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What is 5G? Countries unite to avoid confusion

What is 5G? Countries unite to avoid confusion

Race on to develop future of mobile broadband.
Nicole Kobie Jun 17 2014, 7:36AM Collaboration
Assange: Facebook is spying tool for US intelligence

Assange: Facebook is spying tool for US intelligence

WikiLeaks founder courting controversy with back-door allegations
Stewart Mitchell May 4 2011, 9:46AM Security
Gates: Killing web access is easy

Gates: Killing web access is easy

Talking about Egypt's internet blackout, Bill Gates says it's easy to cut off a country's connections.
Tom Brewster Feb 3 2011, 9:45AM Software
Microsoft warns IE flaw is being exploited

Microsoft warns IE flaw is being exploited

A flaw affecting all versions of IE is being exploited in the wild, Microsoft warns.
Tom Brewster Jan 13 2011, 9:31AM Security
Wozniak: Android is 'for everyone'

Wozniak: Android is 'for everyone'

Apple co-founder is backing Android to take-over the smartphone market.
Jennifer Scott Nov 19 2010, 8:48AM Software
The price for these security products is right

The price for these security products is right

The increasing necessity for robust but affordable protective technologies.
Stefanie Hoffman Nov 17 2010, 12:52PM Security
Unified Communications is a 'moving target'

Unified Communications is a 'moving target'

UC still hasn't achieved widespread adoption.
Jennifer Scott Oct 1 2010, 8:33AM Collaboration
Cloud outsourcing is on the rise

Cloud outsourcing is on the rise

Applications for internal use are giving way to customer services.
Eric Doyle Sep 23 2010, 2:38PM Software
Intel is confident of its Sandy Bridge integrated GPU

Intel is confident of its Sandy Bridge integrated GPU

Computex: Intel's integrated graphics chip will hold its own, says Mooly Eden.
Staff Writers , Staff Writers Jun 4 2010, 9:00AM Hardware
Snow Leopard vs Windows 7: Which is more secure?

Snow Leopard vs Windows 7: Which is more secure?

Apple fanboys take heed: you are still vulnerable.
Steven Willoughby Nov 1 2009, 11:01AM Software
Is the US the world’s best market for IT firms?

Is the US the world’s best market for IT firms?

Research says better infrastructure, research capability and skills.
Angelica Mari Sep 21 2009, 6:46AM Strategy
The Smart Grid - is it just for bright sparks?

The Smart Grid - is it just for bright sparks?

Electricity. It's everywhere around us, powers the machines that run our society and yet we seldom think more about it than the effort it takes to flick a switch.
Nate Cochrane Aug 10 2009, 12:00PM Collaboration
10 reasons why ISO 27001 makes a better IS security professional

10 reasons why ISO 27001 makes a better IS security professional

Security is one IT sector least affected by the recession.
Staff Writers Aug 7 2009, 10:00AM Security
Distribution is undervalued, claims GTDC

Distribution is undervalued, claims GTDC

Global Technology Distribution Council meets in London to mull over theeffects of the economic downturn
sara yirrell Jun 11 2009, 8:23AM Distribution
NComputing says the real 'hard-core' business for resellers is with desktop virtualisation

NComputing says the real 'hard-core' business for resellers is with desktop virtualisation

As the company launches its X350, John Robinson VP/ country manager, A/NZ South Pacific, says resellers can make good profit margin on a multi-user desktop total solution.
Jenny Eagle Apr 30 2009, 2:46PM Data centre
Sybase partners admit competition is fierce as projects dry up

Sybase partners admit competition is fierce as projects dry up

Bob Adhar president and CEO of Randtronics a niche distributor/reseller was talking about the knock-on effect the economic climate has had for resellers at the Sybase Summit in Sydney.
Jenny Eagle Apr 30 2009, 1:34PM Security
Financing resellers is the new frontier

Financing resellers is the new frontier

In his 10th year at Westcon Group, John O’Malley sits down with CRN to discuss the distributor’s financial history and points out differences between the dotcom bust and this downturn
Negar Salek Apr 7 2009, 3:01PM Finance
Guest Column: Nothing is lost when identities are known

Guest Column: Nothing is lost when identities are known

Companies need to hold onto company data when they let go of their staff to avoid disgruntled employees stealing it
Ayden Nash, Earthwave Mar 25 2009, 3:52PM Security
Westcon Group is in the black, plus some

Westcon Group is in the black, plus some

CRN speaks exclusively to Westcon Group’s chief operating officer, Dean Douglas, about his role after six months, and the distributor’s offer of liquidity to resellers who need it.
Negar Salek Jan 19 2009, 11:48AM Collaboration
Watch out, Gen Z is approaching

Watch out, Gen Z is approaching

If you thought Gen Y was hard to understand, here comes
tech-savvy Gen Z — the next breed of employees and consumers.
Staff Writers Jan 19 2009, 11:25AM Finance

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