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  • ​BT Global Services in cybersecurity, AI push

    BT Global Services is putting the final touches on a new purpose-built cyber security operations centre in Sydney as the organisation looks to triple worldwide revenue from its security business over the next three years.

    Written by Byron Connolly10 Feb. 17 13:55
  • ​Tech leaders detail security strategies

    The threat of cyberattacks continues to overwhelm many organisations, and it’s simply not a matter of ‘if’ but ‘when’ corporate networks will be breached by hackers.

    Written by Byron Connolly24 Nov. 15 15:50
  • Fire & Rescue NSW unveils new mobililty strategy

    Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) sees a future where its 7,500 staff can access technology services anywhere from any unmanaged, web-connected device, as the organisation re-engineers its back-end systems to support a mobility strategy.

    Written by Shahida Sweeney21 Aug. 14 10:29
  • QLD government to roll out Office 365

    The Queensland government is rolling out Microsoft Office 365 to 149,000 government staff across its agencies in a deal that is expected to reduce its IT costs by $13.7 million over the next three years.

    Written by Byron Connolly10 April 14 11:09
  • 7 Things You May Not Know About Microsoft Office

    This isn't your parent's Microsoft Office. Recent activity culminating with the SharePoint Conference 2014 shows that Microsoft is making its Office suite more social, more integrated with both home-grown and acquired Microsoft technologies, more analytical and more cloud-friendly.

    Written by Paul Rubens18 March 14 09:01
  • Why Microsoft SharePoint Faces a Challenging Future

    Many enterprises use and like SharePoint. Microsoft likes it, too, because it's one of the company's fastest-growing product lines. But making enterprises support separate cloud and on-premises versions and telling SharePoint app developers not to work in C# and ASP.NET may make for a rocky relationship as time goes by.

    Written by Jonathan Hassell04 Dec. 13 13:55
  • MTC overcomes data lag with IT transformation

    A lag in data transmission was causing issues at not-for-profit employment and training provider, MTC Australia, until it embarked on a data centralisation project.

    Written by Hamish Barwick16 Sept. 13 13:49
  • Microsoft rolls out Office 365 family plan

    Microsoft is rolling out a family plan for its Office 365 service that supports up to five machines under a single subscription, which the company says is enough to cover a typical household.

    Written by Tim Greene29 Jan. 13 17:02
  • Office 365 email conks out twice within a week

    Microsoft's Office 365 service has suffered two email outages within a week of each other that affected some customers in North and South America that stemmed from different causes but ended in the same result: failed email delivery.

    Written by Tim Greene14 Nov. 12 18:49
  • AT&T rolls out cloud-based Microsoft Office

    Seeking to beef up its products and services for small and midsize businesses, AT&T Monday announced that it will offer Microsoft Office 365 as a cloud-based service.

    Written by Brandon Butler12 Nov. 12 22:47
  • Microsoft Office 365 vs. Google Apps for Business

    The battle between <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/subnets/microsoft/">Microsoft</a> and Google for office cloud dominance reminds me of the clash of the Titans. Microsoft and its classic on-premises business model is like Gaia, the earth goddess, and Google with its disruptive lightening bolt, is like Zeus, a sky god and a next generation kind of god.

    Written by Julie Bort02 Nov. 11 21:34
  • Curtin Uni moves to Microsoft Cloud

    Curtin University has moved its email and collaboration apps to Microsoft’s Cloud, with students now having anywhere anytime access to university files thanks to the rollout.

    Written by Lisa Banks14 Sept. 11 08:37
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