It’s no April Fool’s joke, from 4 April 2016, former Microsoft exec and Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is joining Telstra as ‘Group Executive Technology, Innovation and Strategy.’
A top notch research firm says some of the key questions, use cases and opportunities facing operations around IoT and M2M ‘will be resolved’ in 2016, leading to the market maturing ‘markedly.’
Dutch mobile service enabler Teleena has expanded its global footprint with the signing of four new international MVNOs, including an unnamed Australian customer.
Industrial giant GE is turning to the cloud to save money and boost innovation.
Microsoft has selected nine strategic partners for Internet of Things activity.
It may seem obvious once stated, but organisations are rediscovering the importance of meeting internal and external user requirements as they seek to survive digital disruption.
Infor is bringing a new look to the enterprise software market by delivering specialised systems and focussing on the user experience.
"We've been doing a ton of work to really excel in the security of everything," BlackBerry CEO and executive chairman John Chen told the company's second annual security summit overnight.
As Microsoft announces massive changes within its smartphone unit, formerly Nokia, and says it must grow its ‘first-party device family’, success is as simple as simplification.
Australians are the first worldwide to be able to reserve an Apple Watch online and collect it from their local Apple Store.
The current digitisation wave could be bigger than the Industrial Revolution, according to EMC's top executive.
Telstra has gobbled up telco services provider Pacnet, which provides connectivity, data centre and managed services to carriers, multinational corporations and governments in the Asia-Pacific.
Here's your chance to learn from Twitter co-founder Biz Stone's experience.
"Business, rewritten by software" was a refrain at the CA World '14 conference. What does this mean?
Google has numerous competitors spanning across multiple fields but former CEO Eric Schmidt has declared Amazon as the one Google is watching most.
Chinese multinational technology giant Huawei is working on a single universal mobile device that will replace smartphones, tablets and just about everything else in both the home and office, according to the chairman of the Australian branch.
Microsoft has once again taken the axe to its shrinking workforce, this time laying off another 2,100 employees as the company moves towards its target of cutting 18,000 staff, or about 14% of its workforce.
Google's mantra is 'don't be evil' and it's being especially goodwilled towards startups, announcing today it will give startups $100,000 worth of credits for its cloud platform for one year, as well as 24/7 support and access to its technical team under a new initiative for small businesses.
Pay TV operator Foxtel has announced a massive price restructure, adding new plans that are as low as $25 as well as a new 'box set' channel in a bid to woo customers who would otherwise use Netflix.
Symantec has taken the bold step of consolidating its Norton line of security software products into one online-based service simply called 'Norton Security', announced today.
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