Highly functional personal devices are increasingly being adopted as technology tools in enterprise IT environments. This represents yet another challenge for CIOs and senior IT managers trying to use standards and frameworks-based IT service management (ITSM) processes for better governance and business benefits.
The news that music retailer HMV was going into administration was broken to the world by one disgruntled ex-employee who hijacked the company’s Twitter account and tweeted “There are over 60 of us being fired at once!" among other pithy comments that concluded with a final update reading: "Just overheard our marketing director (he's staying, folks) ask 'How do I shut down Twitter?'”
CA Technologies has unveiled an app that enables C-level executives to manage IT investments from their iPads.
Modern CIOs need to become "brokers of technology" as the move from distributed to cloud computing places pressure on them to deliver IT infrastructure in an era where consumers are in control.
Microsoft Australia has warned enterprise customers that they only have one year left of Windows XP support and security updates.
Since joining Adelaide law firm Johnson Winter & Slattery (JWS) in 2011 as CIO, Ross Forgione has introduced technology designed to help the firm’s practioners.
Offering employees a choice of approved devices may provide more control for IT compared to allowing them to bring any smartphone or tablet they want.
The NRL expects to win “massive cost savings” from a new bring your own device (BYOD) strategy, according to the rugby league’s IT manager, Maurice Veliz.
Facebook's News Feed is a popular landing page for photos and updates from friends, but now it can also function as a digital storefront of sorts, through a partnership with e-commerce startup Chirpify.
BlackBerry seeks to win back Australian business from rivals after a late realisation that it must adapt to the growing trend of bring your own device (BYOD), BlackBerry executives said at the BlackBerry 10 launch in Australia.
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