Google, Telstra, and Microsoft warn against mandatory cloud services regulations; would harm start-ups, small business and cloud providers.
A free app released by Building America's Future allows the general public to send their traffic grumbles directly to members of Congress.
The Australian Parliamentary Budget Office has said that the government's election announcement of AU$42 million in additional funding to National ICT Australia will not affect the underlying cash and fiscal balance because it had already been announced.
Many workplaces don't work — they are unpleasant for no good reasons.
Optus will outsource 130 IT jobs to Accenture, Tech Mahindra, and SingTel IT subsidiary NCS.
After ridding itself of the CIO role and then renaming its CTO title back to the position, NAB has lost its CIO to other opportunities.
Breakthroughs in collaboration tools reduce time wasted in meetings and facilitate more productive engagement among employees. You just need to prove it to the board.
The ongoing cloud hype still doesn't address issues of data security and privacy, and there is no reason for the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to move into the cloud, according to CIO Tuan Dao.
A review of When: The Art of Perfect Timing, by Stuart Albert.
Two French students brave 10,000 kilometers of the Mediterranean in a kayak for a very different sort of vacation, hoping to raise awareness of the sea's issues.
Can a for-profit company call itself a movement? As the Millennial generation gains purchasing power, the answer may be yes.
In the second quarter, Splunk signed more than 400 new customers and had more than 6,000 customers globally.
Microsoft is cutting prices on Surface Pro, Surface RT and touch covers and making those cuts permanent, rather than promotional.
Password hacks and new cracker tools surfaced this week to reinforce passwords are indeed sitting ducks. Will anything be done about it?
Microsoft is looking at making an investment of an unspecified amount in social-media maven Foursquare, according to a Bloomberg report.
UPDATED: The San Francisco-headquartered company acknowledged that it got a big revenue boost this quarter with thanks to its acquisition of ExactTarget.
IDC expects worldwide PC shipments to decline even further than first thought, partly in due to a PC market decline but also a further expansion in tablet and smartphone sales.
The top Linux developers are getting older and The Linux Foundation is addressing the issue.
The NSA is just one cog out of a much larger intelligence machine, according to new documents, which outline and detail what the U.S. government spends out of the taxpayer's pocket on data collection and domestic and foreign surveillance efforts.