Technology news for Australia's largest enterprises
Polycom acquires HP teleconferencing unit
The video conferencing company announced an acquisition, an open video exchange and a stock split.
Windows 8: an OS to get excited over?
Next gen 'Windows 8' demos completely redesigned OS and touch screen functionality
Coaching a championship team
Contact Centre Consultant Kelly Brickley shows you how to get improved performance out of your contact centre team.
Video conferencing beyond the boardroom
Open and interoperable solutions are enabling smarter conversations, says Michael Chetner, Australia and New Zealand Managing Director for Polycom.
Greening the data centre
The first and most important step to any ‘greening project’ is the recognition that simple, effective solutions exist right now, and often don’t entail a significant investment
Cloud as foundation for sustainable organisations
There are plenty of green benefits from Cloud computing, says Alison Rowe, Global Executive Director Sustainability, Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand.
Oxygen on Demand launched as SAP Cloud solution
SAP services company, Oxygen Business Solutions, has launched Oxygen on Demand – a fully hosted cloud solution for SAP Business One, SAP ERP Business
Citrix loads on the announcements
Virtualisation multinational Citrix loaded up on announcements at its Synergy 2011 conference in San Francisco, with several new products being unveiled.
SolarWinds launches device tracker
"UDT delivers the device-tracking and forensic history of an expensive switch port-tracking appliance at a much lower price point."
Moody's: Split 'negative' for Telecom outlook
International credit rating bureau Moody's has lowered Telecom's rating outlook to 'negative' in light of upcoming demerger.
HP unimpressed with Thunderbolt; chooses USB 3.0
Hewlett Packard chooses USB 3.0 over Thunderbolt for its new desktop PC range.
LinkedIn shares open 84% up on first day
A successful first day trading for the LinkedIn IPO with an 84 percent increase at opening.
MS offers license mobility for cloud migration
Starting in July, Microsoft will start offering license mobility to extend current volume licenses to the cloud.
Hardware Independent Restore for Virtual environments launched
Virtual Edition of StorageCraft's flagship backup software launching tomorrow.
Google apps give custom privileges
Google business customers can now delegate customised admin privileges.
Cyber-thieves use 'marketing-like' tactics says Microsoft
Microsoft's recent Security Intelligence Report reports an up-tick in use of marketing-like approaches by cyber-criminals.
Nerds need Naverisk
Need a Nerd teams up with Naverisk to standardise its IT offerings .
Symantec - '100k Facebook apps may be leaking user data'
Symantec discovers Facebook flaw compromising user account security
More news from BlackBerry World
Native email client for BlackBerry PlayBook and more news from the BlackBerry World conference
Kiwi tech co wins US security industry award
Dunedin-based Tracplus Global was awarded top honours in the First Responder category at The Security Summit in San Diego, California.
Rumour: Amazon entering tablet market
Amazon is rumoured to be entering the tablet market later this year
Cloud outages result in Amazon apology
Amazon apologises and explains the large scale outages in its cloud hosting service that disrupted high traffic websites across the net.
Embrace mobile devices - securely!
Dereck Daymond, Managing Director, Sybase Australia & New Zealand, makes a case for smartphones, and points to how businesses can protect their data while giving their employees mobile access.
Security Threats on the Run
Craig Scroggie, Vice President and Managing Director for Symantec, Pacific region, takes a look at the current security situation for mobile devices.
Smartphones and Tablets = Risky Business
The smartphone and tablet boom offers enterprises significant opportunities to boost mobile productivity, but Lloyd Borrett, Security Evangelist at AVG, insists such gains should not come at the expense of security.
Change is an opportunity for optimisation
IT managers can use fresh thinking to reduce costs and streamline security deployments through consolidation and optimisation, says Rodger Campbell, Business Development – Security, Datacraft.
Challenges for the Instant-On Enterprise
With momentum gathering in the migration toward cloud-based technology solutions, concerns around data security remain front-of-mind among decision makers at many organisations.
CIOs must take more steps to manage risk
Gartner says CIOs should take steps to manage risks and unexpected costs during the "cloud services revolution".
Windows 7 revenue drops
Microsoft reports that third-quarter revenue has increased 13% over last year, but "PC trends" have affected Windows 7 revenue.
Sony unveils dual-screen tablet
Two Android 3.0-powered Sony tablets are due to be released before the end of the year.