Human augmentation may seem to some like science fiction, but it's coming to the enterprise, and you need to start preparing for its eventual arrival.
Some organisations are allowing employees to bring their own PCs onto the network, as part of formal BYOPC programs. But these schemes can carry hidden licensing costs.
Large-sized LCD displays have limitations – poor aspect ratio, high power consumption and low resolution. A technological breakthrough has enabled high quality visual resizing opening up new display opportunities.
HP will pay more than AU$115 million in fines and its Russian subsidiary will plead guilty to bribing government officials, following an investigation involving US law enforcement.
The latest in network performance monitoring and diagnostics delivers network engineers a single view of critical applications AND the network infrastructure they run on. This can result in enhanced productivity, cost savings and faster problem-solving - welcome to the world of application-aware network performance management, or AANPM.
NT government department DCIS has contracted IBM to provide a new mainframe system, as part of its regular four-year IT refresh.
Oracle has won a deal to provide the hardware for a project by HealthShare NSW - NSW Health's shared services arm - to deploy a new technology platform.
The NZ government's proposal to regulate lower wholesale broadband prices is an even-handed approach, which could be key to the success of its UFB fibre project.
NBN contractor Syntheo will pull out of NBN construction in South Australia and Western Australia in early 2014, after the company and NBN Co “mutually agreed” not to renew existing contracts that will soon expire.
The National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) HPC centre has formally launched the 1.2 Petaflop Raijin supercomputer.
CA Chorus Infrastructure Management for Networks and Systems integrates system, network and DB2 for z/OS performance management applications into a single interface.
Office printing can be quite costly for businesses small and large. And while some organisations have implemented basic measures to reduce printing costs, there’s potential to cut these costs even further.
An Australian technology product recycling program has set a Guinness World Record for the most e-waste collected for recycling in one week.
ComfortDelgro and Cabcharge (CDC) has replaced its old printer fleet with new print devices and technologies. The company is saving 40% on its total monthly cost per copy fee and getting 15,000 pages per toner, compared to the 2000 of the previous system - an increase of 750%.
In news this week, Facebook revealed its potentially lucrative Graph Search engine, anonymous sources claimed that Dell is going private and news agencies everywhere declared the PC as dead.