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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.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

CAREERS

Fire Phone's flop may jeopardize Amazon's future hardware endeavors

Amazon's laying off engineers and stopping new products in their tracks after the Fire Phone's epic failure.

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

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.

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RESOURCE CENTRE

APPLICATIONS

Best practices in caching in ASP.Net

Caching enables the web page to be rendered faster, and proper use of caching minimizes or reduces database hits or consumption of server's resources.

CLOUD COMPUTING

Bulletproof gains financial momentum

Key customer wins with Rabobank, Hyundai, Qantas, Amaysim and Inchcape have contributed towards Bulletproof’s growth during FY15.

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

Are wearables dead? This report says consumer interest is declining fast

A new report shows a steady drop in consumer interest in wearables. But will the smartwatch save the market?

INTERNET

Chrome muzzles auto-play audio

Background tabs don't auto-play until they're brought to the fore; feature will reach Stable build by October or November.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Galaxy Note 5 review: A big phone finally grows up

The latest Note brings some much-needed sophistication into Samsung's plus-sized phone family -- but at what cost?

NETWORKING

Some routers vulnerable to remote hacking due to hard-coded admin credentials

Attackers could use the credentials to log in over telnet.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

Google Chrome's notifications won't support Windows 10's Action Center

Google has valid reasons for Chrome to not support Action Center, but it's still the latest blow in a longstanding feud with Microsoft.

SECURITY

Tech nightmares that keep Turing Award winners up at night

You might want to start printing all your photos.

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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