Everything you have heard about cyber security is wrong, according to Gartner VP and distinguished analyst, John Girard.
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The five winners of the McAfee 2012 A/NZ Channel Partner of the Year Awards were announced at the company's annual Partner Advisory Council event in Sydney.
Webroot’s growth in A/NZ is thanks to a rapidly expanding channel and partner network, according to Asia Pacific region managing director, Crispin Kerr.
Training of partners remains important but the delivery method has changed, according to Red Hat global services vice president, Iain Gray.
Nokia has launched its flagship Windows Phone, Lumia 925, in the Australian market, making it available at major retailers and networks such as Optus and Telstra.
The processese Here.com uses to map a large nation such as Australia are applied to New Zealand as well, according to Here.com regional maps and content director, Peter Hawkins
The New Zealand government is currently considering a government bill that would give more power to the country’s foreign intelligence agency to spy on citizens, but is the move justified?
The APC business has moved firmly along following the acquisition by Schneider Electric, according to Pacific vice president, Paul Tyrer.
This may be the last time that Adobe will be releasing new versions of its products all at once, according to Adobe digital media product marketing manager, Michael Stoddart.
Oracle is combining software, server, storage and networking into an all-in-one solution in order to reach of SMBs.
The average cost per data breach for organisations has increased by 23 percent increase over the previous year, according to a recent study by Symantec.
When looking at the future of IT in business, 75 per cent of CIOs expect their IT activities to be doable through in-house owned IT operations.
Communications and marketing company, Salmat, has collaborated with marketing management software provider Teradata Applications, for its Influence suite.
AMD is adding more downloadable games to its Radeon video cards in response to customer feedback to its Never Settle: Reloaded bundle program that began in February.
Gartner predicts that one quarter of enterprises will have their own application store by 2017, and that Australia will keep pace with this global average.