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  • News: Safari 6 available for Mountain Lion and Lion, but not Windows

    Apple's latest version of its native web browser--Safari 6--debuted on Wednesday as part of Mountain Lion. It's available for Lion users, too. But one set of folks won't ever be able to upgrade their copies of Safari past version number five: Windows users.

  • News: Businesses Fill Hadoop Skills Needs With Partners

    Enterprises are adopting Hadoop faster than they can hire IT talent to build and maintain these distributed computing deployments. To fill the gap, many are turning to partners that can offer a mix of Hadoop consulting, software development and training services.

  • News: Councils win £250,000 in O2 mobile competition

    Four councils are to share £250,000 in grants from the O2 Future Fund after a competition across the local authority sector.

  • News: Are Foreign Cloud Providers Exploiting Privacy Concerns?

    Tech officials are warning House subcommittee members that foreign cloud services providers are trying to exploit perceived weaknesses in privacy laws to drive business away from U.S. providers.

  • News: Obama administration supports new cybersecurity bill

    U.S. President Barack Obama's administration "strongly supports" a new cybersecurity bill scheduled to be debated on the Senate floor soon, even though some of its provisions are watered down from earlier legislation, the White House Office of Management and Budget said Thursday.

  • News: G-Clouds online catalogue Cloudstore suffers glitch

    The government’s online catalogue for the public sector to purchase cloud services, Cloudstore, suffered technical problems yesterday that left users unable to search for suppliers and products.

  • News: Allegations over fake Twitter followers stir Italian political storm

    A communications expert claimed last week that more than half of the Twitter followers of the rising star of Italian politics were fake, sparking a fierce controversy over the use of Internet as a political instrument.

  • News: The 5 hottest IT jobs right now

    If you're an IT professional with experience building mobile or cloud applications, it's a good time to be job hunting. That's because the number of job openings in these areas is up dramatically from last summer.

  • News: Industry Analysts from PwC Demystify Big Data

    Big Data implementation for organisations is driven by the need for a faster response time, enterprise-wide risk management and on demand risk analytics for a variety of purposes stated Sudipta Ghosh, Associate Director, Consulting-BI, PwC India at the recently concluded Computerworld India IT Roadmap three-city conference.

  • News: All eyes on Apple with it set to take security public

    In a first, Apple manager scheduled to take stage Thursday at Black Hat to discuss security technologies in iOS

  • Opinion: Internet Titans Team Up to Form Lobbying Group

    Several major Internet companies, including Google, eBay, Amazon and Facebook, are joining forces to create a lobbying group that educates lawmakers about how the Internet affects their districts. According to Reuters, the group will be called the Internet Association, and it will officially launch in September 2012.

  • News: IBM Beats Indiana in Outsouring Case No One 'Deserves to Win'

    A rare and costly judgment in favor of the IT service provider yields lessons about the folly of public sector mega outsourcing deals, the importance of a detailed contract, and why IT can't outsource responsibility.

  • News: Australian Grand Prix Corporation accelerates CRM

    Motorsport authority, Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC), is using a new customer relationship management (CRM) system to entice Australian and New Zealand corporate Formula 1 and Motorcycle Grand Prix fans to sign up for entertainment packages rather than watching the events at home.

  • News: NSW Trade & Investment begins three-year ERP consolidation

    New South Wales Trade & Investment has embarked on a three-year enterprise resource planning (ERP) consolidation project designed to save the government department up to $12.5 million per annum in IT service costs.

  • News: Three Ways to Make Gmail Easier to Live With

    Making the move from Outlook (or another mail client) to Gmail can be jarring. It means giving up the folder system you've used for years, getting accustomed to an entirely new interface, and so on.

  • News: Key NHS information strategy leader steps down

    Katie Davis, managing director for the Department of Health’s NHS Informatics division, will be stepping down from her position in the near future to focus on being a full-time mum to her two children.

  • News: Beijing targets online political rumors, following public outrage over rain storm

    A Beijing government official said this week the city would crackdown on Internet users spreading political rumors that attack Chinese Communist party leaders, after authorities arrested 5,007 people suspected of online illegal activities.

  • News: Lessons from a Big iPad Enterprise Adopter

    Paul Lanzi sits quietly in the corner of a large table at a fancy restaurant in San Francisco, with other so-called tablet experts. He's listening to a bunch of talking heads—bloggers, marketers and pundits—prattle on about iPads in the enterprise.

  • News: US groups: Foreign cloud providers marketing against privacy concerns

    Cloud computing services from outside the U.S. are trying to exploit perceived weaknesses in privacy laws to drive business away from U.S. providers, according to some representatives of the tech industry.

  • News: Microsoft Build comes home to Redmond

    Hoping to capitalize on the excitement around the pending Windows 8 launch, Microsoft has announced this year's dates for its premier developer conference, Build 2012, which will be held Oct. 30 through Nov. 2 on the company's Redmond, Washington, corporate campus.



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