Despite adding a link to Christmas Island, Vocus is predicting that its ASC subsea cable will be live by July 2018, ahead of competitor systems Trident and Indigo.
The Australian government will be extending the amount of IT spend set aside for smaller players from 30 percent to 40 percent over the next year, with the increase currently worth around AU$650 million.
The Justice Department attempts to allay First and Fourth Amendment concerns but continues to seek data on visitors to an anti-Trump website.b
The social network can target ads to users like they are heat-seeking missiles, but don't ask it to identify what country the person buying from the ads is in.
Securing against the Internet of Things is not just the responsibility of manufacturer, Fortinet has said.
Gatwick's popular Community App provides vital information to thousands of people working for hundreds of different companies at London's second-biggest airport. It's being taken up by many other airports and could also work well for other diverse "mini-cities" such as universities, malls and technology parks.
Is Everything as a Service the future of business? Tech Pro Research is conducting a survey to find out what services companies are already using, and what they're planning to adopt.
After Irving retires at the end of the year, current GoDaddy president and chief operating officer Scott Wagner will replace him.
Intuit said it improved QuickBooks Online and landed more subscribers. In addition, Michelle Clatterbuck will replace Neil Williams as CFO.
CEO Marc Benioff personally crowned the company as the first cloud software vendor to break the $10 billion revenue run rate.