I have been following SAP for 25 years – since the German software vendor first came to Asia Pacific. A lot has changed in that…
The data retention debate is still with us, but it seems unlikely that the bill’s many opponents will be able to stop it.
Australia’s security agencies now have the power to access any computer in Australia, for any reason. They don’t have to let you know why, or…
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 09:38

Lenovo completes IBM server deal

IBM is no longer the world’s third biggest x86 server vendor. Lenovo is.
It’s becoming all too familiar. Government policy made up on the fly, ministers shooting from the lip, the public being taken for fools. Welcome to…
There’s not many companies in the IT industry that have been in Australia for 40 years. In fact, I can think of only three –…
The Government has drafted new proposals for anti-piracy laws in Australia which, if implemented, would make ISPs responsible for their customers’ behaviour.
The Trans Pacific Partnership is a disgrace. So is the way it is being developed.
Crowdfunding is increasingly popular as a way to finance new ideas. But there are legal and taxation implications. Get the basics right and the rest…
Surprise, Surprise. Digital Post Australia has announced it will close down. What on earth where they thinking to launch it in the first place?




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