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Apple's $682m patent loss; Melbourne IT buys UberGlobal; Google's Android for Work

03 March, 2015 by Andrew Collins

Apple ordered to pay $682m for infringing patents, Melbourne IT will acquire UberGlobal for $15.5m and Google announces Android for Work.


Tech Insights: Interview with Andrew MacKenzie, Professional Advantage

02 March, 2015

In our new Tech Insights series, we quiz industry leaders to get their views of what the year ahead holds for the IT world. Today we speak with Andrew MacKenzie, Sales Manager & Solution Advisor, Professional Advantage


Make your business intelligence implementation a success

27 February, 2015

Having an effective business intelligence (BI) process is what sets successful enterprises apart from the failures. Yet, according to Gartner, between 70% and 80% of BI implementations end in disaster.


Geek Weekly: Our top weird tech stories for 26 February

26 February, 2015

This week: Mercedes dismisses Apple car rumours, proton smasher to restart, computer school's embarrassing mistake, Oscars for tech developers and robot school comes to Sydney.


Lenovo's adware blunder, Telstra CEO quits, ex-Qualcomm director's insider trading

24 February, 2015 by Andrew Collins

This week: Telstra CFO Andy Penn to replace CEO David Thodey, Lenovo apologises for installing malware on laptops and an ex-Qualcomm director pleads guilty to insider trading.


Tech Insights: Interview with David de Laine, Clearswift's ANZ Region Director

23 February, 2015

In our new Tech Insights series, we quiz industry leaders to get their views of what the year ahead holds for the IT world. Today we speak with David de Laine, Clearswift's ANZ Region Director.


Geek Weekly: Our top weird tech stories for 19 February

19 February, 2015

This week: Britain to change road rules for robocars, Obama hotel's embarrassing IT fail, technical glitch halts European trading and cricketers using technology to beat fines.


Tech Insights: Interview with Shane Reid, Forum IT

18 February, 2015

In our new Tech Insights series, we quiz industry leaders to get their views of what the year ahead holds for the IT world. Today we speak with Shane Reid, General Manager of Forum IT.


Microsoft, Samsung settle Android dispute; Apple's electric car; US$900m cyber bank heist

17 February, 2015 by Andrew Collins

Microsoft and Samsung end dispute over Android royalties, Apple's secret electric vehicle project and cybercrims steal up to US$900m from banks.


Uni of Melbourne, SAS enter analytics partnership

17 February, 2015 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The University of Melbourne's Melbourne Business School and SAS have entered a partnership involving setting up a Master of Business Analytics program and researching advanced analytics strategies.


Tech Insights: Interview with Sharryn Millican, QlikTech

13 February, 2015

In our new Tech Insights series, we speak with industry leaders to get their views of what the year ahead holds for the IT world. Today we speak with Sharryn Millican, QlikTech's vice president and regional director for Australia and New zealand.


Geek Weekly: Our top weird tech stories for 12 February

12 February, 2015 by Jonathan Nally

Twitter CFO's account gets hacked, rare double failure was cause of airspace mess, computer glitch has Scottish bank holding onto your money and hair trigger missiles must go.


Symantec's US$17m patent case; NICTA, CSIRO to merge?; Telstra's new CIO

10 February, 2015 by Andrew Collins

US court orders Symantec to pay US$17m for violating patents, CSIRO's digital unit and NICTA could join forces and Erez Yarkoni is Telstra's new CIO.


IBM denies 110,000 layoff reports; BMW patches hackable cars; Australia launches cyberattacks

03 February, 2015 by Andrew Collins

IBM rejects reports of job cuts, BMW tackles a flaw that could have allowed hackers to unlock car doors and Australian cyberattacks outed.


Geek Weekly: Our top weird tech stories for 29 January

29 January, 2015

Did flight computers lead to crash?; tax office faces huge IT problem; TAFE teachers criticise IT failure; what to do with your old CRTs; and IT helpdesk funnies.


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