The relationship between the CIO and Microsoft goes back decades - but that doesn't mean that either side can be complacent.
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Tony Scott resigned as Microsoft's CIO in May. Now he's filling the same position at VMware. So we can strike his name off the Microsoft CEO replacement list, yes?
Microsoft is now on the hunt for a new CIO after Tony Scott resigned to follow up on his own personal projects.
On episode 3 of CxO Talk, superstar analyst Paul Greenberg offers advice and insight on CRM, customer experience, and enterprise software vendors.
Windows 8 is suitable for all businesses, but some companies are better off with Windows 7, according to Avanade CTO Adam Wengert.
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CIOs seem to be more interested in Windows 8 tablets, even while showing little interest in it on desktop and conventional notebook PCs.
Having been a Microsoft client for a long time, CBA is locked into a Windows environment unless a viable alternative comes along, according to the bank's CIO, Michael Harte.
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The list of vendors preparing business-minded, consumer-lovable tablets includes HP, Samsung, and, it can be argued, Microsoft and the entire Windows 8 ecosystem. Whether they will succeed in knocking out the iPad is a much tougher call.
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Forget the pundits like me: what do you readers - who will really determine the success or failure of an iPad Mini - think about this tablet?
Does the iPad finally have a genuine rival in the shape of Microsoft’s Surface? CIOs polled by ZDNet and TechRepublic certainly reckon so
Australian CIOs are betting on Microsoft's Surface tablet.
Australian Power and Gas has implemented Microsoft Dynamics CRM and other Microsoft software to handle a skyrocketing number of customer queries, but the company's CIO has said that he won't complete the ecosystem with Windows 8 tablets, as the iPad works just fine for a BYOD model.
Pacific Brands managed to dodge the infrastructure costs and service hassles of moving to a third datacentre by cutting ties with VMware and jumping into bed with Microsoft for its virtualisation needs.
The Conficker worm is currently the largest security threat to enterprises, continuing to spread due to weak or stolen passwords and vulnerabilities that require security patches, according to a Microsoft report.
How does an organisation like the NSW State Emergency Service (SES), powered primarily by volunteers, keep up with the immense demand? ZDNet Australia went behind the scenes with the SES to see how the organisation uses IT to race against the clock to save lives in an emergency.
The NSW State Emergency Service (SES) is powered not only by dedicated volunteers, but also by a huge array of IT gadgetry. ZDNet Australia went behind the scenes with the SES to see how it uses IT to race against the clock to save lives.
Westpac's mammoth project to move the bank from Lotus Notes to Outlook/Exchange has stalled, with the bank halting the migration following an internal review.
Australian companies aren't benefiting as much as they might have hoped from the cloud trend, according to new Telsyte research, which says that Australian researchers are more likely to reach for services from multi-nationals over those that are Australian-owned or based.
The Australian Red Cross has had it with "dumb terminals" and poor IT scalability from the 1990s, and is now using a huge grant from Microsoft to kick off a refresh of the organisation's IT.
Telstra has announced that it will move 4.2 million BigPond customers onto Microsoft's Windows Live email service.
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