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  • News: Banks need to start asking 'right questions' on unstructured data

    Banks that are struggling under the weight of large unstructured data stores need to start asking better questions in order to get value from the information.

  • News: Stock exchange IT chiefs: tech innovation only exists with driven CEOs

    The heads of technology at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE Euronext) and NASDAQ OMX have said that financial businesses will only drive successful innovation if they have powerful, decisive CEOs.

  • News: Windows Store to be available in February

    Microsoft will open its new Windows Store to customers in late February together with the beta of Windows 8, an executive of the company said Tuesday.

  • News: RIM renames BBX as BlackBerry 10 after trademark dispute

    Research In Motion has rebranded its next generation mobile platform as BlackBerry 10, after its use of the BBX brand ran into a trademark dispute in the U.S.

  • News: Yahoo simplifies developer access to BOSS search development platform

    Yahoo will introduce on Wednesday several new features in its Search BOSS application development platform intended to make it easier for programmers and web publishers to adopt and use.

  • News: IBM launches enterprise social collaboration apps for tablets

    Responding to increased use of tablets within workplaces, IBM will release on Wednesday several mobile applications designed to let employees use IBM enterprise social collaboration software with iPads and other mobile devices.

  • News: Apple faces legal threat to iPad trademark in China

    A Chinese court has rejected Apple's lawsuits to gain control of the iPad trademark in China, while a little-known Chinese firm raises the stakes and seeks to ban the iconic tablet from being sold in the country under the iPad brand.

  • News: Court restrains RIM from using BBX mark at Asia event

    A court in the U.S. has barred Research In Motion from using the BBX name at the company's Asian DevCon conference this week in Singapore, after a software company, Basis International, filed for a temporary restraining order in a trademark dispute.

  • News: Lifeline upgrades call centre, aims to increase capacity by 250,000 calls per year

    Lifeline has gone live with its call centre upgrade, with the system set to enable the not-for-profit to increase its call capacity by 250,000 per year.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Redact this

    One court decision accidentally spills some beans, Steve Jobs's biography picks up a notable distinction, and a smaller carrier says pffft, it totally didn't want the current iPhone anyway. The remainders for Tuesday, December 6, 2011 are totally secret and confidential, so don't even think about it, buster.

  • News: Victoria Police establish state-wide AV agreement

    Victoria Police is to establish a state-wide agreement for the supply of audio visual hardware for its police operations, training and administrative needs.

  • News: Apple tops PCWorld reliability, satisfaction surveys

    Our colleagues across the hall at PCWorld have completed their latest reader survey on laptops, desktops, tablets, and smartphones, and one company walked away with a win in every category. Here's a hint: It is not Dell. Rather, Apple scored top marks for all four product categories.

  • News: Sprint Calls on Microsoft Lync, Saves Big with UC

    Sprint may still be a phone company, but you won't see many desk phones in house these days. In fact, Sprint's IT group has spent the last few years eliminating its PBX systems in favor of headsets plugged into laptops.

  • News: Top 10 Influential 2011: RSA's advanced persistent threat

    While the repeated hacking of Sony's PlayStation Network service grabbed mainstream media attention this year, an even more surprising compromise was being played out with RSA's SecurID tokens, earning it a place in the Top 10 Influential list for 2011. The drama began on 18 March 2011 when security vendor RSA discovered it had been hit by an advanced persistent threat (APT) from an undisclosed nation state which took all the information stored on its SecurID tokens. These tokens are used on PCs, USB devices, phones and key fobs in many companies to provide an extra layer of security beyond a username and password for people logging into programs or networks. Two weeks later, [US government contractor Lockheed Martin was reportedly forced to pull access to its virtual

  • News: IT investment up in 2011: IDC

    Investing in new hardware and software has been the number one priority for IT managers and chief information officers in 2011 for the first time in five years, according to a new IDC Australia report.

  • News: 'Above the law' execs catalyst for BYO revolution, says IBM

    Executives at many large companies are ignoring internal IT policies by bringing their own devices to work, often to the detriment of corporate security, says David Cannon, enterprise offering leader at IBM.

  • News: NZ govt social media policy best in the world, Gartner

    A common sense approach has put the New Zealand government's social media policy in high regard with IT research company, Gartner.

  • News: Facebook may draw tech workers to NYC

    Facebook's decision to establish an engineering office in New York City may make it easier for other high-tech firms to recruit people who might be more likely to consider Silicon Valley over the Big Apple, according to some tech firms in the city.

  • News: 8 Reasons Why CIOs Shouldn't Race to Windows 8

    Windows 8 touts many new features, but there are a number of things such as cost, testing, compatibility, and training that CIOs need to consider before racing to migrate.

  • News: DRC bans SMS and social media networks to curb violence

    The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has banned the use of SMS and access to social media networks on phones in what it says is a bid to curb the escalating violence following last week's presidential and parliamentary elections, whose partial results put incumbent President Joseph Kabila in the lead.

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