Online content should be regulated with a system somewhere between the existing rules used for the telecoms and media industries, according to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
A US judge has granted Amazon's request to temporarily halt the US Department of Defense and Microsoft from moving forward on an up-to-US$10 billion cloud computing deal.
Telco retailers CallPlus Services, trading as Slingshot, Flip Services and Orcon, all Vocus NZ subsidiaries, have been fined $121,500 for making “false representations” in invoices they sent to customers.
One year after its divestment from Thales, encryption specialist nCipher has made a major push into the regional channel by signing DNA Connect as its second distributor.
Reseller News is excited to bring its Exchange events back to Auckland and Wellington, this time with a focus on the best ways partners can overcome and master the prospect of security in the cloud.
Smartphone maker Huawei Technologies thrived in 2019 at the expense of smaller rivals and Apple even as the smartphone market shrank.
A major datacentre project for northern region district health boards is described as "at risk" due to delays in Spark-owned datacentre provider Revera achieving IaaS recertification.
Amazon has filed a motion in court to pause the US Department of Defense and Microsoft from carrying out an up to US$10 billion cloud computing deal.
By refusing to put a permanent backdoor in its iOS platform, Apple is protecting millions of users from future threats by both governments and hackers.
Amazon.com will ask a judge to temporarily block Microsoft from working on a US$10 billion cloud contract from the Pentagon, a court filing has revealed.
Microsoft Azure has claimed to become the first major US cloud provider to obtain the new privacy international standard ISO 27701.
A former Palo Alto Networks employee is one of five people charged over a year-long insider trading ring.
Inland Revenue's Office 365 rollout came in handy when it was forced to vacate its Palmerston North office earlier this year over earthquake fears.
IDG is proud to officially launch EDGE 2020, the leading technology conference for business leaders in Australia and New Zealand.
Amazon has accused US President Donald Trump of exerting "improper pressure" and bias that led the Department of Defense to award a US$10 billion cloud contract to Microsoft.
Google, Alibaba and other "Big Tech" companies could be forced to share data on financial services customers with banks to prevent unfair competition.
Presence of IT’s 600-plus workers around the world join Deloitte’s consulting practice today, the latest merger in a long line of industry consolidation.
Ericsson has agreed to pay over US$1 billion to resolve probes into corruption, including the bribing of government officials.
The Trump administration has issued a new 90-day extension allowing US companies to continue doing business with Huawei.
Amazon.com is contesting the Pentagon's award of an up to US$10 billion cloud computing deal to Microsoft.
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