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The French ministry of defense launched a "network of cyberdefence reservists" to help the country cope with online threats. But is the group more of a talking shop than actual defence force?
With Microsoft’s cut-off date for support for Windows XP exactly 12 months away, the options are narrowing for the many organisations that have yet to carry out an OS upgrade.
Liu Chiping says the mobile communications service will remain free as its large user base offers room for collaboration with Chinese telcos and there is no need for an additional charge.
Companies looking to implement "unstructured" social collaboration strategies need to integrate these with the more structured business processes to gain optimal benefits.
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With Windows 10, Microsoft is planning to break from the past, replacing Internet Explorer with a cleaner, faster way to browse the web. Here's why your organization may decide to stick with IE.
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The Indian outsourcer is building an online "hub" for American organization North Carolina New Schools, where educators and students can share content and discussions, and access tools and resources.
While the Coalition has committed to not trashing the AU$1 billion NBN satellite plan, it said that given the choice, it would not have gone ahead with it in the first place. NBN Co has come out to defend its satellite strategy.
How to fight crime? Try using analytics to prevent it, IBM's Ronald Fellows says.
Windows 8 was a bold bet by Microsoft to link PC, tablet and phone interfaces. Is it too soon to say the bet flopped?
There's no good reason why a MacBook Pro should be faster than a Mac Pro. And yet, for the standard application in photo-editing workflows, it is.
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Heading into the App Wrap this week are Twitter, Lync 2013, Optus Mobile Security, Perl.doc, Zoho Projects, SOS iAlert, Litecoin Wallet, and Mi-PIE.
Vodafone will launch its 4G service in a number of parts of Australia this June.
Sage has updated its local Sage 50 Accounts to allow customers to share their data via the cloud, and added new mobile apps, a new look and subscription pricing. Other, more radical, cloud developments...
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U.S.-based Internet administrator will open its first new global engagement office in China, as it steps up efforts to becomes more inclusive with stakeholders in Asia.
[UPDATE] Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean urges for the blending of theoretical and practical strategies such as anticipating threats and multi-nation collaboration to deal with new threats to national security.
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