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Shell's QGC expands drone use in Surat Basin
Granted wider area to operate.
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Opinion: Be prepared for the little things as well
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Vista selling really well, says Ballmer
Steve Ballmer is in no way disappointed with Windows Vista. It is selling “incredibly well”, he told a press conference in Herzeliya, Israel today.
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Over half of worldwide senior IT executives are more confident about their employment prospects than they were a year ago, according to a survey by Eurocom Worldwide..
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A centre to help drive innovation and technology for the Australian Defence and Australian SMEs will be opened in 2008 and it already comes with a promise of $82 million in funding from the Labor Government.
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Protecting the king, as well as the castle
A new type of threat has emerged that poses a significant risk to businesses - this threat is real. There are examples of it in the news. There are security experts who are warning against the risk. So why are most companies ignoring it?
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Federal IT security well below self-set standard
The U.S. House Government Reform Committee released its Federal Computer Security Scorecards today, and the results were not good for most government agencies.
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Why improved security is well worth waiting for
What would you prefer, smart new software now, or error-free software later? Think hard before answering.
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Not Every Card Offers Well Wishes
Internet marketing and viruses have much in common: they are annoying, unwanted, and usually arrive by email.
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Thanks, we’ll do that now: Captaris
Document management software vendor Captaris has bought the distribution arm of business partner Axient for an undisclosed sum, citing dissatisfaction with that company’s performance in the channel.
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