So, it seems the WOW -- for Microsoft's Windows Vista -- is not now, but sometime in the future, maybe.
It must be nice to view the world through rose-coloured glasses as Communications Minister Helen Coonan seems to.
Discerning thumbs for BlackBerry users are essential to keep away a new threat which can compromise the security of the popular smartphone. Well that's according to Research In Motion's (RIM) Ian Robertson, senior manager of security and research.
All huff and no puff
National security out of range
Many CIOs talk of the "closeness" of their relationship with their key strategic vendors. Every so often though we get an insight into which IT departments are truly valued by the big boys.
The world's most adored tech company faced an unexpected string of criticism at its keynote during CeBIT last week.The conference hall was packed to capacity on day one of CeBIT to hear the search giant's vice president for enterprise, Dave Girouard, give his keynote.
Satyam Computer Services has taken a big step towards dispelling fears that foreigners will eventually take over Australia's IT industry.The vendor recently announced another office in Sydney (a 150-seat regional solutions hub), complementing its Sydney city and Melbourne locations.
CRM vendor Legrand must realise whoever set up their phone systems made a phreaking huge mistake. Staff at the Aussie-owned company did not hesitate to give Nortel, as well as Telstra and Optus, a serve after they became a victim of toll fraud last week.
Aussie smartcard vendor ERG has decided to outsource to Tata Consultancy Services, and you can't help but think of the Qantas example.