Australian bitcoin startup, igot.com, is in the early stages of securing funding from major international investors.
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Public Wi-Fi is posing an increasing security risk as employees use their own devices to connect to corporate networks, according to BAE Systems.
Managed security service service provider Proficio has signed Australian reseller Cloudport and opened a Sydney office as part of an expansion across A/NZ.
Symantec has appointed former Oracle general manager, Adrian Jones, as senior vice president for its Asia Pacific and Japan region.
Australian IT bosses were among the more than 300 business leaders who braved the cold last night at the Vinnies CEO Sleepout in Sydney.
Juniper's new managing director sits down with ARN to discuss the path forward for the Australian arm of one of the largest networking companies in the world.
FIFA World Cup 2014 is set to be the most accessible in the tournament’s history, with broadcast and streaming services available on up to 5.9 billion screens globally.
Big Data is not a myth, but it is extremely overhyped. That’s the resounding sentiment among channel players.
Adoption of Software Defined Networking into enterprise networks will only gain momentum once apps are created the deliver true value to business.
Cambodia will lay its first submarine optical fibre cable after NTT Communications announced it will extend the Asia Submarine-cable Express to provide high-capacity infrastructure for multinationals operating in the Mekong region.
Oracle has launched Database In-Memory which enables independent software vendors to deliver real-time analytics and increased transactional performance.
Flash storage company, Nimble, has challenged hybrid flash vendors, EMC and Netapp, with the launch of its new Adaptive Flash Platform.
Salesforce is bringing wearable computing to the corporate world with the launch of Salesforce Wear.
Adobe has appointed Paul Robson to replace 17-year veteran Craig Tegel as president of its Asia Pacific Operations.
IBM has formed a strategic partnership with Cloud-based travel and expense management company Concur.