Flash stories - Page 2
Will your business survive the upcoming IT apocalypse...?
"When you get a series of disruptions occurring at the same time, it means the processes and practices of organisations completely break down."
EMC looking more flashy by the day
Flash continues to dominate the hardware announcements of storage vendors, with EMC today announcing a range of products under its Xtrem family.
RIP high-speed disk
It’s a brave man who strolls up and announces the death of something which has remained fundamental to computing since the 1950s, but that didn’t scare NetApp’s Matt Swinbourne.
Xero upgrade adds discounts, HTML graphs
Online accounting software company Xero has rolled out a new release addressing a bundle of user requests such as discounts and invoice line re-ordering.
Scammers target children with online games
Parents warned about eye-catching Flash games that could be rigged with malware.
Flash games to go 3D
Flash Player 11 & AIR 3 offer rendering 1000 times faster than their predecessors: Adobe.
The security risk IT departments love to ignore
What ubiquitous tool has caused half of organisations to lose sensitive or confidential information?
Motorola Defy out now - exclusive to Telecom
No plans for a Telecom-branded smartphone at this time, says Telecom Chief Marketing Officer, Kieren Cooney.
The Four Fastest USB 3.0 Flash Drives, Now Shipping from SuperTalent
Sequential read and write speeds only show how a drive will perform when copying large files.
Adobe acquires Day Software
Enterprise software solutions to be strengthened following buyout, says Adobe.
Apple aims another blow at Adobe
As part of its growing war against Flash, Apple has banned developers from using Adobe's recently released export option that makes Flash content iPhone friendly.
<span style="font-weight: bold;">Terry Bartlett is a blind entrepreneur based in Dunedin who runs his own business, Corner Enterprises (www.