NASA is taking consumer-grade virtual reality gear and using it to train astronauts.
Amid claims from RSPs that NBN's CVC pricing is too expensive to offer consumers 1Gbps services, Launtel has switched on gigabit speeds for Launceston businesses for approximately AU$1,000 per month.
Third annual report educates security awareness professionals on how time, the right talent, and good communications make for the best, most effective programs.
When 12 drives failed, it took down a system of over 800 disk drives, and a taxation agency with it.
New research from Telsyte has found that six in 10 businesses with more than 20 employees in Australia and New Zealand are already using or thinking about deploying robotic process automation.
The certification TechnologyOne received from IRAP does not give it an automatic green light to provide the Australian government with a SaaS solution, rather it is a way of showing customers it is serious about continuous improvement and ticking as many compliance boxes as possible.
Common IoT use cases focus on various kinds of location tracking. But companies need to create a strategy that links IoT data to their central resources to turn that data into valuable information.
British Airways CEO has said the airline will take steps to ensure there is no repeat of the computer system failure that stranded 75,000 passengers in the United Kingdom over a holiday weekend.
After more than three months spent off and on with the LG G6, it is clear that this phone doesn't get the consideration it deserves. It's gorgeous, functional, efficient, and affordable.
The "blue screen of death" lives on thanks to a simple Windows file system bug.
Putting the latest quarterly financial results into a bar-chart shows just how much the IT world has changed since IBM ruled the world. Today, Apple is ahead in both turnover and profits, but other companies are changing places