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  • News: How IT Leaders Can Best Plan for Disaster

    Hurricane Sandy left devastation in its wake, first pounding the Caribbean and then pummeling the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions of the U.S. People and businesses are now struggling to get back on their feet. As a CIO or IT leader, you need to ask yourself: Will your organization be prepared for the next disaster?

  • News: IBM adds entry-level Storwize V3700 array

    IBM on Tuesday announced the Storwize V3700 storage array, which starts at US$11,000 and is one of the lowest-priced storage products the company offers.

  • News: Resistance is futile: CISOs talk about embracing change

    The younger IT workforce is bringing major change to organizations -- whether those organizations like it or not.

  • News: Ruling expected shortly in Ohio e-voting lawsuit

    A federal court is expected to rule soon on a motion for a temporary restraining order filed by Ohio Green Party co-chair Bob Fitrakis seeking the removal of software that was installed on central vote tabulation machines in over two dozen Ohio counties.

  • News: HP simplifies automated software testing suite

    Hewlett-Packard is incorporating three different components, previously available separately, into its HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT) automated testing application so developers can test all aspects of a multi-tiered application from a single interface.

  • News: Is D.C. the Next Great Tech Startup Hub?

    City officials and local tech entrepreneurs weigh efforts to transform the nation's capital into a haven for angel-backed, emerging tech ventures by pointing out the shifting dynamics of the model for funding startup tech ventures, with cloud computing, open source software and other industry trends lowering the cost of setting up a business, potentially diminishing the importance of the traditional venture capitalist. However, this is at odds with a city, that while trying to cultivate this tech hub, is also struggling to improve a public school system so as not to lose the middle-class.

  • News: Anonymous threatens but fails to take down Facebook, Zynga

    Guy Fawkes Day threats also include claims of Symantec, ImageShack data theft, but those too are not confirmed

  • News: How Big Data Will Separate Haves From Have-Nots

    Walt Hauck, the straight-talking CIO of Dun & Bradstreet, says big data represents a corporate turning point this decade no less disruptive and revolutionary than the Internet in the 1990s. Find out why Hauck thinks the big data 'haves' will thrive while the 'have-nots' struggle.

  • News: Companies 'still grappling' with basics of customer service: IPscape

    Increasing connectivity and consumer expectations should force businesses to change how they interact with customers, according to participants at an event hosted by IPscape last week in Sydney. But fear and other factors have made progress slow.

  • News: ACCC finalises list of NBN points of interconnect

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has finalised the location of the 121 points of interconnect (POI) for the National Broadband Network (NBN).

  • News: Flemington racecourse to trot out Wi-Fi system by 2013

    Punters keen to have a flutter at Flemington racecourse in Melbourne will be able to bet online and watch the race in HD on their smartphone within the arena when a Wi-Fi service is introduced by the Victorian Racing Club (VRC) next year.

  • News: Coles uses anonymous data to decide new store locations

    Supermarket and liquor retailer, Coles, is using anonymous transaction data from stores around Australia to see what products sell best and which new store sites could be the most profitable.

  • News: Government to save £1.7bn a year by digitising transactions

    Making transactions that are used by the public everyday digital could save the government up to £1.7 billion a year after 2015, according the publication of the government’s Digital Strategy and Digital Efficiency report.

  • News: Office 365 beats Google Apps for Warwickshire schools

    Warwickshire County Council has moved 185 schools into the cloud using Microsoft Office 365 and Sharepoint to deliver email and other collaboration systems among staff and students.

  • News: Mobile networks nearing normal coverage after Sandy

    Cellular coverage for some carriers approached normal levels in the northeastern U.S. a week after Hurricane Sandy made landfall, but some areas remained cut off from mobile service because of ongoing power and telecommunications outages.

  • News: VoIP enhances Hobsons Bay customer service

    A transition from analog to IP telephony in mid-2011 enhanced the Hobsons Bay City Council’s ability to communicate with constituents. Customer service manager, Suzanne Paterson, said the council plans to add Web chat to open a further channel for customer interaction.

  • News: IT Job Market Bounces Back in October

    The IT sector saw in an increase of 12,500 jobs for October, well above the 2012 average and a strong turnaround from a 1,700 job loss in September.

  • News: As the clock struck 12, Halo 4 went on sale

    Australian gamers have been out in the dark - after midnight and away from their screens - to get their hands on the latest edition in the blockbuster Halo series, Halo 4, which went on sale overnight as the clock struck 12.

  • News: Lawsuit filed in Ohio over software updates to vote tabulation machines

    The co-chairman of the Ohio Green Party and editor of FreePress.org, Bob Fitrakis, on Monday filed a federal lawsuit over software that was allegedly installed on central vote tabulation machines in 39 Ohio counties without being tested or certified for use as required by state law.

  • News: Lenovo's new enterprise division introduces its first server

    Looking beyond PCs and tablets, Lenovo on Monday announced the first server from the newly formed Enterprise Product Group, which deals in servers, storage, networking and software.



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