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Synology has a strong reputation for its NAS systems and it’s so easy to see why; the DiskStation Manager (aka DSM) software is so easy to use, the hardware is robust and versatile, and the platform is hugely extensible from serving files, naturally, to running all kinds of applications and servers.

Teradata announced last year its competitive ambitions to go toe-to-toe with cloud-native competitors with an entirely new architecture. The future has arrived, and CEO Steve McMillan spoke with iTWire to explain why Teradata is now the most sustainable, economical, and performant cloud data platform there is.

Published in Data
Sunday, 18 September 2022 18:54

The Getac ZX10 tough tablet gives and gives

If you want a tough tablet - like, really tough, designed for hot, cold, sunlight, rain, day, night - but without compromising on features and security then the Getac ZX10 is for you.

Sunday, 18 September 2022 13:47

Zebra Workforce Connect

If your business relies on a workforce that is often spread out across a location, even multiple locations, then Workforce Connect by Zebra Technologies is for you.

VMware is more relevant than ever, says CEO Raghu Raghuram. The company is positioning itself as the centre of the multicloud universe, a move it says will place it at the forefront of app development for the next decade of computing.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

FiiTii is making a name for itself as a maker of unique and clever earbuds, and with the HiFiAir we have a budget set of earbuds for teenagers with noise cancelling and an incredible IPX7 waterproof rating.

GitHub's AI-powered Copilot was made generally available in June this year. GitHub has investigated and quantified the impact on developer productivity, finding a massive 87% of developers found it preserved their mental energy, and 74% experienced an increase in overall daily workflow satisfaction.

Published in Development

Creative Labs brings new power-packed features to its latest update to its Outlier earbud series, in the new Creative Outlier Pro.

The Australian Parliament passed the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure Protection) Act 2022 earlier this year with mandatory periods for critical infrastructure cyber security incidents to be reported, but what does it mean for you in practice? CyberArk solutions engineering manager Andrew Slavkovic spoke to iTWire to explain.

Published in Security

Many non-tech companies are early in their digital transformation journey. They know they must invest but it can be a daunting endeavour. However, Genesys senior vice president and general manager APAC Assaf Tarnopolsky says it can be a rewarding journey that delivers magical experiences.

Published in CIO Trends

For many of us, the way we work is different to how people approached their career development a few years back, and micro-credentials provide great new ways to upskill, resell, or transform careers.

Published in Guest Interviews

Broadcom's intended acquisition of VMware is by now well known, but what does it mean for VMware’s future? VMware CEO Raghu Raghuram shed some light at VMware Explore in Las Vegas earlier this month.

Published in Deals

Vocus has connected Allianz Stadium Sydney to its superfast carrier-grade fibre Internet. However, under an innovative billing model, the stadium subscribes to a 1Gbps link but can burst up to 5Gbps when needed, with no charge for 5% of the time.

Published in Networking

Internet provider Aussie Broadband has been ordered to pay $213,120 after the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) found the company failed to provide customer information to the integrated public number database more than 30,000 times between November 2021 and May 2022.

Aussie Broadband sees Internet access as a fundamental utility - like water and electricity, and gas, the Internet is an essential service that gives people the best education, entertainment, information, and access to Government and services.

Published in Networking
Friday, 02 September 2022 08:46

The last-minute Father's Day gadget gift guide

Left shopping for Dad until the last minute? Well, fathers can be notoriously hard to figure out what to get, but iTWire has your back. Here’s a selection of great gadgets sure to be a hit.

Published in Home Tech

Have trouble knowing what to buy Dad for Father's Day? Or if you’re the Dad, need some inspiration for the inevitable “what would you like?” Questions? Here are some great picks from iTWire.

Published in Home Tech

Telstra has announced its new group executive for consumer and small business will be Brad Whitcomb, making the jump from chief customer office for NBN Co. He replaces Michael Ackland who has transitioned to chief financial officer.

Published in People Moves

Move over CPU, make way GPU; there’s a third new type of silicon coming to a server near you - the DPU or data processing unit.

Published in Data Centres
Tuesday, 30 August 2022 10:30

The Father's Day gift guide for the gaming Dad

What should you get for the gaming Dad in your life this year? Or, perhaps you're the Dad and need to drop some hints for family asking for ideas. Here are some great ones to keep your gaming session top-notch.

Published in Entertainment




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