Technology news for Australia's largest enterprises
Sitecore joins Gartner’s Magic Quadrant
Analyst Firm Positions Sitecore in the Leaders Quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Web Content
Microsoft apologises for cloud outage
A network issue recently caused Microsoft's BPOS cloud suite to go offline, affecting US customers.
PC out of puff?
New software suite has launched with the sole aim of keeping your workstations in optimal condition.
BlackBerry App World update hits NZ
New pricing tiers, PayPal and credit card payment options and a new user ID system now available to download.
HP shrugs off Hurd drama in financials
Revenue up 11.4% and full-year outlook raised after year-on-year growth in all regions.
New features for Google Docs and Google Sites
Several "highly-requested" features have been introduced to Google's online suite of services.
SolarWinds takes 'trial and error' out of Philippine Veterans Bank's network management
Since implementing SolarWinds' Orion Network Performance Monitor (NPM) solution, Philippine Veterans Bank has streamlined its network management and eliminated any trial and error from network diagnostics.
Official: Intel buys McAfee
All-cash deal said to be the biggest in Intel's 42-year history. Full details inside.
Seagate and Samsung tackle SSD together
Joint development and licensing agreement signed to create the future of solid state drives for enterprises.
Microsoft downplays PC slowdown talk
People should gather a lot of information before coming to conclusions, says MS Investor Relations boss.
Google launches business growth apps
Nine new apps hit Google's Marketplace that can help your business grow and better manage large volumes of data.
Google simplifies Chrome deployment for businesses
MSI for Chrome makes it easier to deploy Google's web browser to large businesses.
Polycom extends Microsoft deal
New strategic relationship unveiled for end-to-end unified comms solutions.
LinkedIn makes first purchase
The professional networking company buys mSpoke for its recommendation technology.
HP wins Gartner Printer report
Being recognised by analysts reflects the firm’s "endless focus and dedication".
NetApp deal targets IT footprints
Data management firm integrates Symantec technology to reduce IT footprints and management costs.
Sasfis Botnet variants multiplying according to latest Fortinet report
Fortinet July Threat Landscape Report Shows Sasfis Botnet Variants Multiplying and Focusing on Spam Delivery.
Microsoft tablets a "job one urgency"
CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, sounds like he badly wants a piece of Apple's tablet business.
Microsoft sticks foot in door of Google-Yahoo Japan deal
Move is substantially more harmful to the competition than Google's illegal 2008 deal.
Trust, but verify. This approach builds trust over time through regular and mutual verification.
TIME TO MIGRATE?
Cloud computing is either one of two things: an overhyped term destined for obscurity, or the greatest promise for the future of IT.
Virtualisation in the cloud
Create a more agile infrastructure, reduce the total cost of IT ownership and minimise downtime.
As it becomes the environment of choice, there are high expectations of what cloud computing can achieve.
Your data, as you want
It seems everyone is ‘on’ Facebook, whether you are a government department, telecommunications business or simply someone with funny cat photos to share.
Weeding out the monkeys
"Knowing how to operate an oven does not make you a chef."
Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Awards Fortinet Network Security Vendor of the Year
Leadership Nomination Validates the Company’s Focus and Strength in Enterprise Security Market.
Intel creates lightning-fast silicon optical network
We may have to "completely rethink" the future of computer design.
Google guns for MS Exchange business
Government apps suite launched so you can "use your resources to serve the public, not patch servers".
Attache aims to improve business
Attache Software's new Business Improvement Guide plans to help SMEs use and monitor IT, and embraces the international standards for governance of IT.
HP trademarks 'Palmpad'
Details of HP's plans to rival Apple in the tablet market are beginning to emerge.