Global end-use of public cloud services is expected to boom this year, with technology analyst firm Gartner predicting a 23.1% rise in spending and reach US$332.3 billion (A$428.7 billion) from US$270 billion in 2020.
Social media giant Facebook will make a number of technology tweaks to cope with the changes that Apple is introducing in iOS 14.5, with the update of the mobile operating system set to be released in the coming week.
Design, engineering and advisory firm Aurecon and property design platform Archistar have joined forces to combine Aurecon's proprietary engineering data with Archistar's Workspace software, creating what the companies describe as a world-first digital tool for data centre site selection.
A group from the University of Minnesota have come in for a tongue-lashing from the normally mild-mannered Linux developer Greg Kroah-Hartman, the maintainer of the stable kernel.
Expenditure on security hardware, services and software in the Asia-Pacific region, excluding Japan, is forecast to reach US$23.1 billion (A$29.8 billion) this year, the technology research firm IDC says, adding that this would represent a rise of 12.6% year-on-year.
Search giant Google has been forced to patch yet another zero-day in its Chrome browser, the fourth this year, but the company has not provided any indicators of compromise or other details n its advisory.
A survey conducted by Unisys reveals that while leaders and employees agree that hybrid working is more productive, they feel it is not aligned on what is required to achieve it.
Klarna, in collaboration with Doconomy, launches a “CO2 insights” feature for its 90 million users, which allows them to track their “shopping carbon footprint in-app.” This launch, Klarna says, is one of the largest global carbon footprint awareness building efforts to date.
A new report by consultancy firm Omdia and Qlik reveals that the APAC public sector lags in the field of data science and how Chief Data Officers are struggling to identify their roles and how to perform their duties in their respective organisations.
GoDaddy’s newly-launched Website Design Services allows small businesses to have a “unique, professional website” that can establish a strong online presence.
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