ad:tech Australia 2014, an annual two day conference and exhibition for the advertising community, is returning to the Sydney Hilton on March 18-19 with the claim that it will be Australia’s first industry event whose program has been “100 percent crowd-sourced by the industry for the industry,” and the promise of some extra-curricula ‘networking’ opportunities!
For the third year running PelicanCorp is crossing the Pacific to join hundreds of participants at the Common Ground Alliance’s 811 Excavation Safety Conference and Expo, being held at Phoenix Convention Center, Arizona from March 11-13.
Rajiv Gupta, co-founder and CEO of cloud security software company, Skyhigh Networks, in a blog post in Cloud Computing Journal has set out a number of predictions for cloud computing in 2014, and they are all positive.
Your intrepid reporter’s quarter-century career at IBM included working a lot with IBM mainframe systems, so he remains a keen follower of the mainframe’s ongoing popularity or otherwise, half a century after IBM’s 1964 release of the groundbreaking System/360 mainframe architecture.
Charles Sturt University’s IT Masters will launch a new free short course in March on a topic that is fast becoming the key to a successful career in IT: Professional Communications.
Telecommunications companies the world over are seeing their traditional revenue derived from legacy services like fixed voice declining rapidly. To counter this they are moving into the provision of IT services to businesses large and small.
Netflix has taken connectivity issues by the scruff of the fibre in a deal with the US’s largest cable provider, Comcast, which is aimed to ensure that its content is streamed faster and more seamlessly. The multi-year interconnection deal, shifts the streaming picture into what could become a bigger trend.
We’ve written plenty about the dangers of digging into buried infrastructure but digging can be hazardous even when there is no buried infrastructure: holes in the ground have an unfortunate tendency to collapse, often onto the people who have been digging them, unless proper precautions are taken.
Reportstack's latest report says that the Asia-Pacific (APAC) solar photovoltaic (PV) module market value is forecast to show modest growth by the end of next year, jumping from $6.7 billion in 2012 to $8.6 billion by 2015, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 7.9%.
So you need a new sales person.You have 15 CVs in front of you and your short list is uncertain. Now what?
- CSU bucks the downward trend in postgrad IT enrolments
- IDC maps five steps to cloud maturity
- LinesearchbeforeUdig streamlines UK’s pre-excavation enquiry processing
- What the NBN means for SMBs - if we get it!
- Customer loyalty needs more than just good service
- Binging is the new black
- Clouds obscure software licensing
- Brandis puts piracy back on the plank
- Keeping Aussie excavators safe - state by state
- Australia urged to take US advice on cybersecurity
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