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Cloud, AI, infosec: Is your IT strategy keeping up?
Don’t relax because your business has moved to cloud, because a new wave of technological change is here. Find out how many Australian companies are prepared to take advantage of emerging technologies such as AI and IOT.
Feb 13 2019 9:55AM
Bankwest shut senior leaders in a vault to agree on agile
It worked, but crossed some lines.
Nov 16 2018 7:03AM
Majority of Office business users in the cloud by 2019
Office 365 adoption predicted to surge.
Oct 11 2017 10:23AM
NBN hits snag in FTTdp adoption
Broadband users could be seen by law as electricity suppliers.
Dec 8 2016 6:30AM
CEOs urged to seize iPad opportunity
Even if you are a Windows shop.
Nov 8 2010 6:59AM
Forrester forecasts the future of software-as-a-service
SaaS is starting to mature and move beyond its traditional areas such as CRM into newer spaces such as IT services management, according to a new report from analyst firm Forrester Research.
Mar 16 2009 6:38AM
Apple drops support document encouraging anti-virus adoption
Calling it "old and innaccurate," Apple has pulled a release note that recommended Mac users install anti-virus software.
Dec 5 2008 9:42AM
Virtualisation set to drive SaaS adoption
Three-quarters of organisations believe that server virtualisation will drive adoption of software-as-a-service (SaaS), according to new research released today by web hosting firm Hostway.
Oct 7 2008 12:37AM
Europe leading open source charge
More than half of organisations now believe that the benefits of open source software outweigh the negatives, according to new research by rich internet application vendor Actuate.
Sep 29 2008 9:22AM
EU pushes for rapid adoption of IPv6
The European Union wants a quarter of businesses, public authorities and households to move to the next-generation Internet Protocol by 2010, as the current system is running out of addresses..
May 30 2008 7:47AM
iPhone drives touch-screen adoption
Apple's iPhone continues to drive touch-screen adoption, and experts predict that global shipments of touch-screen display modules will more than double by 2012..
May 21 2008 7:35AM
Security fears hold back Wi-Fi adoption
Concerns about security and poor performance are still holding back wireless local area network (Lan) adoption for many UK firms, research reports.
Aug 30 2007 12:32PM
Video networking drives 802.11n adoption
The growth of 802.11n in connected consumer entertainment devices will rapidly outpace that of other networking technologies, new research predicts.
Aug 15 2007 1:27PM
Portable PC adoption accelerates
GLOBAL - Demand for mobile computers will help global PC shipments to rise 12.2 per cent in 2007 to 256.7 million, according to IDC's latest Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker.
Jun 15 2007 11:04AM
Survey: Vista adoption driven by OS security improvements
Network administrators have turned to Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system because of its enhanced security features, according to a just-released study.
May 31 2007 9:52AM
Bandwidth hunger drives Infiniband adoption
The need to handle expanding server and storage workloads and provide critical business services will fuel demand for InfiniBand high bandwidth interconnect technology, experts predict.
May 25 2007 4:58PM
SOA adoption causing culture shock
The successful adoption of service oriented architectures (SOAs) requires a change in corporate culture, IBM warned at its Impact 2007 conference in Orlando, US.
May 23 2007 1:30PM
Sun holds off on GPL3 adoption
No decision until licence has been finalised, says software chief.
Jan 19 2007 9:39AM
RFID adoption held up by vicious circle
Demand will only increase when prices fall.
Dec 15 2006 9:55AM
3G adoption quickens its pace
After a slow start, 3G mobile services uptake in Australia is beginning show a quickening pace.
Jun 2 2006 10:29AM
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