Biometrics - the ultimate security?
Technology that uses characters' behaviours and genetics to identify and control them is usually a plot point in popular culture, used by authorities in dystopian settings of the near future.
Case study: Regal IT
Located at the Technology Park in Eveleigh just outside Sydney's CBD, Regal IT is amassing lucrative long-term contracts from state government, universities, other tertiary institutions and from the corporate world.
Cloud computing - the perfect storm?
A reality check on the new and the hyped. Nate Cochrane peers behind the claims and provides down-to-earth advice on how to make these technologies work in your business.
DIY data centres
Putting together a computer room on a budget has never been easier.
InTechnology celebrates 10th anniversary
After accidentally venturing into IT marketing for a gaming company, Mark Winter founder of inTechnology never expected to end up owning his own software distribution company.
Is BlackBerry ripe for the channel?
Last fiscal year Research in Motion sold 26 million BlackBerry smartphones, making it the second biggest selling smartphone in the world. Brett Winterford reports.
When Ingram Micro invited a 36-strong group of resellers and vendors from the Australian channel to walk along the infamous Kokoda Trail, few knew what they were in for. Interviews by Sholto Macpherson and Negar Salek
Unixpac celebrates 20th anniversary
By profession a mechanical mining engineer, Tom Piotrowski, founder of Sydney-based security distributor UnixPac, left his post at mining giant BHP in the early 1980s for a career in IT.