Microsoft is in Germany this week showing off how its software works with industrial applications of the Internet of Things.
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Implementation starts in April, but the first component of the new passport systems project won't go live until 2015.
Conversation with Pete Manca, CEO of Egenera, about the why Egenera acquired Fort Technologies
Microsoft unveiled new Mango handsets and promised more progress for Windows Phone 7 at WPC this week, as it shrugged off lacklustre enthusiasm among device buyers
During a Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference presentation on Tuesday, Microsoft showed off a series of unreleased and unnamed devices from Acer, ZTE, Fujitsu, and Samsung.
There's a new Windows 7 slate coming to town (starting in April this year) that Microsoft is hoping may give the company at least a temporary answer to Apple's iPad and the various Android slates coming to market this year.
They say a picture tells 1000 words. Here at ZDNet Australia, we've compiled 25 of the year's best tech photos so you didn't have to read so much.
Fujitsu plans to bring Azure capabilities into its Stevenage datacentre next year and to start offering migration services for Microsoft's cloud platform
Following months of speculation, IT service provider Fujitsu has revealed it plans to deploy Microsoft Azure services in Australia using local infrastructure.
Toyota's Australian division has revealed it will upgrade its desktop fleet to Windows 7 as part of a new four-year IT services deal with its incumbent supplier Fujitsu.
Microsoft unveils Azure appliance with Dell, Fujitsu and HP
The company has launched a private cloud offering that will also be repackaged and resold with optional services from companies including Fujitsu, Dell and HP
Overnight, Microsoft announced the creation of an Azure appliance which HP, Dell and Fujitsu will sell and use to deliver Azure services to customers, both on premise and in company datacentres — a development that could lead to a much more local Azure.
Microsoft put some hardware meat around its Azure cloud computing system as it forged bundling deals with Fujitsu, Hewlett-Packard and Dell. The move better positions Azure for so-called private cloud computing deployments.
Microsoft is making good on its promise to allow enterprise customers buy Windows Azure preconfigured in datacenter containers from selected partners.On Juy 12, the company took the wraps off the name for this offering -- Windows Azure Platform Appliance -- and said Dell, Fujitsu and Hewlett Packard were all -to sell this offering.
Fujitsu and Microsoft will share datacentres worldwide in a bid to catch up to Google and other pioneers in the business of providing software and computing services online, the Nikkei reported on Friday.
CSIRO today confirmed it had initiated patent infringement lawsuits in the US District Court against carriers AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon over its much sought-after Wi-Fi patent.
Despite Microsoft Azure entering the cloud computing market later than competitors, such as Google and Force.com, its launch is likely to make large ripples, proving that first come is not always best served.
If I hear the word "cloud computing" mentioned one more time in the next month I am going to petition Kevin Rudd to create an ombudsman to deal with the matter.
Microsoft, Fujitsu and Asus have settled with Australian research body Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) over its US wireless patents.
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