Before jumping onboard the public Cloud, F5 Networks suggests considering the private Cloud as an alternative.
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Wearable technology may be generating excitement in the consumer space, though Good Technology has seen the impact in the business world to be limited so far.
A Symantec report has found one in three Australian children have been the victim of cyberbullying.
After not holding one last quarter, Fortinet Australia has resumed its national road show.
The public Cloud is more secure than ever before, although Verizon admits there is still more work to be done.
To celebrate the company's 45th anniversary, the Samsung Innovation Museum was opened in Seoul, South Korea in April.
Samsung is not a newcomer to the printing space, but the company would like to see its standing in the B2B space improve.
Adopting the public Cloud may seem enticing to businesses, though Oracle cautions of viewing it as the panacea for everything.
With mobile devices consuming more content and bandwidth than ever before, Netgear is seeing an increased demand for high quality Wi-Fi.
In today’s digital age it may seem like the concept of privacy is unrealistic, though McAfee, part of Intel Security, remains upbeat about the prospects.
Google has carried over its popular Google+ Hangouts feature to the office environment.
Ultra HD and curved screens are currently the hot topics in the Smart TV space, particularly in LG’s recently announced 2014 home entertainment range.
The portability of tablets has driven notebook PC manufacturers to re-evaluate their products, according to Kensington.
Symantec recently declared “antivirus is dead” but Bitdefender disagrees with the claim.
Dropbox has been a surprise hit with consumers, to the point where it has crossed over to the office environment.