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Telcos get cracking on Internet of Things

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The Communications Alliance initiates new IoT think tank, with a vision to work with Australia's telcos and federal government.

Apple buys FoundationDB

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Tech giant picks up start-up that’s developing a lightning-fast database.

Keeping business content safe and sound

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With the Australian workforce becoming increasingly mobile, prioritising the security of company data - as it moves from desktop to laptop and smartphone to tablet - is no mean feat.

REVIEW: Alcatel's OneTouch Idol 3

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Alcatel has hit the market with an Android smartphone that packs lots of premium-specced features for less than premium price.

REVIEW: Dell Venue 8 7000 tablet - Terrible name, terrific device

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Dell isn’t a name you normally associate with premium tablets but the Venue 8 7000 the Android tablet to beat.

The promise and challenge of health analytics

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Medicine's bold new frontier needs to be more than just about capturing data. We need a rethink in the culture of patient care and new approaches to data ownership and security.

Free Windows 10 upgrade won't reach all

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Windows RT users, you won’t be getting Windows 10.

Time to get serious about Windows Server 2003

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Why are CIOs delaying the migration from Windows Server 2003, despite the imminent end of support.

Optus Business in cloud push

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Telco becomes Intercloud provider, joins government cloud services provider panel.

Internet Explorer isn't completely dead

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Microsoft will keep browser for non-Windows 10 platforms and in some enterprise-oriented versions of Windows 10 for compatibility reasons.

Cisco Spark a hit at Telstra

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The role of email as the central pillar of collaboration in organisations could begin to wane, thanks to Cisco's latest collaboration service.

Smartphone Smackdown: HTC One M9 vs. Samsung Galaxy S6

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This year’s heavyweight bout in the Android space is between the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9 and with HTC's Galaxy killer set to land in Australia next week, here's how the two stack up.

Rain, hail or shine: Keeping your service intact

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The ability to better respond to severe weather events is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to evaluating the value of enterprise service management technology.

Adobe launches 'Document Cloud'

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Software giant unveils the third major piece of its cloud strategy, the Adobe Document Cloud, an offering that it says will revolutionise how users work with documents.

Opening up on 'Open Data'

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Releasing gigabytes of raw data, even if it's for a good cause, will achieve little without proper analysis.

Australian SMEs in need of 'cultural revolution': Microsoft

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Australian small and medium-sized businesses hamstrung by rigid workplace culture.

Yahoo lifts lid on its encrypted email service

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New service designed to make it easier for average users to send scrambled email messages but won’t completely mask their digital footprint.

Uber, Lyft labour trial to go down to the wire

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Lawsuits filed by drivers of the respective ride-sharing services set to go before juries.

The top 12 tech nuisances

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We all love technology but there are still plenty of issues, big and small, that continue to frustrate us everyday.

Zuora raises extra millions to fuel subscription economy

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Software-as-a-service company raises $115m in latest round of funding and sees triple-digit growth.

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