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Disrupt or be disrupted in the digital economy

In PWC's Annual Globe CEO Survey, 86% of the executives interviewed say that a clear vision of how digital technologies can create competitive advantage is key to the success of their investments.

Anatomy of an IoT hack

A lecture by an Internet security company runs through the chilling, hypothetical shut-down of the electrical grid via a domestic, Wi-Fi-connected oven.

The disaster-recovery lessons we learned after Katrina

The destruction of the hurricane itself, and the subsequent flooding that put most of New Orleans underwater knocked many businesses out of commission—and more than a few completely out of existence. Thankfully, we have learned a lot of hard lessons in the wake of Hurricane Katrina that businesses can use to be better-prepared for the next major disaster.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

LEGAL

Samsung, Apple patent dispute heads for retrial on damages

Judge Lucy H. Koh in California has proposed a jury retrial in March or April next year.

OUTSOURCING

8 tips for managing outsourced projects

Project management and outsourcing experts share their advice on how to effectively manage far-flung or internationally outsourced projects.

PROJECT MGMT

How PMOs can balance time, cost and quality

‘Triple constraint’ is a term often heard in project management. But how does it translate into achieved or missed project and organizational objectives? Here are six questions project managers need to ask themselves.

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RESOURCE CENTRE

APPLICATIONS

AngularJS creators chart developer-friendly upgrade path

AngularJS 2 will be a rewrite, but predictable upgrades are planned so that developers can choose which components to migrate.

CLOUD COMPUTING

ANZ inks AU$450 million agreement with IBM

The deal involves a co-investment of an Innovation Lab to increase productivity, and provide new products and services.

DATA CENTER

Gigamon collaborates with RSA

Partnership to bring visibility to Software-Defined Data Centres.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

Hey, Saturn, take a selfie! World's biggest digital camera will photograph the universe

The 3.2-gigapixel digital camera will weigh around 3 tons and be the size of a small car.

INDUSTRIES

Witness: The Mad Max game runs well on PCs

The PC version of Mad Max is all shiny and chrome, optimized to Gastown and back.

INTERNET

Instagram updates private photo messaging to be more like Snapchat

Instagram Direct, the app's private messaging feature, now lets users reply back and forth using photos.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Google fights wearable war on Apple's turf

A wide variety of smartwatches are about to work with Apple iPhones.

NETWORKING

Verizon to introduce SDN security feature later this month

The technology will allow for more reliable and secure connections from third-party networks.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

Windows 10 usage off to a fast start, Edge not so much

Microsoft’s new operating system has a stronger launch than Windows 7, but Edge usage is trending in the wrong direction.

SECURITY

Verizon to introduce SDN security feature later this month

The technology will allow for more reliable and secure connections from third-party networks.

STORAGE

Cloud backup: Don't rely on your provider alone

Cloud providers take care of your data, even in disaster. But you shouldn't leave the job solely to them.

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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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