Integ Group has introduced iTaaS Conference Centre software-as-a-service, enabling conferencing via audio, web and video.
While CIOs continue to focus on maximising the value of their data centre investments, we’ll see vendors develop technologies like virtualisation and automation that will help to drive down costs and improve quality of service as they mature and gain traction. HP’s Mark Nielsen outlines how customers will benefit from increasing flexibility of choice for their infrastructure, either by building it themselves, outsourcing it or tapping into cloud-related services.
Business process management (BPM) was unheard of just a few years ago, but the concept has now taken centre stage to become one of today’s most discussed business and technology management trends. Software AG’s Stephen Keys outlines the genesis of BPM and how it has evolved.
AARNet, the pioneer of the internet in Australia, has launched a book to commemorate its historical milestones. It is still going from strength to strength and will not rest on its so far admirable achievements, with a role to play as a testbed for the NBN and ensuring the regional blackspots, such as between Geraldton and Perth in Western Australia, are covered.
Mater Health Services, which operates the Mater group of seven Queensland hospitals, has linked over 95 clinical systems to fulfil their vision for a single Electronic Patient Record (EPR) by implementing the InterSystems Ensemble rapid integration and development platform.
Eaton has introduced the Kyoritsu high-performance Digital Multimeter range. The range includes four models: the 1051, 1052, 1061 and 1062.
AMP NETCONNECT has introduced the SL Series AMP-TWIST Side Entry modular jack, the side entry jack, fully-compatible, 10Gig connector.
The NetEvents APAC conference second day in Singapore promises to be just as interesting as the first day. The last debate will really encompass everything that has been analysed over the two days.
A two-day conference on 19 and 20 November in Singapore on advances in networking and telecoms is being run by the UK NetEvents team. The first day's agenda is outlined here and will be followed tomorrow by the second day's proceedings.
For the second year in a row, Dell is the only technology company to make the finalist list for the the Advancement of Women by the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency (EOWA) at the 2009 Business Achievement Awards.
HP's long line of acquisitions has resulted in the addition of 3Com, which industry pundits say will create a networking industry powerhouse with an edge-to-data centre set of solutions with global reach. The acquisition includes H3C, the jointly owned company of Huawei and 3Com and TippingPoint, the network security company.
A survey has revealed that CFOs will still spend on IT systems to reduce costs and increase efficiencies.
Datacom remains an exception to the general rule when it comes to green IT.
Data#3's survey of CIOs and IT managers reveals three top issues on the impact of Windows 7.
University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is delivering information faster to students by using an IBM business intelligence system, Cognos 8.3, as its new student management reporting tool.