Five myths (debunked) about security and privacy for Internet of Things
IoT has the potential to enable improvements to so many facets of life, the list is endless. Its primary advancement is enabling the interconnectedness of “things” and resulting insights and synergies. Yet that same connectedness raises concerns for security and privacy that must be addressed.
Oracle shareholders protest against Larry Ellison's 'excessive' pay
Two pension funds send letter of complaint to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The standardised PC served its purpose, but IT changes have rendered the approach obsolete
How to change the desktop paradigm in a large organisation.
Be prepared for the breach that's headed your way
If we learned anything in 2014, it was that no one is immune to a massive data breach. If one hits you this year, are you going to have the visibility that will let you tell the executive team what they need to know?
Data analytics: Are we there yet?
Organisational data analytics is a journey, not a destination.
Huawei's elusive founder tries to dispel spying concerns, and air of mystery
Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei gave a rare interview.
EBay, cutting 7% of workforce, looks to spin-off Enterprise unit
EBay will cut roughly 7 percent of its total workforce, or 2,400 workers, and is considering a sale or IPO of its Enterprise unit, it said Wednesday.
Ellison sings a new tune: Oracle hardware is cheapest
Larry Ellison has opened a new front in his battle with Cisco Systems and EMC, launching new Oracle hardware on Wednesday that he claims will be the cheapest on the market.
SingTel makes a new brand promise
Asia’s leading telco undertakes logo refresh, promises to “make everyday better” for customers
Vodafone confirm retirement of CTO Steve Pusey
Global mobile operator from the UK appoints business leader from Ericsson.