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Australian businesses wanting to move to the cloud need to be aware of the country's data laws. The Australian approach has also set precedents that other governments are following.
A version of Dell's XPS ultrabook aimed at developers is now available to buy in Europe following the expansion of the project outside of the US and Canada, where it went on sale at the end of 2012.
According to the research firm, while the U.S. remains in strong global standing in second place, all eyes are on China, Brazil and India as smartphone shipments will overtake feature phone shipments this year.
Sure, Mobile World Congress is long over. And the trade show tends to be extremely technology-focused. But a few design trends stood out. Here are three we predict will have resonance.
Watch this engaging panel discussion on trends in consumer technology and their impact on the enterprise.
Linus Torvalds, creator of the Linux kernel, has switched by the Gnome 3, saying the desktop's shortcomings can be fixed via the use of extensions.
Content distribution firm "drops off the internet" after outage.
Nexenta says that virtual desktops executing on a server use storage differently than do server workloads. The company has developed a virtual storage appliance designed to address that issue and offer higher performance than traditional server-oriented storage virtualization solutions.
Tested on an Samsung Galaxy Note II with Android 4.1.2, an attacker can bypass the device's lock screen, albeit momentarily, to access functions and view data on the device.
The two companies have entered an agreement to build Germany's largest Wi-Fi network, as the cellular giant aims to ease its mobile networks.
What US businesses should know about compliance and regulatory issues before adopting a cloud strategy
Plenty of confusion still exists around the compliance and regulatory implications of cloud computing, particularly in regards to data. Here's a quick summary of what U.S. companies need to know.
The shale boom has created thousands of jobs in oil and rich regions in the United States. It's also created housing shortages for workers and families living in these areas.
As solid state drives appear in more and more laptops, the manufacturer will cease making the higher-performing drives.
The cloud offers huge opportunities for IT, but there are also important prerequisites. Larry Dignan and Jason Hiner go through the factors for making good SaaS decisions.
New Upware marketplace features well-known software applications for data backup, security and collaboration; other categories to be added in the future.