In a world where IT is centralising, some companies have been trying to involve users by producing clouds based on peer-to-peer technology architectures. The past has shown it's not an easy trick to pull off.
Networking giant eyes better efficiency and growth with consolidated and less complicated rebate program, and by opening up access to "smart" services and analytics.
As enterprise steps up its use of cloud services analyst house Forrester has predicted how business use of cloud platforms and services will change next year.
It seems the $1 billion patent war between Apple and Samsung is far from over.
Asia-Pacific countries are doing well with plans to set aside LTE spectrum for emergency services, but they are challenged by funding issues and inadequate bandwidth.
Prices for cloud storage have plummeted on the three major platforms just within the last couple of weeks, but who provides the cheapest service?
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...
Customers wanting to get their hands on the cut-down iPad tablet running on a 4G network can do so from Thursday in the UK.
Country saw a record high trade surplus in its IT sector for November, which is higher than the overall US$4.48 billion trade surplus.
Recent hack on Web sites operated by stat board People's Association may be incidental but more attacks can be expected with greater adversity, stressing the need for security holes to be plugged.
A data breach at Nationwide Mutual Insurance affected over a million U.S. citizens, according to new data.
All Skype users will be able to use the new video-messaging feature, but Premium subscribers will get to send unlimited numbers of messages and see those messages stored indefinitely.
RIM is getting ready to help business upgrade to BB10 and BES 10, but if you need help to do it, why not just do something else instead?
In preparation for BlackBerry 10, RIM is now offering a bevy of services, tools and information for enterprise customers -- including an offer to grab a new BlackBerry 10 device for network testing.
Fugitive software company founder John McAfee has been arrested in Guatemala, according to reports.
[UPDATE] ICT regulator slaps S$10,000 fine on all three mobile operators in the country for failing to meet stricter quality of service standards, which it amended in January, to provide greater coverage around the island.
Many jobs thought to be immune from automation are increasingly being conducted by machines.
Countries such as Spain now have improved Google Maps, as they have been folded into a Google scheme where the company tries to improve upon mapping data that it pulls in from external sources.
Besides its offshore software development site in Myanmar, Japan's NTT Data also sees opportunities to offer ICT services to build up the country's infrastructure in the near future.