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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.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

CAREERS

IBM's SoftLayer chief departs amid cloud transition

The head of IBM's SoftLayer cloud services business has left the company, hard on the heels of IBM naming another executive to lead a new cloud division.

IT GOVERNANCE

Congo restores Internet to banks, gov't agencies but public block remains

Internet service has been restored to government agencies and banks in the Democratic Republic of Congo, but otherwise a government shutdown of email, social media and mobile phone services, ordered on Jan. 19, remains in effect.

LEADERSHIP AND MGMT

DevOps gains support from APJ enterprises: CA Technologies

82 percent of the firms in the region claim to have embraced or are planning to adopt a DevOps strategy.

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RESOURCE CENTRE

APPLICATIONS

Some things aren’t meant to go viral

How enterprise technology and big data can play a big role in combating and tracking viral outbreaks.

CLOUD COMPUTING

Data#3's top industry trends for 2015

As he settles into his new role as CEO of ASX-listed Data#3, Laurence Baynham has revealed what he thinks are the top trends to keep an eye on this year.

DATA CENTER

NTT connects JPX and SGX

Launches low latency service for international leased lines.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

Ricoh wants to help Malaysian businesses save up to 1M tonnes of steel

Malaysia's corporate, healthcare, education and F&B sectors will especially benefit from these three new green MFP solutions, says Ricoh's Peter Wee.

INDUSTRIES

FCC redefines advanced broadband as 25 Mbps, Republicans blow a gasket

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has redefined advanced broadband as having 25Mbps download speeds, up from 4Mbps, giving the agency new authority to pass rules to encourage deployment across the country.

INTERNET

Alibaba calls Chinese regulatory report unfair, as customer numbers grow

Alibaba Group bristled at a Chinese government report critical of its e-commerce business, calling it an "unfair" attack, and defended ongoing efforts to stamp out counterfeit goods from its retail sites.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Samsung smartphone business sees profit slide, some hopes in DRAM

Samsung Electronics' operating profit in its mobile business slid 64 percent in the fourth quarter of 2014, the result largely of competition in the Chinese market where it struggles against rising brands like Xiaomi.

NETWORKING

FCC redefines advanced broadband as 25 Mbps, Republicans blow a gasket

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has redefined advanced broadband as having 25Mbps download speeds, up from 4Mbps, giving the agency new authority to pass rules to encourage deployment across the country.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

Microsoft previews OneDrive for Business for the Mac

The app requires an Office 365 business-grade subscription, and can replace in most instances the browser UI (user interface) that was previously the only available to OS X users.

SECURITY

Still not worried about Windows Server 2003? Think again

Anthony Stevens, CIO of KPMG Australia debates why CIOs are delaying the migration from Windows Server 2003

STORAGE

AstraZeneca to roll out Box to its entire workforce

Box made its successful initial public offering last week.

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BLOGS

Intelligent Infrastructures

Financial Services CIOs need to play it smart and recognise that selectively relying on cloud services enables them to build agile infrastructures

Fresh blood

CIOs should look to start-ups for new ideas

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