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In this ZDNet Google Hangout, we examine what needs to be done to drive business uptake of teleworking practices.
The three countries will look to form a Northeast Asia association for software to spur development and marketing in areas such as mobile Internet, cloud computing and the Internet of Things.
In just 8 hours, the country's biggest online store Tmall.com clocked sales of over US$800 million on Nov. 11-- Singles Day Shopping Festival--bringing new challenges to traditional retailers.
Two of the three telcos which won 3G auction last month say they will sue regulators if distribution of licenses are further delayed.
Indian regulator unveils new rules which state telcos may be penalized up to US$18,322 for not meeting quality of service benchmarks or for providing incorrect information on performance parameter.
E-waste is accumulating at an alarming rate, and IT service provider Dimension Data hopes to capitalise on that by introducing an e-waste-removal service for businesses.
The Asia-Pacific region is being hit hard by an IT skills shortage, but Australia may have escaped the full force of the epidemic, thanks to its sunny beaches and carefree lifestyle.
The office superstore is offering a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and a Series 3 notebook bundled for $469.98, as well as an HP Envy Ultrabook for $599.99.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has said that the government has adapted to using TelePresence in times of crisis, such as the Japanese tsunami in 2011.
Australia's newly-announced internet "filtering" plan relies on an unprecedented interpretation of the law and will do little to prevent the spread of child abuse material.
The U.S.' 2012 election's saw the first Buddhist elected to the Senate, the first Hindu elected to Congress, and the first Orc Rogue elected to the Maine state Senate. Wait. What!?
The Australian government has set a goal to get 12 percent of public servants working from home at least one day per week by 2020.
Repeat after me: There are no ads in Windows 8. Yes, you can find ads if you look closely at a group of consumer apps from a separate Microsoft division. But you'll be surprised to learn the real reason why those apps are in every copy of Windows 8.
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank's Andrew Cairns doesn't believe in a department dedicated specifically to innovation. Meanwhile, AMP head of growth and innovation Munib Karavdic still thinks innovation teams are relevant.
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