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Oracle repairs Java software bug
Days after PC users became vulnerable to hacker attacks, Oracle fixes Java software breach.
Oracle preparing Java statement in wake of accusations
Security firm expected to comment on the Java software security scare as researchers claim they knew about vulnerabilities since April.
Java PC software open to indefensible attacks
Computer security firms are urging PC users to disable Java software in their browsers due to the risk of defenceless hacker attacks.
IBM buys Kenexa for US$1.3bn
IBM bolsters client data usage with acquisition of HR software provider, after Oracle and SAP bought out rival companies in the past year.
Big data in little New Zealand
Big data is emerging as big business, spawning something of an acquisition frenzy among information management companies.
Oracle’s Greg Taylor joins Software AG
Business solutions provider appoints new ANZ vice-president to help double their global objectives by 2015.
DHB chooses Microsoft BI platform
Organisation transforms data analysis capabilities in upgrade to Microsoft solution.
Oracle helps banks service Gen Y
Oracle Introduces Oracle FLEXCUBE 12.0 to Help Banks Meet the Needs of Gen Y Customers
Customisation: Software’s dirty word
Verde Group’s Vlad Kozak says businesses shouldn’t fear trying to get what they need.
Westcon ramps up Cisco support
Distributor says the time is right for resellers to start taking advantage of networking brand’s UCS portfolio.
AT&T invests in solutions for the cloud
Innovation 'foundries' creating specialty products to enhance networking giant's cloud offering.
Apple, Samsung sit-down underway
Tim Cook and Choi Gee-Sung are involved in a court-ordered patent pow-wow.
Layer 7 kicks off APAC expansion
Regional sales director appointed to lead sales in ANZ and begin building local team.
Oracle revenue up despite cloud challengers
7% increase in new software license revenue suggests the tech giant is keeping up in the SaaS space.
Extreme Networks expands ANZ director's role
Regional boss takes over all of Southern APAC. Owens will now be handling South-East Asia and India on top of his responsibilities in A/NZ.
Video’s killing the telephony star… but how’s your network health!
By Sanjay Castelino, vice-president product management and marketing, SolarWinds
New era for enterprise flash technology
EMC reveals details of hardware and software solution that leverages PCIe Flash technology and makes leap from storage to server.
Trends affecting storage
Organisations today are continually challenged with managing and storing the explosive growth in both structured and unstructured data.
HP to rule on webOS today - Updated
New CEO tells employees a decision will be made in the next few weeks.
Making it virtual
With server virtualisation reaching maximum penetration in mature markets like New Zealand, now is the time for resellers to look to other virtualisat
Apple and Microsoft crushing innovation: Google - Updated
Microsoft bosses strike back after search giant exec blasts competitors' Android attacks.
Cisco third in blade market
Cisco has taken third spot in the blade market two years after entering the market, according to figures from IDC.
Hardware Independent Restore for Virtual environments launched
Virtual Edition of StorageCraft's flagship backup software launching tomorrow.
Oracle drops Open Office
Commercial version of Open Office to be canned with OpenOffice.org handed over to the community.