Businesses will need to open their wallets if they want to be technology leaders as virtualisation is expensive, Gartner analyst, Thomas Bittman claims.
Stories by Darren Pauli
IT security managers wanting to increase security budgets should establish KPIs, create scorecards and emphasise how security enables device management, according to speakers at a security and continuity conference in Sydney.
Despite Microsoft's plan to phase out OEM shipments of Windows XP in a bid to push customers to Vista, Australian IT managers says they are sticking with the older operating system even if the software giant pulls support.
A new virtual hosting solution has been launched that draws on spare processing power from multiple devices and platforms to reduce the cost of provisioning additional servers.
Former IBM executive Angela Fox has been appointed director of Dell Australia and New Zealand Advanced Solutions Group (ASG).
Microsoft has released its community technology preview (CTP) for SQL Server 2005 service pack 2 for downloa. It will arrive 'downunder' in the first quarter of 2007.
With data storage demands rising every year, and technology lagging behind, analysts say big business will adopt file area networks (FANs) by 2008.
Australian telecommunication companies are again lagging behind the rest of the world by not offering voice, data and video triple play bundles, according to industry analysts.
By 2010, processor performance will increase 300 percent per watt as users demand eight times more grunt for encoding.
Australian Business State Chamber has sent an open letter to the Federal Minister for Transport, Warren Truss, and the CEOs of Australian airlines seeking urgent storage provisions for laptops on planes.
Access to information is driving interest in this year's Storage Networking World in Sydney in September.