Aimed at reducing the risk of doing business, the national database provides firms and agencies a way to check details of potential partners and companies.
Everyone seems to have an opinion about Google's ground-breaking product.
The australianchristianlobby.org domain has been snapped up by a group that doesn't share the organisation's values, but there is another ACL website that we should be more concerned about.
Where would you be happiest living as a young professional?
As the Australian Privacy Commissioner and Attorney-general warn businesses to prepare themselves for upchanges to the Privacy Act, McAfee has found that most don't even realise that there are changes or fines for non-compliance.
'Design is more than just creativity, or a phase in creating a product, service, or application. It’s a way of thinking that can transform an entire enterprise.'
The market leader in self-service data discovery and visualisation, Tableau 9.2 continues to improve and delight with plenty of enhancements to help keep the competition at bay.
An array of food startups are seeing growing investment from Silicon Valley VC firms.
It's a short-list question on the minds of analysts: how much are tablet sales cannibalizing the sales of full-featured computers? Here's Apple's take on the matter.
[UPDATE] Chinese Internet company ordered to pay damages of over US$800,000 in total for losing two lawsuits related to unfair competition through its search engine and antivirus software; it also has to publish apologies to Baidu and Tencent.
Are knee-jerk travel warnings the right approach to keep citizens safe and business booming?
I’ve said that retail payments may be the next ‘killer app’ for mobile wallets. But really, mobile commerce offers so much more that that, for enterprises and consumers.
Taiwanese government claims China's cyberarmy now employs more than 100,000 people, has a yearly budget of more than US$2.71 million and is now focusing on think tanks and firms responsible for critical infrastructure.
From clown bikes, to hard core commuters, Google's bike culture is like no other.
In an hour-long ZDNet webinar held on May 16th at high noon, Ed Bott explored Windows 8 implementation strategies for IT decision makers.
Could email account checks at the border impact Israel's tourism industry?
Last week saw the auction for the digital dividend spectrum that will be used for 4G services kick off, but none of the participants are talking about it.
That perennial issue of skill shortages in New Zealand has reared its head again, and one way to solve the issue could be boot camps.
What's next, a Twitter tailspin?