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2.4 billion net connected people: report

2.4 billion net connected people: report

Mary Meeker predicts impact of wearable computing, machine comms.
Juha Saarinen May 31 2013, 11:03AM Cloud
In pictures: the smartphone of the future

In pictures: the smartphone of the future

Flexible displays, long life batteries and more.
Staff Writers Apr 22 2013, 12:39PM Photos
Advisers required for electronic health record system

Advisers required for electronic health record system

Government seeks advice on benefits, trends.
John Hilvert Dec 20 2010, 10:29AM Services
Printing industry confidence plunges: PIAA

Printing industry confidence plunges: PIAA

Printing industry confidence has plunged to its lowest level since 1990, according to the 2008 quarter Printing Industry Trends Survey report.
a Staff Writer Feb 12 2009, 3:25PM Finance
What prominent trends can we expect in the Australian IT channel for 2008?

What prominent trends can we expect in the Australian IT channel for 2008?

Virtualisation, Unified Communications, green IT? What will next year hold?
Staff Writers Dec 13 2007, 11:55AM Strategy
CRN head to head: “What will be the biggest trends in networking for 2008?"

CRN head to head: “What will be the biggest trends in networking for 2008?"

Vendor: Cisco; Distributor: LAN Systems, Reseller: Axxis Technology; Analyst: IBRS
Staff Writers Nov 28 2007, 10:23AM Collaboration
Fortinet reviews the year's security trends

Fortinet reviews the year's security trends

The monetisation of malware has been the standout security trend of 2006, according to security vendor Fortinet.
Staff Writers Dec 15 2006, 1:36PM Security
Symposium to talk up buying trends

Symposium to talk up buying trends

Gartner's annual travelling talkfest, Symposium, will put customer relationships with vendors and other IT providers under the spotlight next month, an analyst has said.
Fleur Doidge Oct 19 2005, 12:36PM Training & Development
Future trends for mobile phones

Future trends for mobile phones

Analyst group AMR Interactive has predicted that future mobile phone technologies will focus on fixed-to-mobile substitutions, simple data content, RFID integration and an increasing role of phone cameras.
David Kidd Mar 23 2004, 12:00AM Mobility

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