The UK's cyber defenders plan to make the country's government networks vastly more secure by strong, national enforcement of network protocols.
While Australia has a large sports fan base, its sporting industry lags behind the US and Europe when it comes to exploiting technology, according to Jesus Castro, Microsoft Sports business development architect.
Silicon Valley-based but Australian-listed memory company 4DS has announced that it has developed 40 nanometre resistive random access memory.
The Australian government will level a AU$10,000 entry fee on any telcos wanting to take part in the 700MHz spectrum auction in April.
New Zealand fibre customers are now waiting four days less than they were three months ago to be connected to the UFB, Chorus has said.
Dell kicked off its first inclusion initiative in 2005 and 11 years on, the company's ANZ managing director says it's crucial for young women to keep the diversity dialogue open.
Red Hat's infrastructure boss Tim Yeaton outlines why the open source pioneer is well positioned to guide CIOs through an evolving IT landscape.
One thing that hasn't changed since 2009 is that the number one cause of a data failure in a business is still human error.
The developer of the Early Warning Network has signed a deal to provide remote communications across Australia using Optus' satellites and the SatSleeve+.
As Dell Technologies positions itself to be the one-stop shop for the entire IT stack, the Asia Pacific and Japan region is jumping on board to modernise IT, with cost saving the driving factor.
Microsoft is marching toward its $20 billion commercial cloud goal, reaching a $13 billion annual run rate in its latest quarter.