Government applies $28.6 million over four years to ICT skills training, signs Vodafone as anchor tenant for Christchurch Innovation Precinct.
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The latest Tech Pro Research survey delves into the details of IaaS implemention, focusing on staffing, budget, benefits and results.
Companies embarking on app development and implementation should consider making sure the software is supported across platforms, but not at the expense of depleting IT budgets and other resources.
Issues such as network latency, immature legal frameworks and inadequate safeguards for customers to disengage from cloud services mean most will retain critical apps in-house, observers note.
IT professionals should take time to accept being laid off, review own strengths and weaknesses, and be persistent in marketing oneself in order to regain employment, HR execs advise.
Luidia, maker of the very cool eBeam interactive whiteboard tool, just released market data that lets us draw some interesting conclusions.
Business service management can help IT heads better deal with increasing complexity from consumerization, says BMC exec, who notes that full impact yet to hit enterprise environment.
Long-term fundamentals, such as increasing productivity and lowering operational costs, top analysts' and local companies' wishlists for this year's Budget to mitigate economic uncertainties.
IT infrastructure library guidelines remain relevant but need more examples on implementation and reflect current trends such as cloud and mobility, urge observers.
When it comes to IT support, it seems training is the biggest work in progress for companies in Australia and New Zealand.
Expertise to integrate cloud with existing IT systems and ability to manage vendor relations most lacking areas, say industry insiders, with one noting gap won't stay wide for long.
Making computer hacking part of the curriculum can help groom all-rounded security professionals, but law and ethics must be emphasized in tandem, say experts.
Concept of trusted connections on social networks heightens risks of social engineering in companies as legitimacy of requests harder to verify, but experts advise against outright ban.
IT managers continue to resist Apple's desktop OS, notes analyst who adds consumerization of IT and desktop virtualization software are helping bridge gap between Microsoft's Windows OS.
Government's revised tax deductions and one-off support measures will benefit local companies, especially midsize firms, looking to achieve improved productivity and cope with rising labor costs, says consultancy.
Skills gap and lack of proper training to manage new technologies put strain on information security professionals, exposing businesses to potential risk--much like "series of small leaks in a dam", new report warns.
When companies reimburse staff’s smartphone bills, there are privacy complications and mobile security issues to be mindful about, notes industry analyst.
South Australian Department of Health finally lifts its ban on Apple tablet that started in May over concerns of putting patient data at risk.
Cisco CEO John Chambers said the company’s two biggest risks are its video products and trying to run his company on social networking.
Report claims letting employees work from home won't necessarily lower carbon emissions, but Singapore businesses say they have other initiatives and technologies to manage their carbon footprint.
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