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Wednesday, 02 May 2012 12:12

Gen-i plans to hire more than 60 in Australia

Gen-i, the systems integration business of Telecom NZ, plans to expand its Australian workforce by 30%

Published in Recruitment

Pune, India - Viklele Associates announced release of Black Diamond SCADA v1.0.Black Diamond SCADA is a state of the art tool designed to simplify building robust industrial process control and monitoring solutions.

Pune, India - Viklele Associates announced release of their Black Diamond SCADA v1.0 for beta trials. Black Diamond is a highly configurable, scaleable and reliable SCADA solution.Black Diamond SCADA is packed with innovative features to simplify building a robust industrial process control and monitoring solution. It offers an integrated reporting, monitoring and control functionality for use across industry verticals.

Saturday, 05 December 2009 21:58

The eyes have it: high-definition implants

A British ophthalmic surgeon has become the first doctor to implant an artificial lens into the eye that can be fine-tuned after the procedure is finished in order to produce vision that is better than 20/20.

Published in Health
Users of business intelligence solutions now see BI as a revenue earner more so than a way of saving time and money, according to a survey of Australian users.

Although Microsoft is promising Windows 7 is a “major update” to Vista, which in many ways it is, the next version of Windows Server 2008 won’t be called Windows Server 7 but instead “Windows Server 2008 R2” in what is a case of slight mixed messages from Microsoft.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
IBM today announced its largest launch ever of new storage hardware, software and services that are the building blocks for the world’s strongest information infrastructure portfolio, with the aim of enabling clients to tackle information challenges and move data from institutions to individuals and “clouds.”

Published in A Meaningful Look
Wednesday, 06 August 2008 14:57

Endpoint Virtualisation: Symantec strikes back

Symantec is aggressively expanding into the “endpoint virtualisation” space by seriously upgrading its virtualisation capabilities and credentials, buying out nSuite, a ‘virtual workspace management’ company whose product competes with VMware’s VDI solution, Citrix’s XenDesktop and XenApp combo and other competitors.

After reading good things about Sun’s VirtualBox, I decided to download version 1.6.2 two weeks ago to run Ubuntu 8.04 as a virtual machine within Windows Vista. While it worked perfectly at first, the installation of the virtual tools in Windows caused a complete system crash, which I could only fix by doing a System Restore. What happened, and now that VirtualBox has just had a maintenance upgrade to 1.6.4, will I try it again?

Saturday, 17 May 2008 08:06

Looking afar, with Microsoft's WWT

If you ever wanted to travel through space, visit galaxies, ponder supernovas, learn about dark matter, and get close to black holes, then now can experience these things right from your Windows desktop using the free WorldWide Telescope (released a few days ago by Microsoft Research).

Published in A Meaningful Look




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