IT Management > Application development & integration

Australia's first start-up festival to begin in September

27 August, 2013 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Startup Spring 2013 will be a three-week festival designed to promote local tech start-ups and encourage more Australians to become technology entrepreneurs.


40G applications and Category 8 standards

26 August, 2013

A new task group has been formed to study the concept of adding ISO/IEC Class II limits to the draft Category 8 cabling standard. The group will review existing Class II specifications and submit recommendations.

The formation of the group recognises advances in transmission technology needed for 40G applications. Download this white paper for more information. 


Micro Focus Enterprise Developer for IBM zEnterprise

06 August, 2013

Enterprise Developer for IBM zEnterprise is claimed to help customers optimise IBM mainframe application delivery.


Boffins develop ‘jigsaw puzzle’ software encryption

05 August, 2013

US computer scientists have developed a method for strongly encrypting software while allowing it to keep functioning as intended.


Siri-like voice technology coming to your enterprise

18 July, 2013

Natural language technology similar to that behind Google Now, Apple’s Siri and IBM’s Watson could soon find its way into the enterprise.


Startup Weekend Adelaide to run next week

04 July, 2013 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

At next week’s Startup Weekend Adelaide, entrepreneurs will meet up to discuss and develop apps that could form the basis of a credible start-up.


NZ bans software patents - sort of

14 May, 2013

The New Zealand government has declared that software alone cannot be patented under NZ law, in a move it hopes will please local software developers.


Compuware APM AJAX Edition 4 diagnostics tool

13 March, 2013

Compuware APM AJAX Edition 4 is a cross-browser diagnostics tool. The software helps developers test and diagnose performance issues across recent and legacy browser versions in Internet Explorer and Firefox.


Compuware Workbench mainframe application development interface

01 February, 2013

Compuware Workbench is a standardised point-and-click mainframe application development interface.


Micro Focus Rumba 9.0 terminal emulation

22 January, 2013

Micro Focus has released Rumba 9.0 and Rumba+, which enable organisations to modernise the end-user experience in isolation from the application code. This can help increase end-user productivity and satisfaction without the risks associated with heavy-duty modernisation development projects.


FrontRange HEAT Cloud 2012.3 ITSM platform

15 January, 2013

The HEAT Cloud 2012.3 ITSM platform is designed to support critical workflow-based service management tasks that range from service desk operations to more complex and configurable service management operations.


Application fluency for a high-quality user experience

31 October, 2012

Today the new converged enterprise network must be fluent in a variety of applications to deliver a high-quality, end-user experience. It must be engineered to remove the communications barriers imposed on users by siloed access networks and fragmented network services.


App stores - coming to an enterprise near you

03 October, 2012 by Brian Prentice, Research Vice President, Gartner*

The sheer number of mobile apps and the success of the app store model in delivering them has piqued the interest of many enterprises. The dynamics that drive public app stores are consistent with those that will ultimately drive private app stores in the enterprises, says Gartner Research Vice President Brian Prentice.


BlinkMobile Mobile Enterprise Application Platform for international languages

15 July, 2012

BlinkMobile has announced the launch of its international language version of the Blink Mobility Platform. The Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) is a cloud-based solution that enables enterprise-sized organisations to design, build, deploy and manage mobile services for internal and external users.


Windows 8 Consumer Preview now available

02 March, 2012

Microsoft last night launched a preview build of the upcoming Windows 8 operating system. Known as the ‘Consumer Preview’, the build is essentially a beta version of the OS and is available for download from Microsoft’s website.


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