Industry analyst firm Gartner has allayed fears that Intel’s recall of Sandy Bridge processors will have a long-term impact on the industry.
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CIOs and IT managers must have a documented disaster recovery plan (DRP) and built-in supplier redundancies to avoid the consequences of an IT systems crash similar to the one that claimed Virgin Blue’s check-in and operating systems earlier this year, an insurance expert has warned.
Unified communications lacks a clear business case and can not compete with consumer-driven technology, Gartner has warned.
IT leaders must develop a strong business case around the use of social media and define a clear return on investment with social media usage, Gartner has warned.
The global mobile phone sector is expected to reach revenues of $1089 billion by 2015 with emerging markets in China, India and Indonesia contributing to 38 percent of the global growth.
A majority of Australian CIOs are moving towards the cloud at a rapid rate, with cost effectiveness and reduced infrastructure being top-of-mind for IT leaders looking at SaaS.
Investment in cloud computing may be hindered by CFOs who are hesitant to allocate funding to SaaS projects, says a technology strategist.
Freedom of form and an increased demand for e-passports will see the Asia Pacific contactless smart card industry boom over the next six years, accoridng to one analyst firm.
Ovum has released new figures indicating that the IT services sector has bounced back from a tough first quarter with the number of deals increasing by 14 per cent in Q2.
A transient workforce and greater education is needed if the Australian IT skills shortage is to ease, says one IT CEO.
SaaS revenue is set to increase 14 per cent this year with a total revenue of $US 8.5 billion worldwide expected.
New research indicates data centre transformation is being held back by a lack of mature technology and won't become a mainstream trend until 2013 due to the cost of migration.
Businesses must be flexible and provide alternative career paths for their employees in order to survive the current skills drought.