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Expert predictions for software developments in 2017
What do we have in store for the software community in 2017? Burke Holland shared with us his expert predictions.
Benefits of upgrading your servers & OS – and the dangers of staying put
It has become vital to be agile and on the pulse of change – not least of which lies the importance of refreshing servers and operating systems.
Australian computer software spend reaches record high in Q316
Australian computer software spend has accounted for a record $3.75 billion in the third quarter. That amount is expected to grow rapidly next year.
CA Technologies' new India channel chief keen to drive business success
CA Technologies has appointed industry veteran Saivijay Khanagav as the new senior director of its Partners and Alliances Business for India & SAARC.
'Built to Last' businesses a thing of the past, time for change is now
“Our industry is about to hit the next big wave. The face of digital transformation and new business models are being unleashed.”
Agility CIS establishes new Brisbane base to extend MSP services throughout Australasia
Agility CIS, an Australasian-based Managed Services Provider, will now offer expanded back office processes to businesses in the utilities market.
Adobe Creative Cloud applications receive major updates
We summarise the changes made yesterday to Adobe's collection of design tools.
The secrets to Agile success: "Modern Agile is being Agile"
Agile practitioners are finding success by concentrating on a number of focal points - but what are they and how do you do that?
Worried your phone is about to blow? Samsung launches software fix for Note 7
After a huge launch, the Note 7 was labelled by many (myself included) as Samsung's best phone yet - now they've launched a fix for the fiery issue.
MEX listened to their users and enhanced their offerings
Maintenance Experts recently announced the worldwide release of the all new version of their Comprehensive Maintenance Management System.
Naverisk releases 2014 R2 and delivers on promises
Naverisk has announced the immediate availability of Naverisk 2014 R2.
The ‘software driven’ data centre
As virtualisation and ‘software defined’ takes over the data centre, the differences between telco data centres and other data centres has dwindled.
Kiwi company BCS Group sold to Japanese competitor
Daifuku has announced it will be purchasing 80 percent of BCS Group.
How Network Functions Virtualisation will change the world...
Software-Defined Networking has taken the world by storm – if by "world," we mean telcos, service providers, cloud data centres, backhaul carriers and, of course, equipment vendors.
Vendors proved wrong as Business Intelligence market slows
"Confusion still reigns around how to best leverage analytics on big data. Much big data investment happened outside traditional BI in experimental si
Microsoft takes down Oracle to retain software top spot
"There is a shift in vendor rankings from 2013 at the top of the worldwide software market."
Exclusive: Microsoft comes down hard on local channel pirate
Online auction trader OnlineSale Computers has been stung with $15,000 in penalties after admitting to hardloading unlicensed Microsoft software on PCs.
377,000 Kiwi PCs under attack as Windows XP expiry date nears
As of April 8, 2014, Microsoft warns that XP users in New Zealand and around the world will be on their own.
Microsoft warns Kiwis... don't ignore software piracy law
Microsoft is again warning consumers of the dangers of pirated software, after an Auckland online auction trader, OnlineSale Computers, was found to have been selling computers with unlicensed – or pirated – copies of Microsoft software.
Microsoft warns... run unsupported software at your peril
Redmond warns companies of the security risk that consumers and businesses face when using unsupported operating systems and software.
Apple's Cook takes swipe at "confused" Microsoft
"Our competition is confused. They’re turning tablets into PCs and PCs into tablets. Who knows what they’re going to do next?"
Will your business survive the upcoming IT apocalypse...?
What killed the dinosaurs? What killed the Roman Empire?
Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2014 - Part 2
Following on from Gartner's announcement yesterday of the top ten technologies and trends that will be strategic for most organisations in 2014, check out the remaining five predictions below.
Kiwis: Underestimate Windows XP upgrade at your peril
Kiwi businesses must carefully plan and manage their operating systems upgrades to avoid risk...