The break down of communist-sponsored heavy industry in Poland and its gradual sell off has helped turn Poland into a 3D printing hotspot.
Following a tendering processes that began last year, the Department of Defence is likely to award its centralised processing project to Lockheed Martin Australia.
Changes to technology is forcing insurance companies to rethink the way they store data in order to maintain control and ensure they remain compliant.
While Myer has reported that its total sales declined during Q3 of the 2014 financial year, its online store remains strong doubling in growth the quarter.
'Gone are the days when you poured concrete over all your processes,' says IBM's Robert LeBlanc.
Building up a private cloud includes standardization, cable consolidation, storage optimization, automation, and orchestration, according to Logicalis.
Some organizations stay nimble by receiving frequent software enhancements via continuous updates. But others require a more traditional release cycle that allows them to adapt to the changes.
The Victorian Government will spend AU$9.5 million over four years to overhaul its ICT procurement system, shifting it to the cloud in a bid to provide greater access for multiple suppliers.
It's a rare treat to see a new blockbuster movie like Amazing Spider-Man 2 before anyone else does, but it's an even rarer treat to get to talk to the people who made it and to see how they made it.
Akamai's quarter was well ahead of estimates, Cornerstone topped revenue expectations and Constant Contact was strong.
Earlier this month, the professional social network boasted it surpassed the 300 million-mark for monthly active users worldwide.
Tata Consultancy Services announces its appointment as the exclusive certification and test services provider for the Cloud Data Management Interface standard, offered by the Storage Networking Industry Association.
Number of small and midsize businesses heading toward cloud services is expected to climb 20 percent between 2012 and 2016, as the workforce drops in age and more Indian companies embrace technology.
Heightened awareness about IT security and data protection -- either from hackers or even government agencies -- has also spurned more interest within SMBs.
With a high-profile bug so close to XP's end of support, there was very little upside for Microsoft in being strict. This sort of thing has happened before.
The consumer is not always the litmus test for validating the worthiness of various technologies.
But does that money go back into the local economy?
There are stories going around that Microsoft's OneDrive for Business is altering your files. There's some truth to that, but it's probably not what you think it is. Nor is it Microsoft tracking your files for its own purposes.
We still use Facebook more than any other platform to share our content. Unless it is food related.