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Consolidation and convergence make networking an interesting area of technology at present.
Greg Abbiss, Gen-i’s Principal Architect BI/CRM, says more businesses need to use BI in order to make better decisions.
IS BI DEAD?
How will business intelligence software evolve in a changing climate?
Print’s shifting landscape 2010
Forecast changes in the printer market are likely to see the emergence of five ‘mega-vendors’ in years to come, so it will pay to back your horses wisely.
Oceanus UK acquires Australian IT firm Erilis
"This acquisition is the next logical step in our evolution," says Nick Rowley, CEO of Oceanus.
Citrix breaks down cloud barriers
Security and cost concerns are the biggest barriers in cloud adoption, according to the virtualisation, networking and SaaS firm.
Microsoft launches new MultiPoint Server
New server will increase affordable computing in educational facilities by allowing multiple users to simultaneously share one computer using multiple screens, says Microsoft.
The new architecture
As Gartner analysts have rightly pointed out, the recession has not affected the "virtualisation juggernaut"; it shows no signs of diminishing.
The selling point
Digital signage must be tackled as part of the overall business strategy to succeed.
Despite a tougher economic climate, security remains a must-have item and has allocated budget.
iPhone sales doubled in 2009
Apple doubled its iPhone sales in 2009 and now holds the third largest global market share in smartphones, according to a new report from Gartner.
The information glut
Data is the principal asset for any organisation.
Where to put it – & why The future for storage sales lies in software and services.
The state of play<br />As digital media usage soars, so too does the need for ways to store it – by 2011 the digital universe will be 10 times the size it was in 2006 (IDC).
The Systems Advantage
The potential of open source virtualisation for enterprises.
Open source virtualisation
Open source is not for wimps.
Riverbed cashes in on NZ need for WAN optimisation
The Ministry of Maori Development is the latest organisation to adopt Riverbed WAN optimisation solutions, and the company’s ANZ managing director Steve Dixon is in the country to persuade more local organisations to come on board.
IT spending to grow
It has been the worst year ever in terms of IT spending, according to research firm Gartner, but shifts in purchasing patterns spell bluer skies for the coming year.
Don’t underestimate Windows 7 migration, says FrontRange
FrontRange Solutions is advising those planning to switch to Windows 7 to plan thoroughly in order to avoid unnecessary delays and costs.
Comply or forfeit
Compliance requirements cannot be ignored.
More bang for your bandwith buck
Users have high expectations about the speed it should take to send and receive large files.
The new age of outsourcing
Keeping everything in-house may no longer be the best move, in terms of containing costs and generating fresh revenue.
GREEN IT - HOW TO MAKE THE GREEN CARD VALUABLE
Green IT has been around for some time now and has taken on a number of guises, from energy effi ciency to more easily recyclable products.
Focus on the future
How you treat customers who can’t spend now will affect your business in the future.
GeekGirl on silver linings
<span style="font-size: 14pt;">Karen Monks talks about cloud computing, in-house data systems and everything in between.