The enterprise technology firm will continue to provide the Australian government with products and services where appropriate, but under a new whole-of-government agreement expected to save IT procurement costs.
The latest version of Ubuntu Linux is here with the GNOME desktop as its new interface, as Ubuntu bids adieu to its own takes on the Linux desktop.
From battery fires to the ensuing jokes, Samsung's Note series has survived it all, and this year's Galaxy Note 8 continues to be at the bleeding edge of what Samsung can offer, says its development team.
Other sectors struggle to see the return on investment, says study.
Up to $13.5 billion worth of 5G-driven digitalisation revenue will be up for grabs for Australian carriers by 2026, according to Ericsson.
The collaboration and productivity software company saw its subscription revenue grow 69 percent.
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Moore's Law is slowing at a time when new applications are demanding more muscle. The solution is to offload jobs to specialized hardware but these complex, heterogeneous systems will require a fresh approach.
Day one of trading was good for MongoDB. The company has grown with a developer-friendly platform, a unique open source model, and an ability to poach workloads from the Oracles and SQL Servers of the world. The looming challenge is how it navigates coopetition with its frenemies in the cloud.
In leaked audio obtained by ZDNet, Facebook chief security officer Alex Stamos compares the company's security inftrastucture to a college campus. ZDNet's Larry Dignan thinks it's a much-needed dose of honesty and a reminder that every company needs to start taking security more seriously.