Articles about CEBIT
CeBIT Australia 2008, the local incarnation of the world's biggest ICT trade show, opens in Sydney tomorrow with this year's fair expecting 35,000 visitors, including 1,500 from overseas.
Disc, a German optical data storage supplier, has unveiled a Blu-ray based mini-archive for small businesses and home offices.
At CeBIT 2008, Asus had a massive presence and managed to draw crowds wanting to get a closer look at the new and improved 8.9-inch Asus Eee PC.
Europe's biggest information technology fair went green this year -- the problem was that there weren't many people around to notice.
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer has claimed that more efficient use of IT is one of the company's main priorities for the future despite the fact Microsoft has been widely criticised for producing resource-hungry software.
At the CeBit technology show in Hannover, the chief executive says the software giant is focusing on lowering energy consumption.
New hardware on show at CeBIT in Germany this year includes a Windows version of a low-power laptop and a notebook designed for air travel.
Many firsts were achieved at the recent IT trade show, CeBIT Australia 2007, in Sydney. Find out more plus check out our full coverage of the event.
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.
Electronic government took centre stage on the second day of CeBIT Australia 2007 in Sydney, with Ann Steward, chief information officer for the Australian government and special minister of state Gary Nairn addressing a full house. Extras: video and photo gallery.
CeBIT Australia is on again for 2007 with hundreds of IT products and services on display in addition to the conference, keynotes and forums. Join us as we take a photo tour of the exhibition halls.
The federal government has more work to do in ensuring business continuity within the e-government arena, according to Ann Steward, Australian government chief information officer. Steward, speaking at the e-Government Forum at CeBIT today, said business continuity was not new to government but it had to "step up in that regard".