There is no doubt that the twin storms of cloud and mobility are transforming the business landscape.
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The software-defined data centre, and how it affects you
How far will software-defined solutions, including networks and data centres, take you on the road to IT maturity?
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Computerworld Australia, in partnership with Cisco and EMC, is conducting a nationwide survey on how IT organisations are employing or planning to employ converged infrastructure.
By participating in Computerworld’s Converged Infrastructure Survey , you have the opportunity of winning one an iPad mini valued at $349. Simply answer the question: Which technology will most change the role of the IT Department over the next five years and why?" The survey opens on 12th of June 2014 and closes on 12th July, 2014. The prize draw will take place on 28th July, 2014.
In a bizarre move, the anonymous managers of the TrueCrypt open-source encryption project abruptly pulled the plug on the effort without explanation.
The Global 2014 Mobile Media Usage survey is now live, quizzing you on your smartphone and tablet habits and media consumption.
How the London Underground and Coca-cola Amatil are tapping into the Internet of Things.
Sprint doubled down on high quality smartphone sound on Tuesday by introducing an exclusive version of the HTC One (M8) featuring HD Audio sound.
Emergency room physicians at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center are four months into a pilot program where they are using Google's computerized eyeglasses to help treat patients.
The autonomous underwater robot that began searching for the missing Malaysian airliner Monday ran into trouble on its initial mission but is expected to try again today.
When it comes to IT pay, some industries fare much better than others. Find out who the winners and losers are in our 2014 Salary Survey.
As expected, Microsoft today announced Office for the iPad at a press event in San Francisco led by CEO Satya Nadella.
A trial conducted earlier this month by NBN Co and optical transmission equipment supplier Coriant reached speeds of 1 terabit per second over a 1066 kilometre loop of fibre in Toowoomba, Queensland. The trial on NBN Co’s transit network demonstrated a 35 per cent improvement in spectral efficiency, according to Coriant.