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  • News: Mobile video might make carriers, providers clash

    As mobile video finally starts to take off, making money from it remains a challenge, and content providers and carriers may clash over economics before they find a way to share the costs and benefits.

  • News: Budget Direct launches automated hail warning system

    Automotive insurer Budget Direct has launched a hail automated notification system (HANS) able to alert its customers via SMS of impending hail storms in their area.

  • News: Laithwaites Wine People looks to Cloud in customer service project

    Laithwaites Wine People has looked to the Cloud to improve its call centre operations, rolling out a public Cloud offering across its new 35 seat customer service centre in Sydney.

  • News: AOL/Microsoft/Yahoo ad deal: 'The devil is in the details'

    The partnership AOL, Yahoo and Microsoft announced last week to sell each other's "tier 2" display ad inventory could yield great benefits, but they need to pull off a complex integration of business and technology to make it work.

  • News: NZ businesses to spend $6.2 billion on IT

    IDC expects New Zealand's business IT market to grow from $5.1 billion in 2010 to $6.2 billion in 2015, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.1 percent per annum.

  • News: Project managers, SharePoint specialists in demand: survey

    There is a dearth of skilled Share-Point staffers in New Zealand, says Tom Derbyshire, manager for IT recruiting at Robert Walters.

  • News: iTunes Match: Many Apple IDs under one iCloud

    With iTunes Match's release on Monday, we've been discovering a slew of interesting tidbits about Apple's cloud-based music service. Our own Dan Moren went hands-on with iTunes Match earlier Monday, and we're putting together a set of answers to frequently-asked questions, too. To find out what people were curious about, we asked our Twitter followers for iTunes Match questions, and reader Michael Rodgers asked if Apple had "in any way addressed those of us with multiple iTunes accounts with DRM music."

  • News: PwC: False sense of security among China, HK firms

    Companies in China and Hong Kong have a false sense of security, said PwC recently when releasing results of its 2012 Global State of Information Security Survey.

  • News: Huawei buys out Symantec in joint venture

    Huawei Technologies will buy out the rest of a joint venture with Symantec for US$530 million, the companies announced on Monday.

  • News: Cloud Engines unveils Pogoplug Cloud mobile cloud storage

    Storage and sharing company Cloud Engines on Monday launched a new service called Pogoplug Cloud--a secure, cloud-based online space for storing and streaming content to and from mobile devices. Designed to integrate mobile devices with Pogoplug's existing cloud-based hardware and software storage products, Pogoplug Cloud allows users to customize their cloud experience.

  • News: Hands on with iTunes Match

    Perhaps no part of Apple's iCloud service has prompted as much interest as iTunes Match. You could attribute that to a number of factors, including Apple's industry-dominating music store, iTunes Match's library-matching system, and the fundamental integration with all of Apple's devices. But in general, I think it's the idea of having your music everywhere, always at your fingertips, that's really captured the interest of users.

  • News: CSIRO sourcing new servers, desktops, laptops

    The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) is on the hunt for a new provider for its desktops, laptops and servers for a period of up to five years.

  • News: 6 more cities getting AT&T LTE next week

    AT&T is accelerating its LTE deployments and will launch its LTE services in six cities next week.

  • News: Kindle Fire consensus: It's no iPad, but hey, it's cheap!

    While the early reviews for Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet have been less than glowing, they all agree that the device has the virtue of being cheap.

  • News: Google adds 24x7 phone support for all Apps business customers

    Addressing a major source of complaints with its Apps suite, Google has announced that it will now offer around-the-clock phone support for the core components in the Apps for Business version of the hosted collaboration and communication suite.

  • News: AT&T to add six more LTE cities on Sunday

    AT&T plans to add six more cities to its 4G LTE network on Nov. 20, bringing the total to 15 cities in the U.S.

  • News: Huawei wows Global Forum

    Brussels, Belgium -- The 20th annual Global Forum last week highlighted the growing power of Asian information industries, plus the formidable technology challenges facing IT professionals who grapple with increasingly urgent integration requirements as systems converge and people become more mobile.

  • News: VC4Africa extends tech support to Somaliland

    A year after a group of venture capitalists partnered to form Venture Capital for Africa (VC4Africa), their move to back a lab in Somaliland comes as a sign that tech entrepreneur funding in Africa is moving beyond traditional hubs like Johannesburg, Nairobi, Lagos and Accra.

  • News: How to Protect Your Smartphone from Bad Apps

    Today, the sheer number of people embracing smartphones makes those mobile devices and the data stored on them attractive targets to Bad Guys looking to access or steal your personal information. And though mobile malware isn't exactly a major issue at this point, it could be if those hackers and thieves have their way. But you can, and you should, do your best to protect your device and your data.

  • News: 4 spear-phishing hooks for the holidays

    Cybercriminals are increasingly abandoning the technique of casting a wide net by blasting thousands of email accounts with a phishing scam. That's not nearly as lucrative as a spear-phishing attack, which might take more work, but has the potential for a much bigger payoff, according to Rohyt Belani, CEO of phishing-awareness-training company PhishMe.

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