The consumerization of IT and the trend toward a more user-controlled technology environment have created a new phenomenon dubbed cloud sprawl. It's time to recognize it, analyze it, and mitigate it.
State spending in anticipation of upcoming elections, and IT companies adopting tech such as cloud computing, big data and analytics will help drive industry growth to 10 percent to 12 percent in 2013.
Gartner's survey of 2,000 CIOs has found less emphasis on systems, more on digital business initiatives.
After plunging into ethnic violence around the last disputed presidential election, Kenyans are using technology to help make the upcoming vote go off without a hitch.
Boost has begun taking orders for its new prepaid offering through Telstra mobile services, and, unlike companies like Kogan, it is getting the full 3G service.
The online world could well lay waste to the streets of retailers we once knew.
There are plenty of technology and software options out there designed to help businesses improve financial transactions, communications, data gathering and storage and accounting. But is it fair to ask...
The nationwide system will be designed to protect core IT installations and networks from sabotage and espionage.
The Australian Defence Science and Technology Organisation is in the market for a supercomputer to solve massive computational fluid simulations, and has gone as far as trading power redundancy for even more computing power.
A new datacentre, housed at an Equinix facility in Sydney, will the address data sovereignty concerns of Oracle customers, according to the vendor's Global President Mark Hurd
US chipmaker Qualcomm will hold 13.49 percent of the South Korean handset maker's total shares after it converts its existing debt claims into equity, possibly making it the largest shareholder.
Pirate Party Australia has successfully registered for the federal election, and is focusing on the Senate to potentially pick up seats this year.
50GB of free storage sounds great, but Kim Dotcom's new Mega cloud service still has many bugs.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has disagreed with some of the changes that Microsoft suggested about how data could be used.
Suppose you have an angle on buying or selling an older Mac that's running a long-in-the-tooth version of Mac OS X. What's the best way to upgrade the OS?
Wheelchairs made to sustain extra weight, MRIs with larger openings. Hospitals and doctors are investing in adjustments for obese patients, changes that benefit thinner patients too.
New research on cloud adoption brings forth significant perception gaps between business executives and IT leadership.
Satyan Gajwani wants to ensure India's largest media house remains a leader in today's connected age.
U.S. President Barack Obama kicked off his second term today, and between the pomp and circumstance, offered a spirited defense of how progressive ideals benefit commerce.