Enter the ultrabook
March 19th, 2012

As usual, Apple looms large over CES despite having no official presence here, with the hottest new form factor being the Ultrabook, a term trademarked by Intel to describe the new thin, light and inexpensive yet fully specced laptop.

Bridging the Digital Divide
July 26th, 2001

The dotcom revolution will go down in history as having lost as many fortunes as it’s made. However, the infrastructure that remains in place for further IT&T development confirms that the public, government and business sector still have enormous faith in its potential as well as associated software and usage technologies.


In the Picture
August 1st, 2007

In fact, digital changed little at the mechanics-heavy front end of the procedure. Lenses and field regulation machinery still has to direct the light into the unit somewhere. It’s beyond the capture that’s changed.

Mobile craze soars
August 5th, 2010

The other revolution to drive uptake of smartphones has been the explosion of software developers and device vendors hoping to sell you apps. Tens of millions of them, in fact — everything from ebook stores to random profanity generators.


Are companies ready for Android?
January 29th, 2012

Android gets a bad rap but the OS itself isn’t that bad from a security perspective. The problem is the lack of timely updates from manufacturers who create their own modified versions.

Where is your cloud?
March 18th, 2013

Obviously selecting local versus overseas cloud providers is a movable feast, with certain industries and organisations working to strict cloud location policies and data sovereignty and others merely selecting the best deal regardless of location.






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