Mobile devices are fast becoming a big driver in the storage space, according to Seagate.
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Networking vendor, F5 Networks, recently held its Agility 2014 conference at the Palmer Coolum Resort on the Sunshine Coast.
It’s not a good idea to just differentiate on price, according to Teradata CTO, Stephen Brobst who spoke about the importance of pricing and innovation at the Teradata Summit in Sydney.
IT is going through the most significant change it ever has, according to Apptio.
Denial of service is huge problem for businesses, according to New Zealand based security provider, Aura.
F5 Networks is aligning with other vendors in order to be successful.
The digital revolution is not happening as quickly as the Commonwealth Bank of Australia would like it to.
A significant investment is requires to succeed in the Asia Pacific market, according to F5 Networks.
As Australian businesses continue to adopt the Cloud, Goepfert said some concerns still remain.
Australian employees are fed up of the outdated technology supplied by their employer, according to Workshare.
The Cloud market is becoming more competitive, though Tecala managing director, Pieter DeGunst, said there is always room for something different.
The Cloud may be offering choice to businesses nowadays, though ITonCloud CEO, Andrew Tucker, said the evolution began much earlier.
The pains around BYOD may have subsided, but Red Hat has seen them shift into a new realm instead.
Webroot estimates 80 per cent of malware on the Internet are attacks of opportunity.
The Internet has come a long way from simply being used to access files on linked computers.