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More privacy safeguards with world-first data marketplace
“The lure of significant productivity and social benefits has driven an increase in government open data policies and data sharing among corporates."
Smartphone sales down, but 'Phablets' are in
"Over the past two years, high-priced flagship phablets from the likes of Apple, Samsung, and LG have set the bar for power, performance, and design."
Adobe CEO speaks about digital disruption at Symposium
The annual Adobe Symposium was held in Sydney on 26 July.
Infinera helping wholesale telcos to rethink their business model
We look at the challenges that telco service providers are facing. We uncover the answer to one of their issues.
Hortonworks releases latest big data tool set
“The Big Data market shows no signs of slowing down, and Hortonworks is well positioned to power the future of data."
Real benefits of the Internet of Things is in business
Intelligent software and cloud services are really where the rubber hits the road. That is what makes these IoT devices valuable to business.
Is virtual reality ruining our society?
We gaze into the future and the impact of digital communications and virtual reality.
Opinion: Is social media destroying our photos?
Photo sharing apps are changing the role of photos, you could say.
Slingshot launches anti-porn control switch
“While we can’t bubble-wrap our kids, we can certainly put measures in place to help mitigate online risks and bring the topic to the surface."
Adobe names its Digital Marketing Partner of the Year
“Thanks to the standout work from our partners, we’re seeing more customers activating new partner integrations with Adobe Marketing Cloud than ever."
Pricing announced for HP's radical new mobility solution
Hewlett Packard's HP Elite x3, touted as "The one device that’s every device", is now available in the US for $799 - approximately $NZ1138 or $AU1064.
Five years of digital disruption for Adobe in the creative industry
A lot has happened in the five years since software giant Adobe embraced the cloud.
What is DataCenterNews?
This exciting new site covers all areas of the data center scene:Technology advancements, networks and storage, managed services and cloud.
Govt IT modernisation driving public sector services
“While headwinds remain, disruptive technology adoption provides well‐positioned vendors the opportunity to realise growth objectives during 2016."
Hands-on review: Intel NUC NUC6i7KYK Mini PC - a little powerhouse
We just can't fault this very impressive device from Intel. It's small, very powerful, has heaps of connection options and it looks damn fine.
New release: HP Elite X3 - the one device that's every device
A revolutionary new device from HP for a whole new type of mobile workforce
Anti-virus and anti-malware competition to heat up with new entrant
Compared to other areas of security protection, endpoint security hasn't been a hotbed of innovation in recent years. Has all of that just changed?
The tool that lets large business fight back the digital disrupters
Cloud, big data, business intelligence and other modern technologies come together in a new enterprise tool.
NetSuite addresses challenges of the modern world with latest offerings
“NetSuite has a long track record of supporting software companies throughout their evolution, from start-up, to fast-growth, to global enterprises."
Radical transition for testing equipment provider Ixia
Ixia started as a manufacturer of testing & measurement hardware. In the last 2-3 years they've expanded network testing solutions for telco services.
New security vendor focused on isolation with Fujitsu deal
Menlo Security is an up-and-coming security vendor in Silicon Valley. Its laser focus is on web security. But don’t misunderstand this old fashioned.
Why STT Connect choose Dell Networking for SDN transition
STT Connect is a cloud service provider headquartered in Singapore with global ambitions.
Clever security offering making money for telco service providers
Wedge Networks is offering up security-as-a-service, giving telco service providers a point of differentiation - and high margins.
Two clothing brands tackle ERP transitions into the cloud
It’s normal for businesses to work with smaller, less expensive systems during their early years. But as they grow, greater flexibility is required.