The Experts Conference survey predicts cloud computing, virtualisation and identity federation will be key issues for 2011.
Migrating to a new operating system (OS) can be a mammoth task for organisations - from hardware compatibility checks, system requirement planning, backup of important data, down to the actual execution to hundreds or thousands of systems across an organisation and its remote offices.
Energy Australia goes with smart grid infrastructure to improve reliability.
The Peoplebank Intermedium Federal ICT Labour Hire Index tracks reduced reliance on - and demand spikes for - ICT skills.
Australian organisations are doing well when it comes to security but could do better.
Indian outsourcing company MphasiS sets up on University of Wollongong campus.
Software from NICTA spin-out company Open Kernel Labs has secured one million mobile handsets.
As national broadband company Internode this week passes the 12-month milestone for its public trial of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), the company expects 2011 will be “crunch time” for the internet.
Tellabs will create an innovation solutions research lab in Australia which is expected to generate up to 25 jobs by the end of 2011.
Frost & Sullivan reports the video communications market reaches $52.6 million as government and professional services firms step up deployments.
New research by Check Point and the Ponemon Institute has revealed nearly half of Australian employees rarely or never consider security issues when engaging in social networking sites, downloading internet applications, opening links or video streaming. This apathetic attitude can put organisations at severe risk, particularly as Web 2.0 presents increasingly sophisticated threats. It’s time employees took responsibility for their actions in the workplace.
CommScope, provider of infrastructure solutions for communication networks, has entered into a merger agreement with the Carlyle Group in a transaction valued at $3.9 billion.
CPS Technology Group, a provider of integrated contact centre, unified messaging and hosted cloud and on premise-based solutionst has acquired Accent Business Technology (Accent), a provider of business technology solutions specialising in unified communications, mobility solutions, corporate IT solutions, integrated communication solutions and managed services.
In a coup for the city, the Gold Coast has ‘outgunned’ rival cities to lure international IT specialist IBM to establish a new software development team.
Australia’s peculiar political predicament - a hung federal parliament - could mean any number of things for the national e-health network. Andrew Collins talks to the experts to find out how the national network is coming along and what the future may hold.