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Consumer devices and applications are more technologically advanced than their corporate device counterparts. Is this then the death knell for the high-end server?
In the digital age the concept of national infrastructure has significantly changed. Where once this would refer to transport networks, railways, and telephone lines, recent natural disasters have highlighted our dependence on mobile networks and the Internet as critical infrastructure. Earlier this year, when the earthquakes hit Christchurch here in New Zealand, and the floods [...]
As younger staff enter the workforce, it is inevitable that employees will demand access to Web 2.0 apps. How can IT manage potential security risks?
New Zealand blog site Voxy.co.nz drilled down on the implications for the IT and finance departments of employees bringing their own technology devices to work in David Silversmith’s post BYOC – Bring Your Own Computer. The article quotes Sam Gross and results of the recent Unisys online poll which asked the question, “What percentage of [...]