Articles about CEBIT
The average lifespan of the traditional enterprise is plummeting rapidly, largely due to inability to adapt to today's fast changing technologies.
Leading enterprise vendors, including Software AG, shift their stacks to in-memory, promising greater capabilities for cross-enterprise data analysis.
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.
Senator Kate Lundy yesterday announced the creation of an IT supplier advocate role, as part of a wider initiative to improve business relationships between small to medium local businesses and the government.
Patch Monday delivers the verdict on a build of Microsoft's next version of its Office suite that has found its way on the internet. We look at what happened in the Federal Budget as well as discuss the fallout from CeBIT.
ZDNet Australia hosted the third annual Emerging Technology Innovation Awards in conjunction with CeBIT 2009.
Hannover Fairs' giant CeBIT conference is on at Darling Harbour again this year, and our photographers were there to catch all the action. Check out the biggest booths, the weirdest tech, and the giant smiles welcoming potential customers.
How valuable was the experience of attending CeBIT Australia 2008?
Former privacy commissioner Malcolm Crompton says governments are not doing enough to attract citizens to use their online services due to an overly risk-averse and closed-minded approach to liability and privacy.
In conjunction with CeBIT Australia 2008, ZDNet Australia has announced Bulletproof Networks' Dedicated VM Hosting platform as the winner of the Emerging Innovation Award.
Australian government CIO Ann Steward has outlined new regulations and procurement strategies aimed at preventing government agencies from making poor investment choices in ICT.
Catch up on all the latest breaking news from the CeBIT Australia show floor in Sydney.
Australians are great at getting new ideas to work in the laboratory but fail at commercialising them. The answer could be anything from making ICT gurus into rock stars or joining the European competitiveness and innovation framework program, according to a panel discussion at CeBIT today.
Open source might get a better look-in within government, says Senator Kate Lundy, if those responsible for purchasing decisions were forced by policy to evaluate all the options on the market.