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Huawei puts cap on Iran business

Huawei puts cap on Iran business

No more new customers.
Liam Tung Dec 12 2011, 8:45AM Strategy
Unwanted attention, unwanted trouble

Unwanted attention, unwanted trouble

Companies need to understand sexual harassment and how to look after their employees and the company itself
Leon Gettler Jun 29 2011, 7:42PM Strategy
IBM machine vs human brain: fight!

IBM machine vs human brain: fight!

"Watson" analyses natural language questions and searches for answers
Stewart Mitchell Dec 16 2010, 8:47AM Training & Development
Human networks to form backbone of mobile broadband

Human networks to form backbone of mobile broadband

Scientists plan body-to-body networks to take the strain from mobile carriers
Stewart Mitchell Oct 29 2010, 8:38AM Training & Development
Feds to reduce authentication services

Feds to reduce authentication services

In search of a single sign-on for all Government services.
Brett Winterford Dec 21 2009, 1:43PM Security
Human brains not wired for modern IT security

Human brains not wired for modern IT security

The neocortex is 'still in beta', says security expert.
Iain Thomson Aug 3 2009, 9:13AM Strategy
Human agents revealed in Telstra voice-to-text service

Human agents revealed in Telstra voice-to-text service

BBC investigation puts SpinVox in the spotlight.
Brett Winterford Jul 25 2009, 9:19AM Collaboration
Flexible computer displays expected within a year

Flexible computer displays expected within a year

Researchers are developing flexible computer displays that will change shape, respond to touch and physics, and fold to fit users’ pockets.
Liz Tay Jun 5 2008, 11:11PM Hardware
Human error and complacency biggest IT security threats

Human error and complacency biggest IT security threats

Human error and complacency remain the biggest threats to an organisation's IT security.
Lilia Guan May 6 2008, 2:17PM Security
Security with a human touch

Security with a human touch

Is selling biometrics worth the effort?
Denise Murray Jul 10 2006, 4:03PM Security
Mobile reseller wins human resources prize

Mobile reseller wins human resources prize

A mobile phone reseller has won a blue ribbon for its human resources management at a national Australian awards ceremony.
Staff Writers Oct 21 2004, 12:00AM Mobility
Intangible, human aspects big winner in mobile businesses

Intangible, human aspects big winner in mobile businesses

Businesses expect intangible aspects - such as human resources - to improve most as a result of deploying mobile & wireless technologies, new research by Griffith University business school has revealed.
Fleur Doidge Jul 13 2004, 12:00AM Mobility
Ross Human Directions buys Spherion Group

Ross Human Directions buys Spherion Group

ASX listed recruitment firm Ross Human Directions Limited has acquired competitor Spherion Group in Asia-Pacific, in a $31 million deal.
Staff Writers Jun 28 2004, 12:00AM Training & Development

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