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Think you're agile? You're probably wrong

A new study by Oracle and Opinium Research finds that businesses around the world overestimate their ability to flexibly manage workloads or rapidly develop, test and launch new applications.

How secure is the hybrid cloud?

The term hybrid cloud is used loosely, which is probably why so many companies say they're planning to adopt it. If you’re planning a hybrid cloud strategy, the security questions you need to think about may not be the ones you’d expect.

Chinese spies target US intellectual property

The U.S. economy is losing hundreds of billions of dollars each year to economic espionage, mainly from China, experts say. Some of the problem is political, but plenty of it is due to a ‘stupefying’ lack of security.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

CAREERS

Australian government on the hunt for tech talent

Digital Transformation Office seeks 20 designers, developers, researchers, and product managers.

IT GOVERNANCE

How emerging technology is changing K-12 classrooms

While students in K-12 classrooms are building robots in their makerspaces, IT professionals are building the infrastructure needed to keep up with the latest technologies in the 21st century classroom.

LEADERSHIP AND MGMT

How to create a physical space for innovation

A look at how companies find unique ways to embrace innovation and invest in new ways of thinking.

LEGAL

Spam King pleads guilty to Facebook hack, email scheme

A notorious spammer is facing up to three years in prison after pleading guilty to charges related to sending millions of unwanted email messages after breaching Facebook's computer network.

OUTSOURCING

The legal ramifications of a cyber attack

Guy Betar examines some of the causes for concern with the growing number and size of data breaches.

PROJECT MGMT

How Georgia successfully overhauled IT

COO of Georgia Technology Authority discusses the sweeping enterprise-driven privatization push that's improved security, cut costs and upended the state's IT culture.

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RESOURCE CENTRE

APPLICATIONS

What you need to know about your location history timeline

Here's what you can do with Google's saved location information, why it's worth holding onto, or how to get rid of it for good.

CLOUD COMPUTING

What you need to know before considering OpenStack

In its fifth year, OpenStack is swiftly gaining momentum in the enterprise world. One distributor, Rackspace, claims to have seen a 40 percent rise in larger firms deploying the technology, and industry heavyweights including Google, Cisco and Microsoft have are advocates of the open-source framework.

DATA CENTER

SimpliVity lays out market plans and new OmniStack 3.0

Hyperconverged infrastructure vendor, SimpliVity has released its latest OmniStack 3.0 data virtualisation platform as it earmarks its growth strategy in A/NZ.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

MIT builds a 3D printer that can use 10 materials at once

Researchers were able to build the printer with off-the-shelf commodity parts for $7K.

INDUSTRIES

Samsung Pay beta is now open for testers

The beta isn't available yet if you're on Verizon, however, and there's a fairly limited selection of supported banks.

INTERNET

Stop ad injections with HTTPS connections or a VPN

You already knew that secure web connections prevent snooping by criminals and others on points between you and a server. But they also keep networks from injecting advertising.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Instagram steps out of the box, allows posts in landscape and portrait orientation

Goodbye, awkwardly cropped square photos!

NETWORKING

MyRepublic to roll out mobile network trial on October 22

Trial participants can expect outdoor mobile coverage across a number of blocks with further coverage at the Jurong East bus interchange and MRT station, which is slated to be available by November 2015.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

Microsoft to deliver Windows 10's business update service in stages

Signals that Windows Update for Business won't be complete until 2016.

SECURITY

BitTorrent patches flaw that could amplify distributed denial-of-service attacks

Attackers could use the vulnerability to force BitTorrent applications to send malicious traffic

STORAGE

IBM extends Spectrum storage line into the cloud

IBM augments its software-defined Spectrum line of storage offerings with integrated cloud capabilities.

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BLOGS

A trusted partner

The primary focus for SAS is to build strong and long-lasting relationships with its customers; and its key strategy is proactive and consistent engagement across all customer touch points.

What ICT professionals want

When asking ICT professionals what they’re looking for in their next role, the answer may just surprise.

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