ME Bank has claimed that the long term cost of using Windows Server 2012 and SQL Server 2012 will be over AU$100,000 cheaper than the Linux alternative.
In almost a year and a half since launching 4G in Australia, Telstra now has more than 2.1 million 4G devices on its network.
CERN is celebrating the location of the first website.
Meet Filr, described by Novell reps as a challenger for Dropbox (and by extension likely Box, Google Drive, Microsoft SkyDrive, and more).
Target IT executives describe the challenges of building consistency into in-store, mobile, and customer call center interfaces.
There are 2.5 quintillion bytes of new data a day — where's it all going to go? That's what many organizations are just starting to find out, as explored at IBM's latest conference.
From "artificial neuron network" to "natural language processing" to "weak AI," this short word list will keep you on top of the AI terms you need to know. Technical jargon has been flying thick and fast...
If you weren't excited about Google Glass already...well, the Internet giant isn't planning to leave you alone anytime soon.
The current leader of Nvidia's Tegra processor unit is jumping to a "partner company" to lead as CEO.
Jive's second quarter outlook fell short of expectations, but the company remained upbeat about its pipeline and the social business market.
We live in an interconnected web of industry and markets.
In the healthcare world, subject to both HIPAA and HITECH regulations, security is critically important. This article dives into the Windows 8 security models and shows how Windows 8 provides strong security for healthcare deployments.
Based on a new report, the iPhone maker is about to set a U.S. corporate financial record in the billions.
The demand for more performance and features has traditionally kept the PC from falling too far, too fast. Those days may now be ending, hastened by cheap tablets. The industry is responding with new platforms for low-cost laptops and tablets running Windows 8 and Android.
Amazon's Andy Jassy argues that when you "carefully look at the benefits of moving to the cloud, you realize the private cloud has none of them."
Google's algorithmic changes and its focus on big brands is changing the web, and big business is reaping the benefits.
Thorsten Heins, CEO of BlackBerry, says tablets won't have much of a purpose in five years. Heins' comments were widely panned, but maybe he's not that far off base.
In an "adapt or perish" world, the ever-evolving PC will still be the right tool for the right job, even if it lives alongside numerous other species of computing devices.
Amazon Web Services (along with IT employees designing and developing on the cloud platform) are getting more official with accreditation services.