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ASG has signed a multi-million eight-year deal, in partnership with Lockheed Martin Australia, to consolidate the Australian Department of Defence's datacentre operations.
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Microsoft kicked off its annual TechEd in New Zealand with three keynotes at Auckland's Vector Arena yesterday evening.
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The keynote stage at CTIA became a net neutrality boxing ring again on Wednesday as the head of the show's sponsor, CTIA President and CEO Meredith Attwell Baker, sharply disagreed with Tuesday's comments by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler about how the mobile Internet should be regulated.
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Google has acquired Lift Labs, which makes a mechanical spoon for people suffering from tremors, in a move giving Google new technology for combating neurodegenerative diseases.
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UK entrepreneur Nick Hungerford has revealed the lengths he had to go to in order to raise the money required to launch his London-based financial technology (fintech) company, Nutmeg.
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A European antitrust probe into Google's search practices will be extended through October, into the term of the next European Commission, a Commissions spokesman said.
Strategic Finance
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ASG has signed a multi-million eight-year deal, in partnership with Lockheed Martin Australia, to consolidate the Australian Department of Defence's datacentre operations.
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Microsoft kicked off its annual TechEd in New Zealand with three keynotes at Auckland's Vector Arena yesterday evening.
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Google has acquired Lift Labs, which makes a mechanical spoon for people suffering from tremors, in a move giving Google new technology for combating neurodegenerative diseases.
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Alibaba is looking to raise as much as US$21 billion in its U.S. IPO, according to documents filed Friday, making the Chinese e-commerce company's debut one of the largest initial public offerings in U.S. history.
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Congress has been pursuing an investigation into alleged misconduct at the IRS, and as a part of that investigation it requested emails from former IRS director Lois Lerner for the timeframe in question. The response Congress got was those emails--along with any archive or backups of those emails--have been erased and are no longer available. There are legal and compliance requirements organizations must abide by when it comes to retention of information, and the IRS apparently dropped the ball.
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Accounting software vendor, MYOB, has invested in a minority stake in point of sale (POS) start-up, Kounta.
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How do you answer the question posed in the headline asking if your IT shop is successful? If you answer "yes," how do you know if you are right?
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IT reorganizations are costly both in terms of resources and productivity. To minimize those costs, CIOs and IT leaders should understand the nature of the problems they are looking to solve, have a solid strategy and be sure that business strategy is at the heart of the reorganization efforts.
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Shadow IT is posing a significant challenge for organisations today, according to LogMeIn.
Technology
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ASG has signed a multi-million eight-year deal, in partnership with Lockheed Martin Australia, to consolidate the Australian Department of Defence's datacentre operations.
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Microsoft kicked off its annual TechEd in New Zealand with three keynotes at Auckland's Vector Arena yesterday evening.
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The keynote stage at CTIA became a net neutrality boxing ring again on Wednesday as the head of the show's sponsor, CTIA President and CEO Meredith Attwell Baker, sharply disagreed with Tuesday's comments by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler about how the mobile Internet should be regulated.
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Cisco Systems will cut as many as 6,000 jobs over the next 12 months, saying it needs to shift resources to growing businesses such as cloud, software and security.
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One of the first casualties of Microsoft's massive layoffs will be the company's Xbox Entertainment Studios, the company said, although some of its flagship entertainment offerings will remain.
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Microsoft's 14 percent staff reduction, the largest in its history and focused heavily on employees acquired from Nokia's devices and services business, has some observers thinking Satya Nadella got a bad case of Lumia-induced indigestion.