Thursday, 14 November 2019 12:26

Qlik moves into Canberra

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Data analytics specialist Qlik says it is enhancing its operations in Australia with a move to new offices in the national capital Canberra.

The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre has invited tenders for a new system to replace its existing Magnus and Galaxy supercomputers. Worth $70 million, the new machines will be funded by an Australian Government grant.

Thursday, 14 November 2019 10:04

In conversation with: Tim Tully

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Where is Splunk's technology heading, where do they get their inspiration?

Thursday, 14 November 2019 04:51

Apple introduces 16 inch MacBook Pro

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Global hardware and software maker - and one of the world’s most valuable companies - Apple, today announced its brand new 16” MacBook Pro notebook.

Thursday, 14 November 2019 01:01

Hybrid cloud rules, OK?

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Hybrid cloud remains the model of choice for a large majority of the IT decision makers surveyed by Vanson Bourne for enterprise cloud vendor Nutanix, but there's a swing back to on-premises systems.

Wednesday, 13 November 2019 13:00

Equinix opens eighth Sydney data centre

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Data centre operator Equinix continues its Australian expansion with the opening of its eighth International Business Exchange (IBX) data centre in Sydney - named SY5 - with an initial investment of approximately $224 million.

Cryptocurrency exchange Independent Reserve claims that as many Australians (17%) as own more than one investment property also own digital currencies, and predicts that more than half the population under 40 will own cryptocurrencies in five years.

Australian firm Fast Data Recovery, which has been claiming to be able to decrypt files encrypted by the Windows Dharma ransomware, is offering its services from a second site, under the domain ransomware-recovery.com.au.

Dell EMC PowerOne autonomous infrastructure combines various families from the Dell portfolio with an intelligence engine to automate previously manual operations.

Payment security compliance has declined for the second year in a row, with organisations based in the Americas lagging behind worldwide counterparts, including the Asia Pacific region, according to a new report from US telco Verizon which reveals that only 1 in 3 companies globally make the grade on compliance and just 1 in 5 in the Americas.

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