As it trumpeted news of Vista SP1's scheduled release Wednesday, Microsoft Corp. also quietly said it would delay Windows Server 2008, the next version of its server operating system.
Storage remains a bear to manage -- and few signs point to significant improvement. The solution? Let someone else do it.
Shadow minister for communications and IT Stephen Conroy has smashed the federal government's Australia Connected initiative and promised to wipe out the broadband taskforce if Labor wins government.
The Victorian Department of Human Services (DHS) has implemented MySource Matrix, as its content management system (CMS).
The Queensland government has inked a three year contract with Australian ICT services company Data 3 which will save $20 million over the next 12 months.
The United Nations (UN) is the latest victim in a string of hacking attacks aimed at identity and credit card theft, and building botnet hordes.
The IT department as we know it, will no longer exist after 2012. Not only will there be a radical shift in skill sets but the traditional IT shop is likely to have a different name with IT managers even sporting new titles like innovation manager or director of processes.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have come up with a way to measure visual clutter, a breakthrough that could help everyone from fighter pilots to Web site designers.
The Brazilian organization in charge of technical standards has decided to vote "no, with conditions" to Microsoft's Office Open XML document format during an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) meeting on Sunday.
The NSW government has awarded a landline and mobile phone product and services contract to Message Stick Communications as part of its "People First" ICT plan to slash its telecommunications spend by more than $50 million a year.
Repeated attempts by the federal government to get the $1.1 billion Access Card legislation through parliament has stalled with future plans for the smart card now on hold until at least 2008.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released a warning of a scam email that purports to be from the 'Australian Office of Fair Trading', but carries a potentially dangerous payload.
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) is expanding its use of RFID tags following successful pilots to more than two dozen locations around the globe.
The University of Wollongong, south of Sydney, has moved from a tape-based backup system to disk-based NAS dramatically reducing restoration times and allowing for inter-site disaster recovery.
Software as a service is forecast by Gartner to grow at 22.1 percent until 2011 for the aggregate enterprise application software markets -- more than double the 9 percent growth rate expected in the market as a whole.
Acer Computer Australia has won a contract with the Australian Bureau of Statistics worth more than $4 million.
South Australian Democrats Senator, Natasha Stott Despoja, today introduced a private Bill to parliament seeking the introduction of laws which force businesses to notify consumers of a data security breach involving their personal information.
The IIA's CEO Peter Coroneos has welcomed the Federal Government's plan to protect Australians online following prime minister John Howard's recent announcement of an $189 million plan to improve Internet safety by using filtering services to ISPs and providing free software for home use.
The Federation for Identity and Cross-Credentialing Systems (FiXs) -- a little-known group of non-profits, government contractors, commercial entities, and government agencies -- has recently unveiled a first-of-its-kind global infrastructure to support distributed, integrated identity management and cross-credentialing across organizations. The implementation combines several existing security technologies along with a set of trusted models, policies, and operating rules to insure the accurate identity of personnel accessing physical sites or logical systems.
In an interesting tale of penguins giving life to penguins, the smash hit animated feature film Happy Feet was creating with Linux servers and desktops, in addition to Windows 2000 and XP.
Australian tech chiefs continue to embrace digital transformation strategies at accelerated rates.
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