is revealing one of the top ten most influential people, technologies and trends that shaped 2010 in Australia. The top ten was collated and determined by our editorial team and advisory panel of IT managers, industry experts, consultants and analysts.