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GUEST OPINION: The past year was not only a time for transformation but a time for transition – but which of the many new approaches will take hold in our local market? For 2022 and beyond, there are many tech predications that incorporate what has been learned in the past year and yet we also need to keep our eyes closely on the horizon to ensure we improve not only future technologies but the importance of products and services solutions also.

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Dell Technologies today announced its new APEX data services as well as Project Alpine, two new hybrid multi-cloud product and service offering that aid businesses everywhere in storing, accessing, and protecting data no matter where it may reside, and without lock-in to any specific cloud vendor. Dell also announced a new DevOps and developer portal to provide API information, tutorials, and other resources.

Aruba, a division of HPE, today announced its new EdgeConnect Microbranch solution. This is a home office and small office network solution for hybrid work environments, securely providing remote personnel with all of the traditional services that workers receive in-office, all delivered via a single Wi-Fi access point with no gateway, agent, or additional hardware required. It brings peace of mind to IT departments and remote workers alike, ensuring security and productivity no matter where people are.

Published in Networking
Thursday, 28 October 2021 13:05

It's time to plan your hybrid work strategy

GUEST OPINION: Australia is opening back up and employees will be returning to the office but expecting new ways of working. It’s important to set a solid platform that will evolve with you. Crestron has solutions to help.

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With Toshiba since the early 90s, and since February 2020, Dynabook's ANZ Product Marketing Manager, Matthew Tumminello long career has given him unique insight into one of the world's top PC makers, now reborn into a dynamic 36-year old startup.

Published in Guest Interviews

With Toshiba since the early 90s, and since February 2020, Dynabook's ANZ Product Marketing Manager, Matthew Tumminello long career has given him unique insight into one of the world's top PC makers, now reborn into a dynamic 36-year old startup.

Published in Business IT
Friday, 05 May 2017 12:20

IDC sees green shoots in the PC market

Worldwide shipments of traditional PCs totalled 60.3 million units in Q1, 2017 – a 0.6% y-o-y growth and the first positive “green-shoots” indicator since Q1, 2012.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 15 February 2017 09:35

Symantec enterprise protection for 'Gen Cloud'

Symantec has released its new enterprise grade protection for the new Cloud Generation, integrating multiple protections for public and hybrid cloud users – extending the continuum it says.

Published in Security

Developing a cross-platform application is now one of the preferred options when creating a mobile application. The convenience that it provides – one source code for multiplenplatforms – makes such development type a compelling option.

Monday, 14 November 2016 08:27

If it is not valuable data, it must be ROT

At the recent Veritas information governance and management conference, it was revealed that perhaps as much of 60% of unstructured data was redundant, obsolete, and trivial (ROT). And it's clogging your enterprise storage.

There are any number of business buzzwords used these days — agile, digital disruption, digital transformation, software defined, ‘Anything as a Service’, public/private/hybrid cloud — but a new Australian study says  IT pros should focus on management of information, not infrastructure.

Published in Cloud

Samsung’s answer to the Surface Pro, iPad Pro, Huawei Mate and similar tablets from HP and Lenovo is its well received TabPro S, and it now comes in a 4G LTE version down under.

Published in Mobility

Promising ‘affordable productivity and mobility’ at a price of $259 plus $19 deliver to most metro postcodes, Kogan’s 2-in-1 Windows 10 hybrid might be the one for you!

Published in Home Tech

The 1st generation, 9.7” touch iPad was released in April 2010 – until then tablets were big, clunky, chunky, x86 based, touchable, Windows devices. Little wonder that the ensuing six generations of iPad really had the market mostly to itself.

Published in Mobility

Samsung’s Galaxy TabPro S is one of the first serious contenders in the Windows 10, two-in-one, hybrid, detachable tablet space, until now the domain of Microsoft’s Surface range.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 07 March 2016 16:49

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 (review)

Light, bright, ultra-portable, durable, very powerful and touch enabled - Surface defines the Windows 10, hybrid detachable category.

Monday, 22 February 2016 10:24

Huawei MateBook – Windows 10 tablet

Huawei has joined the Windows 10 movement with the new MateBook, a hybrid device for high end consumers and business users.

Published in Home Tech

Acronis has launched an ‘enhanced partner program’ for accelerated revenue growth aimed at both channel partners and customers, with APAC VP Steve Goh outlining the strategy, talking trends and more.

OPINION: 1.5 million ‘tablets’ sold in Australia during the first half of 2015, with 2-in-1 convertibles only selling 500,000 in the same time frame according to research firm Telsyte.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 14 September 2015 21:39

iPad Pro: stealing the show or a giant no-go?

The knives are out for the iPad Pro - it’s just a bigger iPad, it could never replace the MacBook, madness has befallen Apple and more.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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