HPE's cloud story remains complicated. While the company has left the public cloud behind, it will continue to offer its OpenStack-based Helion 3.0 as a private cloud.
Premium Finance Services has paid AU$34,000 after employing a third-party call centre that made telemarketing calls to phone numbers listed on the DNC Register.
ANZ has said the first half of the 2016 financial year was a 'challenging period', reporting that statutory profit after tax dropped 22 percent.
The NSW government has announced the resurrection of the state government CIO, adding the word digital to the title in a bid to keep up with the evolving nature of the role.
When it comes to big data, NSW Innovation Minister Victor Dominello believes it is one of the greatest assets held by government, but is of little value when it's buried away in bureaucracy.
Microsoft has sold its stake in Caradigm, a joint healthcare venture it had formed with GE Healthcare in 2011, for an undisclosed amount.
Meanwhile, the U.S. International Trade Commission was due to announce its final decision this afternoon regarding in a case Samsung had filed against Nvidia.
If a highly visible member of the tech press can't get a social account fixed, users are screwed. Maybe these communications giants could benefit from some government regulation.
Google Chrome is my browser of choice, but it does have a habit of consuming a lot of system RAM. Also, there are times when it seems to start feeling a bit sluggish. Fortunately, these problems are easy to fix.