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As entrepreneurs look to build a startup, it's essential to evaluate the role of early growth over profits to reach their ultimate goal and leave a great legacy.
A concerted effort to refocus on customer satisfaction has driven strong internal service-delivery improvements at Australia's second-largest telco, but even its head of customer strategy admits there is still a long way to go.
National science agency's Smart Vision technology turns self-portraits into 3D facial models.
The rumored Microsoft 'Fairfax' cloud platform gets its official unveiling.
Executive chairman dances around straight answer while talking up Android security.
The Australian Attorney-General's Department briefed ministers on the NSA's spying program known as PRISM two months before the leaks from former contractor Edward Snowden.
Every enterprise should establish policies and procedures that ensure the safety of those present in an enterprise facility during an emergency requiring shelter in place measures. From the policy: Summary...
On the two-year anniversary of launching its 4G network, Telstra has said that it has now sold 3.2 million 4G devices.
The chief of Microsoft’s Cloud and Enterprise business provided a strategy update at Yammer's splashy new headquarters in San Francisco.
Pay TV operator Sky TV has been warned for 'historical breaches' of New Zealand's Commerce Act over the resale of content to internet service providers.
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt tells CIOs they need to blow up their infrastructure pronto, argues Android is secure and covers a lot of turf.
Google's Chrome's Web browser non-stable 'dev channel' build currently looks like the complete Chrome OS desktop on Windows 8.x when set as the default Web browser and opened in Metro.
CEO Steve Ballmer's last shareholder letter spells out Microsoft's new (and verbose) mission statement for the coming fiscal year.
Governments will start to come knocking in name of security
Amid a lot of corporate turmoil, three BlackBerry executives outlined their enterprise mobile device management plans to tech buyers. Will IT buyers stick with BlackBerry?
The newly formed Alliance for Affordable Internet will attempt to drive down Internet prices throughout the developing world.
Toshiba is partnering with Citrix and VMware to offer a cloud-based virtual desktop service to enterprises in the forth quarter.
Yahoo may have to wait a little longer to fight its case in a secret Washington court, as the U.S. Justice Department struggles to find attorneys amid the government shutdown.
Data science is one part analysis and one part art. It gathers together data from many sources and gleans important insights. Can this demanding practice be packaged as a piece of software? Prelert believes that it can.