Google is making a big run at new markets with business software and mobile phones. However, it will not succeed in either market unless it changes the way it builds its products. Both of these markets will reject Google's "continuous beta" philosophy.
Sydney Water has decided to migrate its email platform from Novell's GroupWise to Microsoft Outlook/Exchange and is looking for a contractor to help implement the change.
How will we find the cure for Swine Flu? John Mirsalis and biosciences team at SRI International are working on the development of drugs to fight infectious diseases like HIV, Malaria, Tuberculosis and the Flu.
In this installment of the Churchill Club podcast series a panel of experts examine the cybersecurity conundrum and whether the U.S.
There’s a vast selection of software containers, as well as proprietary and open source hypervisors—which makes it tough to zero in on the best solution for your virtual container needs. This side-by-side...
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Former Visy Industries CIO Roland Spitty has joined the ranks of Australian supply and demand system vendor SolveIT Software.
Tim O'Reilly and John Battelle discussed their vision and nomenclature for the next iteration of the web in a webinar last Thursday: I believe the recording will be available online sometime this week, slides are above.With the term 'Web 2.
Vinod Khosla is one of Silicon Valley's most successful VCs. I was at the recent SDForum Visionary Awards where Mr Khosla was one of four winners of the 2009 awards.
The social media movement has divided the enterprise into two camps.
The MJ event and the Iranian and Chinese governments' choke-holds on its citizen's Internet connections demonstrate in two different ways how vulnerable network endpoint access really is for the entire world's Internet users. The death of a single individual managed to do in some measure worldwide what paranoid governments attempt to achieve within their own borders.
A last minute heads up: OpenLab is “a meeting place for London based artists who use and develop open source software as their creative tool”. They are running a series of monthly workshops, the first of which this Tuesday 30th June at The Roebuck.
Apple has detailed supply issues for its iPhone 3GS at its retail stores, but there seems to be ample inventory of the 32GB white version.A spot check of Apple's iPhone 3GS widget details sellouts in most states for the 16GB iPhone 3GS (Techmeme).