Despite the popularity of BYOD and Cloud, the office is no closer to being paperless than it was a few years ago.
Stories by Patrick Budmar
With the increased amount of virtualisation and Cloud adoption taking place, the role of security is not as clear cut as it used to be.
The BYOD trend may be growing, though ManageEngine points to the lack of a “gold standard” for effective management as being detrimental.
SMBs may have different business models to enterprises, though Sophos sees the online threat landscape as the same for both.
A growing number of organisations are using the public Cloud, but UXC Cloud Solutions positions the private Cloud as the better option in some use cases.
Most executives still do not equate security issues and cybercrime with potential loss of revenue, a Websense report has found.
Training and certification programs now play an important part in Infor’s local partner ecosystem.
A decade may have passed since mobile malware showed up, though Fortinet said the biggest shifts took place in the last two years.
AMD is seeing strong demand for its high performance cards in Australia, with two out of three cards sold last year in the R9 series.
Commonwealth Bank has introduced two new functions for its CommBank app.
As bring your own device (BYOD) makes way for “bring your own everything," Wavelink expects businesses to struggle with wireless networking.
Trend Micro is seeing a shift in the partner landscape away from traditional sources of revenue.
IT systems are becoming more complicated and driving businesses to the Cloud, according to Schneider Electric.
Tablets today are more than just a substitute to traditional computing devices such as desktops or laptops, according to Polycom.
Panasonic has unveiled its latest digital single lens mirrorless (DSLM) camera, the Lumix DMC-GH4, which features 4K high definition video recording capability.