While smart mobile devices, SaaS, and social software ushered in a wave of major change in the workplace, that's nothing compared to what's coming.
The federal government will not push for new criminal offences aimed at punishing cyberbullies, but will rely on existing criminal laws in its bid to stem cyberbullying, according to Liberal MP Paul Fletcher.
The NSW government has outlined a five point plan in its NSW Location Intelligence Strategy report on how it will use location-based intelligence to make future infrastructure decisions.
ANZ has lifted its first half cash profit by 11 per cent following solid growth across its divisions.
Westpac is joining Commonwealth Bank Australia in offering customers the option of withdrawing cash without a card from its national network of ATM machines.
Years ago I wrote a post "Why RAID 5 stops working in 2009". Five years later you can still buy many RAID5 arrays. Was I wrong?
Employees who work from home often use company-supplied systems and devices, which helps ensure that they have consistent, state-of-the-art equipment to do their work. However, organizations should provide...
An alleged ex AdSense employee claimed Google robbed its AdSense clients and Google issued a fast denial. Now the anonymous accuser is back with more information.
Following up Adobe and Salesforce.com, among others, Oracle is fleshing out its own marketing cloud strategy.
MIT's bold Bitcoin project starts this fall.
It wasn't so many years ago that digital communities for business were in their infancy. Now they have grown, matured, and are providing real value. Here's the latest data.
A closed tender has been released to the two international consultancies following expressions of interest.
It's no longer about moving fast and breaking things because the bug fixes were hell. Now it's about move fast with stable infrastructure.
Amazon's new store is dedicated to wearable tech, a move that officially moves smart watches and activity trackers into the mainstream.
Facebook's awaited mobile ad idea, the Audience Network, is real and ready to do the money number-crunching for developers.
In an exclusive interview with ZDNet's David Gewirtz, a senior NSA official explains why the agency regards security and civil liberties as more than a simple balancing act: "You have to have them both."
Need a creative idea? Go for a walk, researchers say.
Privacy experts warned of catastrophic privacy invasions by the U.S. government, but the cybersecurity and data-sharing bill that just won't die has been revived once again by the Senate.
When Dartmouth College launched the Basic language 50 years ago, it enabled ordinary users to write code. Millions did. But we've gone backwards since then, and most users now seem unable or unwilling to create so much as a simple macro