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  • News: Companies, government unprepared for new wave of cybersabotage

    Intelligence not the only part of government that has struggled. Senate has not moved on legislation to back President's order on cybersecurity

  • News: MYOB acquires BankLink for $NZ 136 million

    MYOB Holdings subsidiary, MYOB Finance NZ Limited, has inked an agreement to purchase Media Transfer Services (MTS) company, BankLink.

  • News: Thomas Duryea secures contract with MCRI

    IT infrastructure solutions provider, Thomas Duryea, has secured a contract with Australian child health research institute, Murdoch Childrens' Research Institute (MCRI), to design and deploy a new storage infrastructure platform.

  • News: Australian education cycle "problematic" for the IT industry: AIIA

    IT industry veterans may bemoan the fact that companies do not train their staff as rigorously as they did one or two decades ago, but the AIIA said the issue is more about tertiary education.

  • News: Ingram Micro sees surge in uptake of Cloud services offerings

    Resellers are becoming more interested and involved in Cloud services, according to leading distributor, Ingram Micro which has seen a surge in the uptake of its Cloud services products.

  • News: Ingram Micro to distribute Actifio Copy Data Storage (CDS) appliances

    Ingram Micro has been appointed the exclusive Australian distributor for enterprise storage management specialist, Actifio.

  • News: China still safe for IT outsourcing, despite US security concerns, says vendor

    China's reputation for security may have been marred by recent U.S. accusations of state-sponsored hacking but the nation is still a safe place as a tech subcontractor for foreign businesses, according to one of China's largest IT outsourcing vendors.

  • News: After tweeting from space station, astronauts return home

    A new crew is taking over the International Space Station after two NASA astronauts and one Russian cosmonaut successfully returned to Earth Monday night.

  • News: Centrica Energy deploys mobile Salesforce cloud

    Centrica Energy is deploying a mobile cloud-based Salesforce.com platform for its energy trading business.

  • News: Court orders names to be withheld before release of Aaron Swartz records

    A U.S. federal court has modified a protective order to allow disclosure of the court records of Internet activist Aaron Swartz, but ruled that names and other personal identifying information of those involved in his arrest and prosecution should be redacted.

  • News: Why Yahoo's telecommuting ban is still bad for business

    Last week, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer was interviewed at the Wired Business Conference on a range of topics, but the question on everyone's mind (including interviewer Steven Levy) was her impossibly unpopular edict against telecommuting.

  • News: Big data is a big but young market

    A recent survey by Forrester found that 7% of IT executives and 9% of business leaders feel they have gained a true return on investment from big data. That means there's a lot more business can be doing to glean insights from the massive amount of data that's potentially available to them.

  • News: Survey: US residents oppose Internet sales tax

    The U.S. Senate has, by a wide margin, supported a bill allowing an Internet sales tax, but the legislation appears to be a tougher sell to the public.

  • News: 10 Best (and Worst) IT Offshoring Options for English Proficiency

    There's some good news for CIOs who struggle with communication and language issues offshore -- and sometimes onshore as well. Global business English proficiency, on average, has increased during the past year, according to tests given to global employees in 78 countries.

  • News: Microsoft improves photo management in SkyDrive

    Microsoft is rolling out changes to SkyDrive to enhance management of photos in the cloud storage service, including more efficient viewing and uploading of files.

  • News: Google triples free storage to 15GB

    Google said it is increasing the amount of free storage for users of its Google Drive cloud storage service to 15 GB.

  • News: Verizon Enterprise Solutions chief: 'We build infrastructure at scale'

    In the battle for the next generation of enterprise IT, John Stratton carries a lot of weapons. Stratton is president of Verizon Enterprise Solutions, the nearly $30 billion unit formed just over a year ago to deliver networking, cloud, mobility, managed security, telematics and a host of other services in a more coordinated fashion for Verizon's top enterprise buyers. Building on a traditionally strong base of wired and wireless network services, Verizon Enterprise also blends in acquired assets like cloud hosting company Terremark, security company Cybertrust and Hughes Telematics. In this installment of the IDG Enterprise CEO Interview Series, Stratton spoke with Chief Content Officer John Gallant about Verizon Enterprise's progress since its inception, including a dramatic streamlining of internal systems and processes designed to make life much easier for the company's customers. Stratton also discussed the company's suite of services aimed at simplifying life for IT teams struggling with mobility and the influx of consumer devices, and he talked candidly about the prospects for a third mobile platform to rival Apple's iOS and Google's Android. He also talked about how cloud is reshaping the IT landscape and hinted at a series of major upcoming cloud announcements from Verizon Enterprise. Also, he explained how the "Internet of Things" is creating powerful new business opportunities for Verizon and its enterprise customers.

  • News: Labor Department hackers more sophisticated than most

    Security pro says attacks designed for further breaches, noting, 'They're not gathering this information and sending it home for no reason'

  • News: Opinion: How Adobe Creative Cloud left me amused, perplexed and infuriated

    James Nolan, founder of Stoke Ripley Creative, gives his experiences of moving to Adobe Creative Cloud.

  • News: Harmon.ie aims to close the mobile gap in Office 365

    A new mobile application from Harmon.ie promises to improve the way people use Microsoft Office 365 from iOS, BlackBerry and Android tablets and phones.

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