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- Principal CIO tells how large enterprises use cloud for agility and bursting
- How the cloud is enabling real-time data and IoT at Ford
- Video: CXOs sound off on the critical challenges facing IoT, big data, and the cloud
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Victoria Police wants to implement a logging and web filtering system that will log its employees web use for a minimum of seven years.
Singapore telco expands its NFC-based SmartWallet service by collaborating with movie theater operator Shaw Theatres to allow subscribers to browse, book and collect movie tickets on the go.
Organizational restructuring, talent shortages, and greater technology risks are highlighted as some of the key transformation-driven risks for global companies this year.
[UPDATED] U.S. tech giant says the launch will meet rising demand for cloud, offering software-as-a-service and serving customers in Asia. The facility is its third in the region, with the first two in Australia.
How can that be? New math? No - a new business model. Actually an old one with a new twist.
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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If there ever was a case of the proof being in the pudding, it came a few days ago when I sat down at a cafe in Melbourne's Federation Square to do some editing of a magazine proof, then dragged a 24MB PDF file onto my FTP client to upload it.
Five percent may not seem like much, but it's a start.
BERLIN -- The latest in a series of municipal failures, a plan to remove a section of the remaining Berlin Wall has divided the city over a memorial meant to unite.
The Boston-based architect will use his new reality television show to showcase some of North America's most provocative public architecture.
Phil Simon's made a digestible book on the big data technology space. Yes, you could even give this book to your CEO and he/she will get it. It's a well-written piece that does what it advertises: It creates the business case for big data.
Ailing Japanese manufacturer has gotten its creditors' approval to offer stocks to generate 100 billion yen, after initial concerns such a move would dilute the value of existing shares.
Japanese IT vendor will be in charge of the apps deployed on the Interior Ministry's data centers, and will help integrate the different disaster information systems into a centralized one.
On the road to Sydney: The Open Group and the latest in business architecture, enterprise transformation
The Open Group’s first conference in Australia will focus on enterprise transformation. Speakers and a variety of sessions will place the transformation in the context of such vertical industries as finance, defense, exploration, mining, and minerals.
NBN Co significantly increased the revenue it picked up in the second half of 2012, but the Australian government-owned company still reported a loss of over AU$400 million.
After seeing its value increase exponentially during the first quarter of 2013, Bitcoin's growth spurt appears to be stumbling amid news of denial-of-service attacks and a breach at Instawallet.
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