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Big Data drives software market growth
"Leveraging the social dimension of the Internet keeps fueling the Collaboration growth, much of which is in the form of software as a service."
The Public Cloud: Don’t rain on the enterprise parade
The public cloud today is a bit of a double-edged sword...
Why enterprises must embrace wearable tech...
Once widespread consumer adoption takes place, the enterprise is never far behind – whether it’s ready or not.
Digital businesses will spot opportunities in a matter of seconds
"To compete in digital business, enterprises must digitalize their models, and rethink their value in a world of people, business and things..."
Partners: Know which Office 365 SKU to sell...
For the benefit of channel partners across New Zealand, The Channel explains which Office 365 SKU to sell to clients.
HP: Top enterprise security threats
HP has published the Cyber Risk Report 2013, identifying top enterprise security vulnerabilities and providing analysis of the expanding threat landscape.
Symantec showcases enterprise level backup solution
Symantec has announced the latest version of its NetBackup solution, bringing new functionality to protect the largest scale VMware-based environments as enterprises move to a software-defined data centre architecture.
Why security networks need to grow up...
The most fundamental change in the evolution of the information security ecosystem in response to the sophistication of cyber threats is the increased reliance on human investigation and manual incident response when an enterprise is faced with an advanced threat.
Fujitsu delivers BYOD service for enterprises
Fujitsu has introduced the next generation of ‘market-making’ cloud platform service, enabling CIOs to harness the broad potential of cloud with the complete business agility and innovation that cloud delivers.
Good Technology reports significant growth in enterprise applications adoption
Total device activations for the quarter rose nearly 60 percent from the same time last year, indicating that the rise of mobility continues to grow at a staggering pace.
Is enterprise mobile fast maturing?
Enterprise mobile is fast maturing from a niche tool to become a core business platform, according to industry analysts Ovum.
Enterprise mobility future
A $20 mobile paradigm was one of the visions touted at IDC’s recent Enterprise Mobility Conference, as Heather Wright discovered.
Radical changes for the enterprise landscape by 2020?
Future employees will face a very different work life from today – never tethered to one location and able to share and access knowledge more easily.
Enterprise cloud services to grow US$31.9 billion by 2017
Worldwide revenue set to expand despite being slower that previous forecasts.
Enterprise developers ready apps for BB10
A host of applications for the workplace developed by enterprises and enterprise developers will be available when BlackBerry 10 launches on January 30.
It affects every CIO
Enterprise networking always was a complex environment...
Business Analyst as change agent
How understanding the psychology of change can help analysts smooth the process for enterprises.
Cloud Sherpas merge with GlobalOne, secure $US20m in funding
Google partner joins forces with consulting firm in bid to take charge of the cloud in ANZ.
Technology to fight online threat
For the tech-smart retailer, looming online shopping threats will not be the final word. David Fenner, general manager for Enterprise Solutions, Motorola Solutions Australia and New Zealand, provides tips for the retailer
Enterprises turning to Apple
Spending on Macs and iPads by businesses to double by 2013: report.
Top UC trends
Here are some of the trends identified by the New Zealand Unified Communications Market Report 2011 from Frost & Sullivan:
HP makes enterprise appointments
HP appoints new leadership in regions enterprise services business.
The wonderful world of Enterprise 2.0
Web 2.0 is the term used to describe the second generation of the World Wide Web.