Google's play to establish Android in the enterprise has taken a step forward with the launch of its BYOD container for productivity apps.
What scams and schemes do you need to watch out for during the holiday season?
Here's a look at what will determine whether Best Buy thrives or dives against Amazon.
Big data usually means big servers and big data warehouses, but the BI company Actuate wants to make it happen on your watch, too.
The Masque bug which affects iOS apps has the potential to steal data from legitimate sources, due to a lack of encryption in apps across the board.
Social is becoming increasingly important to business. This ebook looks at how companies can use social networking tools and media platforms effectively -- from collaboration to customer...
Deciding the fate of two slices of LTE-compatible spectrum is getting many hot under the collar.
A smartphone or a tablet aren't quite all you need to work on the go; these are some of the helpful gadgets and accessories we've been travelling with recently
Google has agreed to settle with the Apple and Microsoft-backed consortium that outbid it for Nortel's patents in 2011.
In anticipation of the departure of managing director John Grant, Data#3 has appointed Laurence Baynham as his replacement.
Bulletproof has been hiring cloud architects to provide technical support for its continuously growing customer base that is moving to the cloud.
Telstra is rolling out 'small cell' 4G data infrastructure to 16 towns in eastern Australia by Christmas, with another 34 set to get coverage in early 2015.
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Misconceptions surrounding the rights and obligations provided by open source software in the enterprise have fueled the spread of fear, uncertainty and doubt. A better understanding of the role open source licensing will help organizations realist the full potential of open source investments.
The Australian government is calling on the Productivity Commission to work out how best to deliver mobile broadband capability for the country's law enforcement and emergency services.
Processors based on the venerable von Neumann architecture are expected to run out of scope to evolve and adapt within a decade or so. What happens next? We explore some of the most promising avenues.
NBN Co paid AU$330,000 to use project-management methodology in six sites, but only used it in one despite FttP rollout improvements.
The brand image of the world's must-have anonymity tool is starting to look a bit tattered. The fans don't like it, but their response isn't helping their cause.
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